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THE SAINT PAUL DAILY PRESS. 



VOLXJMli; III. 

OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE STATE 

«i- rnvs pajiT lias a Iar;,'.'r Daily, Tri-Wc'kly 
and W't'i kly i-iri-u!:ii:<>n tiian any otiior in ^liiino- 
»ot:i, ami iliiT.'foro pri'scnts iiiituci'niciits to ad- 
vorti^'T:^ w hi -li lii -y will uot tiiul fl->i'Wiirri'. 

ST. PAUL, nn K>il).\Y, .lAMAia ^. 

To Our Subscribers and Friends. 



}S^\.i:SIT J^^TJI., TTIXTRSDA.Y, J^\.I^IJ^YKY 8, 1863. 



NUMBER 6. 



Thr 1V'L»rcaI>oiit< of tlie Necontl !7Iin- 



Thi; «Mi;>rmi>ii-i inciinis«» in tlii> i>rii'.> of in-iiitiiij: 
p.iivr uuil otlirr iiut.'ri.iis ii-oil iii priiit'iii; news- 
p:ipiM, CvJinp.'Is u« ti> iuoroasi' tho j)rii.-L' of llii- 
1'r::-.-». Oar Ufw t>Tiiii ari' ; 

DAILY rUESS. 

To city »»ibjtTil>i'r;*, by tlu' year, payable 

4iu:irt«>rly iuauv;iiici- ^.i ,-,, 

Ti» city .■iab-orib.Ts. payablf wc'tly 

By miil, I :iy:iM-' t".r any tiiiio in aJvuuce, 

■■•■':'■ ■ r.r '■ ;■•■:■ >.'.>." oi' S IH. 

It' Nt-vv> A^'oms .'-^ c'uis ji.T coj'y. 

U'lv'kly t'Xih.in.::.- iiow.-p::!' tji to pay Hie Uit'- 
fi'r.'iio>- ■ . . .•. f, u I'.iili and Wivkly ratos iuiuout'y. 

ii:i n KKKi.v j'2:ess. 

I ';:■,■..'.. y, l.y lu.a: [Mi a',)!o tor any time Jn 

tttltaiKv) at til.-" ra;>' p.T year oi" 

Cttib; of tiv.', to >>ni- aMrj>>, oat-Ii 

I '.-' - c .1. r ■ .•m- aiMn'!«s, oacb , 

w i:i:ki,y tkes^. 

flnt' c. ■;•■.■ ,.;:■■ \far 

l*ivi- ov ni.iri' OKjiit's cat-h. ono yt-ar 

Ti'n iir moro copit** outtt, ou>' yi ar 

r^v iKv or tni>ro cupit's «>aoh, oji > y,'.;r . 
f . • \:; - :ti*iTiptlon* luya';.' iu -.i-'n .iin''. 

\Vi! li.iw tlii' iiiorniii;r soijif aililit:i>r.;il 
ni'ws Irom tJa- Mnnri'c.-horo battle tii-lil. 
ih:r l(ws i:! killeil ami ".roi;iiile>l u* I'Stiin.''- 
:. '; ..t 7.1 '. :o v.hich may la- ailtlcil a 
t.'w ilK'U>.iUtl taken prj>oaors, uuiking u 
rc'l.utio!! ui' the ftll-vtive luici' of tla- 
a;':ny ol' iioi liv> tliati ttii or twelve thuii- 
>.'.iul men. Si;> !i is iLl' iifioe wli'ih wo 
\>.\y fv>r til" ire.-ervatiuii of our (lovern- 



'I !ie two I:jusisa.s.-<i'iiiljle»l in iviiut eon- I . 

, , , , ,. ' For tbi* St. rauirn'M. 

vt'iitioii vest'TiIav :it l:f o elock to listen hr.sv.ii: .lan. :'h1 IS'.:;. 

ti> tile (;u\ernu:'.s nies.sa.L,'e, l.iit tin v , Tliere will ofeourse bo anxious speeu- 

lbnii,<I a s:i all imrtion of tlic numerous | latlon whether or not tho Second Minne- 

auilieuee wl o luul gathereil lor thi' .^^amo i sola was eu.iragvd in tlu' lute battle near 

pin-pose. .\a uuusuallv lar^ie uiuaber ol ilurireesboro. Let nu- say what 1 know 

ladies ooeui ied ^eats within tho bar, and ' of its connections. The I5ri<,'ade (tlu- 

they seemed to be, and we are bound to ^ ;!ij) eousi.>t.s of the l»th and oO Ohio, 

presume woe, deeidy interested iu tlu- isfh jvi^ulars. .s7th liuliaiia (a now repi- 

(ioveriuu's exposition of the atlairs ol ' „,eut) and the -Jud .Minnesota. T<i this 

his admhil^trition. ! Ln-.j,. i^ auaehe.l Coder's (rejrular) bat- 

The messa-je, which we print at length j t,.,.y, ably cumniautlcd by IJeut. Smith 

on ourseeon.! pa;;e, is a statesman-like and of St. Taul. ^Vhen you hear ot either ol 

dl;j:u;iied doe uueiit, and present.s a very | the aI)uvo rej'iments or of that iiattery 

clear .and exkaus'ive re\iew of tho trans- ! l,eiii" en-'a-ed, vou luav infer that the 

actions ot th. several departments. His • Meeond was in. .So if the bri;^ade com- 

exiiil.it of tie..' tiuaneial condition of the mander, tleu. Steadman, is named as to 



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State is parti -ularly ^'rafityi:i;j;. especially 
isi view of the largely ineicased pressure 
oi' ta.xation vliicli tiio war has ituposed 
upon Us — the wide destrm-tion ol proper- 
ty iiiiiietcd hv the Indian raid, and the 
immense iliminntion ol the l.d-or re- ' is one. 'I'le brl-.ide commai:ders wore 
source.-, ol the State Irom tho withdrawal Cens. S.-ha'pIV, I'ry :iud Steatlman. On 
of such larjro numbers of its eiti:dens Inun i;,,„. Tkonias haviu' a lii-jher couiiuand, 



the division t-ounuauder, it is mixed. 

The division (the 1st.) used to be (ion. 
Thomas', but he now conunands the Cen- 
ter ol Ito^ecrans army, consisting of live 
tlivisions of %NhIch his old ••l>t di\l ion," 



indusirial put suits to swell the ranks of 
the national tirmies. 



Tin- total rt'tvip .* Into tlu' I'rea.-iirv 
l"..r the vi'ur vii«!in,c, D.'c. l.-t. !>-i''l 
va- ". 

Touil »li-bur^<-i.i 'lit* 

Italanei' in Tn-a 'y, Di.'«\ l>t. :v.i.. 

I'lie totalacuial ■xpen-esnt'llli'Mati' 
duv' ritin.'uc lor l-""),'. is 

Til.' Ai:>liii>r est iiiutes lln'.saiiif i-'u.'« 
»>l'i'XjiiMi.->t'rt inr l.-'::. at 

Ill' «'-'.i:.ia;.'s tl it tlie >'. mill la\ 
will !;i;> yi'ur i.lil a r>'\i'iiin' "if... 

riif :'.sm:iiiT i.(' tin- .^^laii' willi the 
ti.il'.l .-^t-il.'* li>r its i|U(>til «>t' til • 
'I:ii>i w.i:* tax show- !'i.:t i>;' i!.-' 
%v;n>It' tax 

I'ii.Ti' ha- lit'. '11 |-aiit 



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s :j'», i.K>,:;r 

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l.i'a\ iii>r all I! nil. it! balaiuf ol" 

which Will be liipaiilatcd by outstandiii 
el.iiins a'jiainst the CJovcrumeiit. 



nieut at •; .' I'idaiu;^ of the slave driver- ' '^■''^' '^1'^"' 'J^ '^ ^'ac of the tnost iute 



't the ^o•.;'ill. ar.d their sympathizintr 
N ril.rr. adniiii.rs. and •^•(tfnti/cwi friends 
:>.:■' i i^i'It;. .tl [\;rtners. 

1 ': \ - :!ie victory, words and 

liirr;; - ;.i\ ;■' i\;.ri'ss. Kvcn I'owell. ol 
Kt :.:■ k\ . e.':ii|)li:uonts lloseerans, the 
,'f e; Miii'lVee.-,: .iro. and ileclares that 
lie i-s ill I.ivorot siipjirosslnj; the rebellion 
by any nieans, even the «oi:llscation ot 
vebe! proptrfy, arid the euuincipation ol 
th: ir .-la\ . <. 

A -poei.d <!i.-patch to the ri;:.s-. from 
Cairo, via I hicago. dated yesterday, 
states thai Sherman having t.iken tho first 
line ot tiie 1 :: ::iy*s entrenehnionts at 
Vieksbur.;, wa- repulsed lioni there while 
"wailiiijr lor reiatorcements. This report 
i> m eoallivt with former dispatciies to the 
-Ass.)i_i.ite 1 I'rr--, atid we hi>pe it will 
prove to he incorrect. The dispatch also 
st.u. > iu..t i.ot'.ia^' had been heard from 
l!an.> or F.irra;,'ut ; and that our loss 
w.is a!;o'.it ."..nil!). 

Hy t!iL' .-ti .i:i;. r New York from Soutli- 
aaiptoTi. wo havi later news from Europe, 
but there is little of si>eeial signiiicance 
ur iuiportau' e. 

:ni:\.\ff:.M>TA LKCiiMi. %ti re. 

Xeither House transacted any Iiusiness 
yesterday. At 1-' o'clock they met iu 
joint convention Avhen the (lovernor 
delivered his annual message. Alter its 
readiu;; both Houses adjourned. 

Tiiere was a lar;re crowd in attend- 
aaee during; its delivery ini'luding many 
ladies. 

\\'e i.i^ti.e a di-jMatch to the last ("hica- 
■iXO Tiiif.s- received licre, that the rebel 
C heathatu is repvjrled a prisoner in the 
hands of our troops. The .''jjceial di;- 
patches to the rni;>->, reported that he 
Kas killed. 



— The -Vu'ika lijj>nh'.i'-<iii learns from 
reliable authority th.it between two auii 
three huudreil Chippewa Indians are en- 
camped in ditferent portions of that coun- 
ty, extending; ihrou;ih a part of (irow, 
Ccntervdle. Oak drove und St. Francis, 
and that they are committing nmneroiis 
depredations and causing much laieasi- 
nes and fear among the setth'rs. It i> 
informed of in-stanees where they have 
shot pigs, and it also learns that two of 
the treacherous miscreants call -d at the 
bouse of Mr. Brooks, la .St. Fr; icis, du- 
riu'T his absence, and demand' ' some- 
thing to eat of his wif.j, and aft'-r provi- 
ding dinner lor them, as she had been 
obliged to for strolling bauds ot 'hese 
■vagabonils before, they deliberatoly ,)ro- 
veedid to ransack the house in search of 
|»lunder, carrying away with th« m wo 1- 
<>u blankets and bed <piilts, lu spite ..f 
ber jirotostations and threats. In vie. 
of this .state of things, have uot the? 
people reason for feeling uneasy ? It is 
not safe for a man to leave his family an 
kjur m the neighborhood of the.»e thiev" 
ing wretch's. 

— The Feileral ilefense of Dutufries 
against General Stuart, the well-lcnown 
r.'bel marauder, ai)pears to have been I 



o.-iiug and gr uiiying statements in eon- 

necti .III with the .--ubjeet of (iitauce : 

riu' xati' Taxes in l.st«J ouioui-.tcl to :»!iI,'.M> 

I"'! •• ^rl"ll'.■.-■. 

I-''-' '• ri-i;,'/'! 

In his conni cuts upon the tlisnensation 
of the relief t » r''lu:/ees proviiied by the 
Legislature a the extra sessioji under 
the eiiicient and aide management ol 
Ccmmisslouor IJerkey, tho Covi-nior h:i.<- 
grouped some vorv intorcstiuir statistics, 
rhe following table shows the nnudicr of 
rofugeos receiving aid at dillorent places 
in tho throe iioaths following tho out- 
break : 

.■^(•litetiilM'r. t>ctob.'r. Xovemb-T. 
■-t. I'l't'-r Didtric, li.-V..*) •,•■.; i.ii 

.^liiin>'.ipo<is " r.'s |;; i Tl". 

Anoka " ^.M.! l,vi l(ii> 

.'»t. I'.'.lll •• i.e'i ^ ■>.> '.'J.S 

total, s,.".l v:- «!t 

The Commisioncrs estimate that about 
•')•'!.» will reipiiie support during tho win- 
ter, aiul about ItXJ others occasional aid. 
It will be hi Illy satisfactory to know 
that tin- correj^jouilencc of the (lovernor 
with the (ienoi i\ (iovernmcnt has elicited 
the fact that t!.e expense.^ of the Indian 
War are to In assumed at Washington. 

The (Jovern r has advised the Attor- 
ney (ieiural to pro.-ocute the suit ol ihe 
•State against Irainluh'ut pre-empturs ol 
School Land.--, iu tli3 Supreme Court of 
the I'uited States: he re-iterates his an- 
nual recouunei.dation lor a more tho»-ouiih 
and cllicient S .hool System ; states that 
the t'.iiaueial di liculties of the .State I'ni- 
versity are in - ourse of satisfactorv ad- 
justment, and illseussestho Important sub- 
ject oi' jtuliii • lands at considerable 
length: and n jieats his protest against 
the improvident legisLation which seizes 
upon various pi-etexts to scpiander them 
away. 

There are so .en Iianks in Minnesota — 
two ot them, tlie Marine Hank and the 
Bank of .Minncota, being new organiza- 
tions. Their )ut3tanding circulation on 
the Ist of Jauiary was ."^JoO,;)!!',, being 
an increase of ill'.'. b'^Uaince January 1st, 

The Stat<- Prison is shown to lie eco" 
nomicallv and iblv managed, but oi-catlv 
neglected by the State. 

On the subject of railroads there are 
no important recommendations. 

The (ioverior alludes with a natural 
pndo to the success of Minni.\sot;i iu 
raising more tlianits ([uota of soldiers for 
the national e:uise, and in connection 
with the ludi:in war justly rennrks that 
as the annals <d savage warfare aiford no 
I)arallel to the extent and ferocity of the 
outbreak, so also weniay search our early 
Colonial rceo'ds iu vain for an iustan<-e 
of a great Indian uprising so promptly 
and elVcetually tpielled ; but he does not 
say what he niight have dom;, with etpial 
truth, that th s result was chiefly due to 
the energy and judicjus man.agement of 
: he Comandei -lu-Chicf . 

The (lovcriior regards the immediate 
r. snoval ol the Indians as an imperative 
n-j .^ssity, an<l the capital punishment of 
the '^ullty jiri oners 2k< m^im^ ijua no)i\n 
the s< ttlement of our Indian dillicultics. 



Gen. SchuplV succeeded to the division 
as raiikuig llrigadicr, but lie is (I be- 
lievt') on ihe I'ruee court of impilry, and 
Gen. Fry became division commander. 

On the ITih ulu, Lieut. Col. IWsI.oj) 
wrote lue that it wa- then undoi-stooil that 
(icn. Schuyhr llamiltt)n was to coinuuimi 
tho division. Gen. II., It will be retnem- 
b-Ted, was the couimauderof the division 
iu which the I th Minnesota .served at Cor- 
inth. 

So if you reail of Sch«vptr.s, or Fry's, 
or Hamilton's divi.'lon, l>ehig iu an cn- 
g:igemcnt, it is v,-ell enough to count in 
the Second. 

My owii conjecture is, that our regi- 
ment has not. vi't been engaged. 1 bc- 
li»'ve the division has been separated. 
Col. Il.arlau's brigade, that wo read ot 



in.Sl'O.siTIOX OV- MILITARY I'OUCK.S — S.VX- 
irAUY C(»XDITIOX UI-" TIIK TUOOf<. 
Mamv.vto, .Ian.;jd IstVj. 

Since the execution of the thirty-eight 
Sioux prisoners — an event to date from, 
if not to swear bv — the usual (julet ob- 
tains at this post. The feverish excite- 
ment previously existing has naturally 
and most happily subsided. Business 
again takes to its accustomed channels. 
Both soldiers and civilians evidently find 
great and acceptable relief in being freed 
Irom the presence and care of so many of 
these brutal murderers. Still great ae- 
llvily prevails. Colonel .Miller, com- 
mandant of the post, and his enicicnt 
staif, are hard at w-ork, Jguarding, feed- 
ing and ]ii-otoeting the three hundred and 
twenty-nine prisoners yet remaining on 
their liaiuLs — in exercising not only ofii- 
cer-like, but p:»ternal watch and care over 
the noble boys of tho 7th, stationed hen' 
and at other points. A constant eye is 
also kept upon the fronti<'r; and much 
time is ifiven to drilling. Most evident- 
ly this Uegluient will soon graduate in 
the school of the veterans. 

Gener.al dianjios having been made in 
the location of the military forces in this 
part ol the Stale, the following list com- 
piled from oflicl.il data, will be of inter- 
ist to many of the reailers of the rnK.>J.<. 
At 3Iankato. there are stationed the 
field and stall" ollieers, eoininissloned, and 
non-coinmlssioned, of the 7th regiment, 
together with the following contpanies of 
tho s-iue regiment : Co. C, Capt. Burt, 

Co. F, Lieut, lluildleston, Co. (t, Capt. 
^Villiston, recently removed from New 
I'lm, Co. 1', Capt. Gllfdlau, recently re- 
moved from Now .Vuburn, Co. I, Lieut. 
McKelvy, and Co. K, Cajit. Burke. 
There is alsoat ^lankato a detachment 



BY TELEGRAPH. 



OUR SPECIAL DISPATCHES 

Vl.ft. CHIC'ACiO. 



PROM WASHINGTON. 



CONGRESSIONAL PROCEED- 
INGS. 



Bill for tho Payment of Soldiers. 



Semtitur PomcII niakps u Scnuation 
Mii«ecli. 



Senator Rice's Resolution to Re- 
imburse Minnesota. 



NEWS PROM MEXICO. 

Xiiw YoiiK, Jan. G. 
Speciiil DUpatrh t.-) th- SI J'avl Pr.'.a. 

The news from jVIexico is that the 
Frenr-h army Is advancing. One thou- 
sand nudes and two hundred and fifty 
wagons had reached ^'era Cruz from Xew 
York. The }Vlexican Cioverniueut feels 
detjjly the refusal ot the United States 
Government to help them. ' 



LATEST J^WS. 

By Teleg-xsft^pli- 



chaslng Morgan up into Kentucky, I take under Li»'ut. Kennedy of Capt. Whltof 



to be t leu. Fry's brigade, (icn. Ste:id- 



compauy ot the l<lth regiment. 

Company B. Captain Curtis, of the 7th 



man's was mar Ilartsvillo, Tennessee, l{t.^ri„u'nt,'is at Tivoll, seven miles cast 

when last heard of, extie.tiug to hi- re- j ol .Maakato. Company .V, C'aiitain Cut- 

lieved, and join the main a.niv at Xash- • •^'''' ^•^'•«■l>t a small detachment at Winn."- 

•11 . ' bago City, is at I'airmount ^lartain Co., 



The -M ^lianesota, ;!-')lh Ohio and l><th 
regulars, were just bilow where "the in- 
evitable Jlorgan" gobbled a brigade a 
few woi'ks sl::ee. It is a complitiient to 
our regiment and the others that .Morgan 
never called at their camp, although he 
"gobbled" tho iletaehment abavo, and 
"shelled out" the one below. 

Yours, S. 1*. .1. 

(Jenertl I'ry was cajitured by 

the reii'.'ls on Deceniber.'Jlst with the hau' 
of -l.Di.'O prisoners taken in a smldeii rai(' 
upon oi'.r right; llank. It is jiosslble, 
therelore, that the Serond Minnesota may 
bo atnong theui. Gen. Hamilton com- 
matideil tho reserves. Schicpd' is not 
mentioned. — Ki». 



Urt Hiitio of till' .«(ii2»rpiii<' Court. 



V8. 



iMvi.l r. .^1 ir.lL'.im.'ry, I'laintiiT i:i I'.rror, 
Wiliiajli .MilAveu, Del'.iiiiaiit iii l.nor. 

I'li'l'T .'!■ -iioii ."-J, <i:i jta-;.' 'Z{-\ i>l' f h- ( '.uiijiiled 
.-^t;'.;.:!'.'-, ill ■ puinti.i'iiiav unite in the .-am.- cini- 
pl.-iiiit - vc'.-a! cause- oi' aotiou — -niii' tii'u l.'gal 
ami Miiu.'ot' an e juilalil.' ualiire — i:ro\ iiii-<| they 
all ariM' out «>; tli.' -saitu' trasai-ii.iii, or iransar- 
tioli- couiiei'te.l with l.'ie >aiiie Mllijci'i of UCtiuil." 



(;<'or!j:' \V. Armstronjf, Appellant, vs. i>avi<l .■san- 

loril, Ke-jKiiiileiu. Sulaim.-. 

A writ 111' iiij.iiK'iio'.i viil not In* uranfeil on a 
(*oi:ii>Iaiiit staling iii<* t'at't.< on iiifur.n ttiou uu«l 
lit'li. roii!_ . 

WliiTf liic aiiswe." fully <U<iiie4 ilr> allcpation^ 
.•f lii- L-onip!aiiit, ar. u j^cnerul rule tin' injuiictiou 
will li!' t!is..o!vfi!. 

Wiii're tin- t-oinplaiiit r.-k- tj «':ijoin ih>' fori*- 
olo.-ur.' t>r a liii.rl^;i;;>' iiy uilvertlseioeiu, on' tlie 
;;!0'.iii>l that the l..i;itsa;,ee llircatein-.l ami was 
alioul lo .-.'ll th'' ureiiu-'e- alxoluti'Iy ami v. itiiout 
ti^lit of r<'<li'inpi!on, //'/«•', fii:.! "siieli w.i- not 
-hin.-ic'iit i;ruu:el t'» autlio.-i/t' til..' i.>.iuaiii-u of the 
Wfi:. 



riionias"! .V. Ileiidriiks vs. Willi.-.ni I.. Itannintr. 

.x^lla^^--. 

Ml"' l'laiiitiiVpiirrha''>'il of till' »h'f.'i:ilaiit :i ct- 
tniii pri>iiii--ory I'.iit '. tlieii overUiie, and jmrpor- 
tins to liL' on iiilere-t after iii.iturity at tne rati* 
ofl \v<i ami :i h.ill' p<'r n'lit, ]>it iiioiiih, (akiiiz 
from him n wiitien warranty that thi- !>rii'.ri].:il 
\v.is still <l>ii' anil nn|>ai(l : that it wa.-t tln'ii liear- 
iiij; iiu.'H'?>t at till' rail' of two ami aii.l a half |nT 
('"lit. i>er i.i'iiiih : aii'i that tiK're v.a.- ilue at ihc 
tiineu .-J), lili.-l -iiiii. llefuili'il to reeoM-rol' ihe 
maker more than iirrfii /ur i-.',;'. /ur iitiinun uftT 
matiir:t>. In an ai-lioii by the iiluiiitilf on ilie 
W.irraiity, to retoviT the ilifl'iTciiee h.-iwei'ii the 
amount aetiially reroven'il of the maker, ami the 
-um uhii-li th<' note would liav.' nmuunled to at 
tw .) ami A half \"-r cent. p.T iiioiif li : 

/i. /'/, 'fli.it til"' warrant V could be enforced ac 
I'oriliii^' to it- lerm-. Ih'hl. itlno, That aju'^g- 
111. lit w hit !i eiil'.ird'il it only u- t.> th.' aiiioiiiit 
warranted t" 1)!' du'' at the dai«' of the a-).-i;;a- 
niviit, was crruiieou-^. 



Tv-be marauder, appears to nave ncen i ,, , , , , . , , 

. ' ' , He argues at length the right ol the .State 

brave and singidarlv successful. Co»onC'l ,»„ ....", .. ", ,. ' -f ■ , , 

o • I to trv tne gin tv Indians — il released bv 

Canbv, who eouimanded the Federal ; -i. ./•,,.„. . ' ■ • . ', 

-' ^ tm- ''o^erllUll at — in her own courts, and 



troops, and whom we all remember for 
his good services in New Mexico, has in 
this alfair won distinguished reputation 
for himself, his ollieers, and men. The i 
•ilefense of a position by six or seven hun- 
•dred troops for six hours without any ma- 
terial loss and with the aid of only four 
pieces of artillerv, ami the comjilete re- 
•pulse of the relxiU wLh a very eonsitler- 
:uble loss of killed, vvoumied ami prison- 
ers, may ct?rtainly be regarded as one of 
tlie most brilliant of all the iiilncw events 
tsithe war 



remiV> th" wliole (juestion to the Legisla- 
ture • \> roration of the message is 
de\ote<i iu nilioiial atlairs, and besides 
being oxcecdRlgly line .as a piece of rhel- 
orlc, is emine-u'J^ ''sound on the goose." 

• v*^*^ 

IKow •*KaKlUli.,Oitiniun" is Mudr. 

A f.oiidon edi or co;i\ti" "d in a ruhlir c.urt in 
that citv :liat ! » luid tV"*-" l"'*"n'»''d .■«;o,o(io hv 
the French Mini 'ter for rvrtuin arlirles favorahli- 
t.i l.ouis NafJl' «n- "" inO* -m-'s to reeover.— 
Kx>hitii<j''. y 

The paper t'lerred to, is we believe, 
the -!/'>/•« //*y { hronirU. \ If the secret his- 



i;rid}jet Haley, i>laiiitiil in frror, rf. the t'itixens 
of .**t. I'aul, defendants in error, ^iy;iabll^, 

.V ^'iieral al:i-;,'aliiil in a i'oin|>Iaiiit thut thn 
I>laiiitlir i-. the owiH'r in fi-o of land, i>< Miilfirii.nt 
to en-it|.' him to reeovr tor duiiia;; 's Mi-ttaiiied 
hy i.|i 'liiii;; :i Ftr.'.! t'.ironyh i^ueh UiimU. If llie 
riyht to >ai!i daiiia;;i's haili>i--i'd lo some one 
oili'-r than ih.' plaintill', by u--i.i:iiineiit or olher- 
wi^' ', the di'l 'iidan'.s .-houUI allege its I'lima 
nii-ii, tot' ow le-r uf till' kind i- eutitl-.d to the 
ilania;j.'S. 

lln' L<'.','i-Iature has the power to a|)]>oint ofli- 
ccr- within tlieliinil'< of a ■uiiiii(.-i;i'il i-orwoi-atiou, 
In jiiel'.iriu si»t.ei;ie diilii'-. *:t<-h ii< layiii<; out a 
>lreet, uild tl|.' act* of siieh ullii-ei - are the acts 
.>f IM'' eiiy, iiilhesaiii" manner uiid to the .-aine 
fll'i'il as if p.'rf iriiii-ll'/ tl'"' regularly con.-lltuteii 
miiiiic'iia' aiithoritii"'. 

Wlii'li l.i'id his l>e< II tukeii for a piihlii- street, 
the daiiia>;.'s asci-rttiiie'd and tln' whole ree.)rd 
of the proei-i'diii;;-' ixTl'-'eled. the ri;;ht to rei'over 
^'.'h daliiajr.'S i-" li.\ed aii.l re.-t.'d, and Ciiliiejt be 
tak >n away hy th- Le;^islatiire. 



torv of rebel plottin 



!". \ il iiie 
g.< \in Ku 



rojie could 



Harrison Kand:ill, I'lai'itili" iu Krror, vj. .)<.hn 

KdiTI and Wil.', i><'f.'iiduiitsiii Kiror — .Syllahu!'. 

Kverv on" who |)Urclia.-es l.iiid from tin* I'liited 
St'ile.s by i.ri-.'iiilitioii or liri\aie entry doe- so 
•iiil'j.'et to III'' 111!."* ami ri-;,'iilalioii> that •rovern 
the Lund ILlKirtiiU'iit. All ilitries are liiaih' suli- 
jert to the sui>.'rvi.-ion and eontrol of tlie <oni- 
iiit-sioner- <d' thi' lienejal Laud OUic, and all 
Ml'- nil-.'- ari' d.'ciiled l)y tlu> lucal Laud Ollice, 
sulij.'i-t to upp"al. 

.\!l partie- who piireliase from r. p;-.'-e!uptor 
prior |o till' oon-iiiumulion of the enti> , tak>' -ul>- 
jert to the power of the iip|M'r ollice to I'onlinii or 
c-iiii'i'l till' entry that exi.-l.-T in relation to the 
ori.'iual i>;iic'iaser. 

A pre- Miipted laud and it was sold to It th-fore the 
entry was conlirnicd by the (e-neral Laii'l Olli.'e. 
The entry wa-i "tib.-i'iiueiitly oam'.'led by that ol- 
lie", ll'l I, 'fliat nothii:;; pa>-.'.| by tho deed. 
That had tin' entry iH-eiieonlirmed, the i'oiilirin-.i- 
tioii would have related bai-k to the date of the 
ori^'ilial 1 iitry and the title would have p:i-«ed to 
It, by virtue iif thi- eovenaiil- in the d '.-il. The 
ea.«e of Tamp vs. .•Smith, 'J .Minn. K.I'm, t'om- 
niented upon. FL.WDKAI . 
» ■ ♦ I » 

—On Wednesday last, the 'Jlth ult., 
tho State Department received a dispatch 



The' 'great fire alatni bell recently | be writtei.. it ^vouUll* fouVd. we .....spect. f;-" »';"• ^'-i^ter at .Lapan. tlated Nov. 

" J \ . V. «• .. . •>•>,! ft i'.ii».. to S>M I- iviiieiseo lie tl.«» 



lilt \ -live miles south of Mankato. .\nd 
Company K, Cajitain Hall, also of the 7ih, 
is at Modelia, Watonwan Co., twenty- 
live miles south-west from Mankato. 

Captain Wellman, of the'.'lh Regiment, 
is at South Bend. Captain Dane, also of 
the '.'th, is at .ludson. 

Captains Ldgcrton and White, of the 
loth lleglmeiit, are:it Winnebago Agency. 
.\nd Capte.in Ambler, of the same llegi- 
lueiit, is at Garih n City. 

( >;-J'.r:i have t<vn received directing 
that Dr. L. B. Smith, Assistant Surgeon 
ot the 7th, bo stationed at South Bend, 
and that \h-. \. A. .\mcs be statioi.ed at 
Garden City. Surgeon Finch will remain 
at this point. 

Lieut. Colonel ^larshall, accompanied 
by Dr. .Vmes, h-aves here to-day to visit 
tho troops at Winnebago City. Major 
I'radley, with Dr. Smith, is also to visit 
]\lodelia. 

Other visits — oiKel.al or otherwise — 
are to be made. Major Brown expects 
to visit St. I'aul in the coiiise of a few 
days, and Sutler ."shelly has alreatly start- 
ed fur the same jilaee to be present at. If 
not to take ;i hand in the Senatorial fight. 

The re])orts in circutation here, about 
the time of the execution, of the close 
proximity ol" hostile Indians, jirove to 
havebei'ii without foundation, 'j'liis most 
remarkably jdeasant weather, however, 
oilers a very favorable opportunity to the 
.-avage foe to assail the outer settlements, 
and the utmost vlgilace ought to be, and 
undoubtedly will lie, I'xercised to foil the 
hell-hounds In all such attempts. 

The sanitary condition ol the troops 
stationed at this post is decidedly unfa- 
vorable. The constant and long continu- 
ed care of the Indian prisoners has im- 
po.-^ed great hardship upon ordinary ex- 
])Osiire to frost ami rain. The residt is, a 
large number are now coiilincil to the hos- 
jutal, iu most cases suHering Irom severe 
and dangerous illness. The best care to 
be obtained Is extended to the sick ; but 
the hospital is so poorly furnished, that 
until help is obtained from some quarter, 
great discomfort atid snll'criug will bt; 
unavoidable. Col. Miller states that he 
has endoavoretl, but without success, to 
obtain through the jiroper channels, the 
sheets, gowns, and even part of the medi- 
cines necessaty to the health and comfort 
of his alllicted men. .Surgeon J. K. 
Finch would undoubtedly receive, and 
gt-atefully acknowledge, donations for the 
hospital irom aid societies or individuals. 



Special Dispatch to the St. I'aiil I'retx. 

AV.vsnixiiTox, .)an. C. 

In the Sen.ate, to-day, Mr. Wilson re- 
ported back the House joint resolution 
for the payment of soldiers and sailors, 
with an amendment authorizing the Sec- 
retary of the Treasury to raise lifty mil- 
lion dollars. In Demand Notes. The 
soldiers' fainiHe.<; are sulFering for want 
of ji.ayment. The bill was referred to the 
Finance Committee. 

The bill concerning State Prisoners 
was taken up and elicited considerable 
discussion. Mr. Fowell, of Kentucky, 
in his remarks, said he wanti;d to see 
more iron avIII evinced in the execullvo 
policy. 

The rebellion must be crushed out by 
every possible means. He wanted to see 
the Misisslppi ojiened liy our brave west- 
ern troops. He would take the property 
of the rebels everywhere, and would wel- 
come the spectacle of one hundred thou- 
sand slaveholders running one 'way, and 
one inlllion of negroes the other. He 
thanked God we had an army and a navy, 
and a country, and complimented the 
"live General,'' Rosecrans, the hero of 
Murfreesboro. llis speech produced a 
deep .sensation, and elicited frequent ap- 
plause from the galleries. The bill was 
postponed until to-morrow. 

Senator Rice offered a resolution in- 
structing the Military (.'ominittee to in- 
quire into the expediency of reimbursing 
Minnesota for the sums advanced in sup- 
pressing the Indian war. Adopted. 

The bill to assist Missouri to emanci- 
pate her slaves, passed the House by vote 
ol 73 to -IG. To secure the benefits of it 
Missouri must pass her emancipation act 
before January Lst 18(54. 

Carter's exploits in Tennessee, «les' 
troying railroad connections, bridges, 
&C., is considered of great importance, 
as it cuts olfBragg's lllchmond communi- 
cation. 



Bad News from Vicksburg. 



Prom San Francisco. 

Special Dispati-h to the St. Paul I'rcsx. 

S\s rn.vxi isi o, Jan. d. 
The Legislature of California was or- 
ganized to-dav. The Senate resolution 
endorsing the emancipation proclamation 
promises sevend daysdiscusslon, A large 
majority favor it. 

The Springfleld Traitors. 

S/nrnil iHiipatch to the St. Paul Press. 

Si'itiNOFiKLD, Jan. G. 
The Democratic deiuonstr.'ition here 
creates considerable excitement. Some 
of the speakers went so far as to demand 
the iinmeduate withdrawal of the Illinois 
trooTis from the (leM. 



DK.Morr..vri<; Fi:stiv.\ i,.— Tlinrsday eveniii;r, 
January s, IKO:',, at Infji-rsoU's Hall. 

Committer of Arraiiiivmeaix. — .1. A. reckhain, 
Edmund Uicc, J». A. J.,l5uk"r, Thoma- E.Masscy 
Williain J*. Murray, -Jauie.^ Mill-, .J, VV.McChin-;, 
John FarriPfrton, William .^-piig.i; Hall, J. 1*. Kid- 
der, U. A. KoVrtsoii, .J. .^I. (iilnian, (Jeorge 
.Mitxh. .lolin VVhijiple, M. L. Dowliufr, I'atrick 
NaKli, .Jo.'iii tiraee. I. V. 1>. Jleard, M. Dorniden, 
William Leiji, t'. T. Hewitt, Oscar Stepheiibou. 

/'resident — lioii. O. K. Flaudrau. 

/'/•; i'rtjide,iis—\), A. i:o:»..'rlsoii, W. ,1. 
Cullen. 

S/p-(ii.er.<—'Sl(}gsrs, ISrisbin, Atwater, Cowan, 
William ^])rij,'g IJall, ^IcMuhon, Oilman, Crooks, 
Wilder, Ilainlin, and olliers. 

Music by the Ure.nt We.storn Hand and Quar- 
tette ( lub. Supper at eight o'clock, under the 
maiia;;em(>nt of .loseph Hall. 

Committee on Jteeejiiluii—lliju. William 1'. 
Murray, Hon. Kdniuiid Itiee, H jn. J. I*. KiddiT, 
I.^uis iiluin, J. W. MfClun;,', !>. S. Flatou.Johu 
A. I'eckliaui. 

A competent person i..- enRagod to take cliart'C 
of lials and overcoats. 

I'rice of tickets $1 St each, to be obtained of 
either the Coiuiuiitee of Arrangements, at the 
International Hotel and Aimeicaii Hotel, at the 
Drug and IJook Stores, and at the door on tlie 
evening of the I'estival. janS-lt 



\m gulmtismatji. 



IV 



GEN. SHERMAN REPULSED. 



♦ « ♦ • ♦ 



jiupthased \ty Jbe city of Chicago has that more than one prin(t of the baser 

proved a failiire. ' | sort had beet, paid ior abu^p'ng u.s. The 

-Dan Rice, the great iLowman, had a ' zeal of certain journals ot^donbtful vir- 

farewell benefit at Chicago oh Satiirdav I tue in behalf of the seccs.-fionists „, to 



evening lust. 



isay the least, aispic 



2iM. It came to San Francisco by the 
first vessel of a new steamship line be- 
tween .lapan and that port, and left San 
Francisco on the 2:5(1, to reach Washing- 
ton on the -Jlthult. — thirty-two d.ays from 
[ the time of starting. 



.1 l.lc>ikt«iii*nt K«|||ruil<*<l t»jr m Mvcrali 
Uoaut.r and .tliirdrrrd. 

The Leavenworth Bulletin of the l.")th 
contains an account of one of the most 
fiendish instances of relx'l crime that has 
marked their diabolical deeds during the 
war. While the army was near Benton- 
ville, Arkansas, last spring, a secession 
young woman often visited the camp, and 
madi- herscll very agreeable to the olhcers. 
.V Lleiiteii.iiit in the I'd Indiana battery, 
named .Masterson, became charmed with 
with her, and she pretended to respontl 
to the passion she had croated. Their 
relations became ijuite intimate, and on 
one occasion she invited him to visit her 
at the residence of her uncle. He unsus- 
pectingly availed himself ot the invitation 
to spend an alternoon in her society. 
Having been with her about two hours, 
she went to the window and raised it, and 
at the moment twelve guerrillas appeared 
and fired on him. He fell dead in the house, 
and was carried oil to a mill jiond and the 
body thrown into the water. Some lour 
da_\ s after the body floated to the shore, 
and was burled by an old man and his 
son. After the lapse of four weeks the 
body was found, disinterred and identi- 
fied by the comrades of the unfortunate 
lieutenant. The day after the commis- 
sion of the foul deed the following note 
was found under the pillow of the young 
woman, written .apparently, on the eve 
of a flight in the night time, to escape the 
search that followed the next day : 

.VV T>enr I'nrle tiiiil A>int : 

I have >uccei'ded. .My beauty, which you have 
always told nie wu." not worth u lig in life, has to- 
day acconipltslied as iiilich as the patriot general 
lu Our gl'rious « '(Uifederacy. I am content to 
oIUt my beauty, virtue, even' life itself, upon my 
ciuiilry's altar. My bl.'edhig country demands 
tin- itacrltlce, wlilliiKiy I ol>«y. 

1 cannot visit your houoe again until this war 
closes, which I pray God may 1>9 t^oon. but when 
it does stop, I hope to come and receive the ble.s- 
slugs of vou Ijoth on the head of 
1 Your TOMnilM. 



IIEAVV LOSSES. 

Speri<it J}ii]>ateh to the St. PatiJ Prenit. 

C.vir.o, Jan. 'J. 

The steamer .Jurat lia.s just arrived. 

Gen. Sherman took the first line of en- 

treneliments at A'icksburg and held them 

about forty minutes, but was repulsed 

while waiting reinforcements. Nothing 

has been heard from Banks or Farragut. 

Our loss is about live thousand. 

ITEMS PROM CINCINNATI. 



N R Y M c K i: N T Y , 

i)!;.vi,Ki; IN 

HE^L ESTATE, 

SAINT i'AUL, MIX.NE.'^iiJA. 
JOS' Will also locate Laud Warrant- and s.'l' 
Ui'ul Estate on Commission. janS-d&w!y 

TO TAX TAYFRS IX MILLE LAC 
cot XT V. 
Notice is hereby given that Ihe ainouiit of tax 
levied on each dollar valuation for the vear A. D. 
IbOJ, is as follows : 

For the siipjiort of State (loveniiui'iit ..-jy. mills. 
For ])aynieiit of iiitere<t on iiublic dcblJ..'.' niilis. 
For the support of .'^tate common sciiools.',' iniils. 

For defraying County expenses Vi mills. 

For building and repairing reads and 

bridges in the town of I'riiieeton .'« mills. 

" " " East I'lincetou... -J mills. 

For town expenses — riinceton ^l.^ mills. 

" —East I'riuceton ,', mills. 

For school di«f. exp'-nses, Uist. No. 'i .....s mills. 
1*1 iuceton, .Jau. 0th, Im'^;. 

E. .1. WHITXEV, 
janr-v.'-lw ('oMiii\ 'Treasurer. 

T osT luioMissoirv note! 

X.itii-e is herebv gi\en, tliat a iiroinissory note 
for .■::!,:ts;!.<i:!, dated .June -.'.'tli, l.Mil, made bv 
Sohuleuberg, IJuM-keler & Co., of Stillwater, anil 
payable one year from d.ite, to the order of the 
State tuiversity of Minnesota, has been lost by 
the holler, and' all iiersons are cautioned froiii 
having anything to do with tlie same, a.s il has 
been lullv paid bv the drawi-rs. 

jans-'Jdi.'tw W.M.M. KlMll.VLL, Treasurer. 



OUR ASSOCIATED PRESS DISP.ITCHES. 
The Battle of Murfreesboro. 



de:%t «kck«h. 



Terrible Slaughter of the Rebels. 



CASUALTIES OP THE BATTLE 



CLARENCE PRENTICE WOUXDEl) 



Our Loss 1,000 Killed, and 
6,000 Wounded. 



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OLONEL.S AND ITJYATES, 



The East Tennessee Raid. 



S()eci(il Dispatch to the St. Paul PrefH. 

rixnx-x.vTr, .Jan. 0. 

The defalcation of Major Cook is said 
to amount to .Sl.'Go,0<>0. 

Our army moved from Danvi'le, Ecn- 
tuckv, on Saturdav. The direction is 
ccntraband. 

The Lynchburg Republican of Jan. 1st, 
in speaking of the "Yankee raid" into 
East Tennessee, says they destroyed III 
miles of the East Tennessee Railroad, 
but not the bridges over the Holston and 
Walaugue rivers, and captured oCM> civ- 
alry. It characterizes it as unexpected, 
daring and audacious, and well worthy of 
a Alorgan or a Stuart. 



Effects of the Proclamation. 

Special Diiipntch to the St. Paul Pres*. 

St. Lotis, .Ian. (*. 

Since the first of January some three 
hundred .slaves have left their masters in 
consequence of the proclamation of 
emancipation. 

Passengers from Sjiringfield say a por- 
tion of the army of the frontier I itelv In 
Van Buren, Arkansas, had arrived at that 
place over the Boston Mountains. Con- 
siderable quanties of molassas and sugar 
had been captured from the rebels. 

The recent negro outbreak in Western 
Missouri has subsided. 

The Notorious Train at Milwaukee 

Special Digpateh to the St. Paul Prei>ii. 

MlLWAl'KKK, .Ian. r. 

A crowded house greeted the somewhat 
noted George Francis Train, of Horse 
Railroad notoriety, who lectured last 
evening before the Young Men's Associa- 
tion. 

The peojile oi' Milwaukee were a little 
too sensible to be very highly entertained 
by such a bombastic fellow. After giving 
an account of his wonderful exploits in 
Europe, he spoke of going to Richmond 
to see Jeff., and settle this little dilHeulty 
of ours. 



TSlttjor.-! and Sei':2:cautr^. 

And all other 

AIILTTATIV ME]N7. 

Will lln.l at 

K I L P A T U I (; X ' S , 

The beU assortment ol 

xAIILITARY BOOTS, 

At very low price--. 



MfUFKKi-.sisoi^o, Jan. -i. 

Bragg's army left without burying the 
dead ; our troops are now doing it. 

A search over the battle-field reveals 
terrible slaughter in their ranks — double 
ours. 

Most of the resident sccesh and faiui- 
lies fled. 

The panic and confliction of the people 
and soldiers in the retreat last Saturday 
after the night battle, and when It was 
thought Rosecrans was coming suddenly 
into town, was indiscribable. 

The cause of the Union was never 
brighter since the rebellion than now iu 
this region. 

Xr.w Yoi'.K, January r. 

The following is a special dispatch to a 
New York paper : 

McKFUEi-:si»oi{0 6th, via Nashville 0th 

— The enemv evacuated iu haste diirinf 

Saturday night. It is reported they were 

terribly demoralized from loss, but they 
left 10 property behind. 

Ceil. Negley pursued them with in- 
fantry anl cavalry. 

Speer's 1st Tenne-see cavalry attacke.l 
and di.snirSv,'d their rear guard of cavalrv . 
1'heir loss in Wednesday's battle was 
o,(.M,M I ; several hundred on Thursday ; 
over l,20(j on Frid.ay ; 1,00(> on Saturday 
night, including the wounded and cap- 
tured. We have l.oCMJof them prisoners, 
two Colonels and several Majors. 

The bodies of Brig. Gens. Rains and 
Hanson are here. 

Gen. Breckinridge was severely M-ound- 
ed, and Gen. Adams killed. Major Clar- 
ence Prentice wounded in the thigh. 

The famous 1st Louisiana regiment was 
destroyed. 

Our own losses in all the engagements 
were 1,100 killed, about fi.OtX) wounde.1. 
and several thousand prisoners. Oni;- 
third of the wounded will soon be able to 
resume duty. The army was considera- 
bly depreciated by stragglers, including 
a number of oiricers, who will be disgrace- 
fully dismissed, several for desertion. 

Col. bloody, of the 74th Ohio, wa.s 
wouiidi'd ; Col. Charles Anderson of the 
9;W Ohio, Col. Nick Anderson of the 
Kith Ohiii, and Col. John F. Miller were 
wounded, but didn't leave the field. Col. 
\Villiams, of the 2.Jth Illinois, was killed. 
Lieut. Col. Hull, of the ."7th Indiana, was 
wounded — not dangerously. We had 
about tweuty-five field ofhcers killed, aiid 
as many wounded. Lieut Col. Annon, 
-2i\ Indiana, reported killed. Is wounded 
and a prisoner. The Chicago Board of 
Trade Battery, which behaved gallantly , 
lost five killed and eight wounded Lo'i- 
mis' .Michigan Battery lost one killed and 
twelve wounded, and thirteen horses 
kllkd. 

A review of the field of battle since th.- 
evaciLition, shows that the enemy were 
much more formidably posted than we 
had developed, even by our terrific figV.t- 



JLST UECEIVED A MAGXIEICEXT LOT OF 
IxniiLJJ SOLL C.iLF nAin Ll.SKi) 

B A L :\1 O R A L S . 

Every man desiring comfort and health, should 
have a pair of tlieoe. 



AVoiixeii'as, Miswes' aiitl CUiUli'eu'.-ii 

SXOW BOOTS. 
Ai'ctics «&: Biillaloes, 

\Ve Invite Ca.sh 13u\ crrs. 

Jan.S 



~P O R S A L E , 



>Xeu*eg( liuolc 



AI O C C A S I ]S^ S , 



Men'.s Oil Tnu Moccasins, 



MILlTAllY BOOTS, 



&c., tic, &c. 



janr-tr %«'.'«. jr. i*.nKTH & co. 



CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. 

Wasiii.noton, Jan. :. 

IIorsK. — On motion of Mr. Olin, the 
Committee on .Military Alfalrs was <1I.>- 
charjred from the further consideration of 
<-ei-tain petitions asking for the introduc- 
tion of the homa'opatliic system in the 
army. 

Sedgvvick, from the Committee on Na- 
val Affairs, reported a joint resolution 
that the Secretai-y of War be «lirected t.. 
credit the several States in estimating the 
number of soldiers enrolled therein fw 
Military and Naval service who otherwi).* 
would be e.\cluded. 

Pendleton introduced a preamble, re- 
citing Grant's order, e.KcludIng Jews a.s a 
class from the army lines, aud a resolti- 
tion saying that said order deserves th.- 
( ondemnation of the House and of th>- 
President. On motion of Washburn k 
was tabled, ."JtJ against c?>. Messrs. Hoi 
luan, Washburn, Stiles and Eenton weie 
permitted to record their votes in favor 
of the army apportionment bill. 



French Iron-Clad at Havanna. 

Xkw Yokk, Jan. 7. 

Advices from Havanna state that the 
French iron-clad frigate La ^ormandi • 
had arrived from Vera Cruz, en route lor 
Martinique, to await orders. 

During her stay at Vera Cruz, she lost 
;V»iiof her crew of 6oO men, by vellu\/ 
fever, including her commander.' 



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Gen. McClellan at Philadelphia. 

rillLADELI'lIIA, .Ian. ;. 

McClellan held a levee last evening &t 
his brothers house. This morning the 
City Council and Mayor waited on hiui 
and presented a testaraonial authorized 
bv the Council some time since. 



Later from Europe. 

Nkw York, Jan. :. 

The steamer New York, from South- 
ampton, 24th, has arrived. 

The news is mostly anticipated. 

The United Service Oazette confidently 
assers that the Ionian Islands will be ced- 
ed to Greece. 

Arrangements are makuig for tho with- 
drawal of troops. 

Prince Hesse refused the Greek Throne . 

France demanded explanations at Ma<! • 
rid respecting the official statement mad.- 
by Spain to tier Cortes, on the Mexica i. 
question. 



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ileailtmcn of tht i>eMiiti' (tnd //oh>v of \ 
licfHc-cidaliirs : j 

'I'm' i>ooua' o'i Mit;ii.v;ota nuiy ju-tly co:j- i 
praiu'ati' lii<'in-;«''ivr4 upon ilia roritiiini'.! , 
pfospority oi" tlii> Stat'-, tl'iriiijr tlu- pa-t ; 
ycrtr, jiut>vitlistainlin;^ tin' niipiiralli''..Hl I 

hi avTicuUim', the (.-hicf iiit(*nNt of our 
po.'|iio, we hav(^ K'pl up willi Ih-' pi\>.:;r.v^ 

Ct* tonncr yvum. ami our \viu\it an-.l oiU-r 
i-»'n"ilsar>Miiiotc.l.i!i ih" ■rroat ^ui-.iiii mart^ 

\ir tliP " C(in:it:7. d,4sn|x>ri(ir to liUo etjwi- 
nuMlltii's of otluT jiivtioiia t>f tlu' >i'i»rtl'.- 

V.'!'-t. 

J'h»> (■•xtra(>r«iMianp a5»«»i«l«noe tMiKH- iiar- 
\i>t-; lias attrarti'd tti*« utt»'!it:i>;i of tli.' 
world, to th • .-apciior l". rtiiity of our soil : 
vliilt' evi'iT Y»':i;-'> cxpcrifinc ha- i'\t»*n(Ii';l 
the !iriilt'ticivi^,' repMtatitm ol'inrr i limat •, 
;iui iiiviu'(i i'.iult'la»l.'-i of i;;va!iii- iVoiu di - 
t ml iamls to ri air tlioir sliitti r.'.l iVain' - 
in O^TT f)n!h' Jiad iiiviptnitiag atnu»-pUvrt' ; 
;i ; i v.iM o.. uv.ait. \vithro'i!iil<MU"t\ tlic sii;»- 
t»nNsio:i ot t!u'n'l>''l!ion in the Soiilli, fortlio 
rtf.-iaralio:i of bunijuvs ami lUo ;ri-»;i'. g/o^ ii» 
lUitl |»ro:i[M*tIty tiiut ii boiiilicoiit rroviiUa o 
ba- iu -toro for u:<. 

WhiU- the ^'/aii'i taon-^hts insji'.roxl 1-y 
' t!«»^fa«.ttlutu'in!il«(^n cH" nrtreA iiH'h aV- 
iiKiiiiUuOv.l Uy. til*'. UeiH'rai tiofvniui.nt in 
Ui'livo >-orv*u'i'. \v!t!i the tlaily reports of 
b.ittlvs r»i;/iit uutl vi.lonos \vo:>. of i-iti.'^ 
-.:'■ iti.'d Kinl StaUv' i-oj:(|iior.H!, luivo t'ae 
:. M-i. I fi-ar, to dwarf in tii." nuhlio e.>- 
t:.;ri:^>'.i fao oonipavativcly smalt fon.'.ius 
of ix yoniiL' Sr.'.ti'. i trn-t yoii. ?i^iitK'irii'u. 
wii! h'lW a pk\)j>v>r uppi'^ciiUiou of la*? du- 
tii:s \v»' owi' tvi our Miuutvota, iiiul will mi" 
tkit iituM tlio i-l>i:i.tror of ana-. whilo_ wi- 
pi'rkctu all our dulios to tii.< imporillo.l 
iTovcrinuont of ih-.' n.ttion. thr.t our o vn 
.; . : - to tlio prfsonl and the fiituiv of this 
i;.jaM;iuunc.iltli wiU be sO dischur;?od t!;:it 
w!:t u tl.'- .-loud of war shall Hlivo vol!'\l 
, ; ..• a'.'a'n -miles upon u,-. a'.i 
Iu, i.,,. .. I- V ;■ tbo Stato wil! haw hovn so 
r i:ir<!-^d utid dirivt»'d that wo <luill mairh 
::i:> fvaiilm.nu of our biiirlit doiiiay. 
....^ .;;! ii!ii;.k-rani(' Ixvau-' oi" any ua-'Io.! 
••r aijy o!u|:->iuu.ol our.. 

::n AN .a:. ! oNinrioN ov iiii: statk. 

i'iie ^•T^•dit oftlio ;?lut<' as oxiiil'it d :« 
lh'» Biiirl4«"t vaitK"^ oi' our bonds, iua-t Uc 
iiiihlvtr-'alifyin-,' t.^ ail wlio rillvt ujH>a 
ihi* tii'pV's-iioii that but a fiv, yoar> sia ••' 
rvo!-irh;.(t i|ov,-:j all our s 'I'nritit^s. 

I) ..• fi<rht p-.'! cotii-. havorqHMtv'dlT .-^oM 

...»• I.y4lu l.tii p>r i-ont . and thi.- kuu iv:- 

ili "iz :d bv t'.i-'a-l v.'>t?i)tom''(.'i- -T. l-.'.l. 

.... . ".'.t'd at a rat.- of mtor.-t. whiii 

. -..uMa paid h fO:i»I.ioi-.'d,' of !'-^ 

Tuo iU'ais of our jK'raiatifut .d«-bt an* an 
I'oiiovv.-. \ia : 

1 v.- n-'of ^^nrc>(^T^^. lsS-». '^sperffnt.. *i.V'.< II 
. ;;;. u.-. r ~ ■»»«. -'I, l<^, ujl T per cmt... t "*>," *' 

Theloau of 1-OJ was contr.velfd solely 

f.r t!;o purpo?*^ cf ruoi>'tlnj; e.K^s-jdittiry 

r out of til-' Indian war; and tin* 

■ ;ini *unt will dou!itI»'.ssbori'turu(Ml to 

. . .iJy. as 1 am iu.ornn^d livtho author- 

•;■ t'iie I'lditxT <tutjs in AVas!iin;rton. 

; :-.uAx pi'.yni'Jiits on tho sal'xs of s.'hoo! 

; .vill probably contiuu^^ to yicll fn>ni 

.;. V ■,.< or,- h-niihvd thousand dollars }>'T 

;.:;v'.ai. '!"..'• funds from tlils sounv. with 

wiiutover wc may r.-c-ivt' from tht» ruit. tl 

St;;i'--i -•:! a "jouut oi' our war oxiiouditun'-. 

1.1 clit !■' "::r. ■-t.'d, by tli.' purfharo of otir 

.i^/at p •:■ •< iit. bonds 'f t-'*"'} ''"■'i' to h^ had 

u.'. j)ar, or if uot. in intoto.^t payinir .--tocks 

l'tu{t)d Srtutos, >o ari toaccoiuulat" a 

...vlic in-^'t, uur vi-ht ])<•;• cfnt. WajL- 

n:i a UiJV biwoiu'-' duv in Novi-nili i; ll^'IT. 

Ill this" way iho oblijritioas of th: i>ta?t' 

will b-j.sovidod i'-r, tviT^iiily. :-nd ii.) par: 

.. : til-' ri*v:iiio will at any t:;m' bo jdlc. and 

luf I'Ujptatlja will be lo.-.-,enod to i!i:vit 

iheui to t'lup iriUT or impioVi'lfut uso-. 

A .li.ikiu^' fund oi>n!mi.^?ion. lo i'(.>i;-i-t of 
th' Auditor. Trv.-i.urvi- u;'d Attoruoy Ui*n- 
t i-il jui^rlj' oo tTvat'jd, with ai;thority lo in- 
\ r, :;..-i]i liuio totiniL'. tiiii fuuda m they 

;. ^^..iiuial' . 

liio ri port of iho Stai.' Troarun-r ex- 
hibit-) tho transact ii;i;.-j o! tin? luiur.cial year 
in a niOal ttiilL^factviry ii^i-'b 

I'hf re'jtjipt* into the tn.-ii.-i«ry from all 
suarrt'.s, wvrf; «^^ follows, viz : 



TUl, - - $14T,:<7:) oO 

Till' art'ount of tho State with the I'ni- 
ti'd ."^tati's for its (|Uot i of the dire.t war 
tax A»r ii siibstantiaily as folloTr.*, viz : 

Wh->I,-ta\. ..... f IcS.Ml M 

.Vm.miit n;-.iil by Stat>' Trea- 

sinr, JiiiK- isiVl, llt.lKW IT 

-Vi-.- iiiii:» f^ir war ovpciuli 

tur<r« t.i .\;iril !*«, 1-iJ:'. 

rrn.l.Ti-.l i:i Jii!y. l-"'>-2, 1T,'^■J1 \>'i 
Am >uiit 111 Treaiury, iK'f. 

Ut. In,;.', . K,,-2W 6T 

Ai'O.Mints for war »> xpt-nd ■ 

tiU-i.H s'l-nieil .linctf Apr I 

\~:. l-'VJ, ami not ytl 

!'rci-HU.-.l, - . 3,UH) Oi) 

I>i-i-ouiit allowetl far colle*- 

ti«ii of l!ie U\ by lll« 

S^tato, - ,. - . 



10,0()0— M.W 09 

Tlm« Icavins a balaiu-o to Ve jiroviJed 

\oToi ". <U,*.0 91 

Ti lis .sum can be re ulily liiiuiJat(.'d out 
of ll;e claims that hav' alnudy ai.rumula- 
tel a:;aiu-t the I'niieu ^jtate-*. on ai.voiuit 
of the expen.lltunvs ari inu' out of the war, 
i!i il«'f;'noe of th • I'nion or the Indian war, 
and the State wouhd ai,'.iin be n>-imbursed, 
and that, probably, in a few inontLs, from 
t!!'' war taxes of ISGJ, eo:nin;r iuto the 
I'll asurj-. so that th ' d leil war tax Oi tho 
I'nited Slate* is n>ulh thu.-i amply provi- 
ded for. a:;d the two ni lis. or war t.LX, uei-J 
not be levii'il for tiie yi ar 186j. 

In eoii-ideratiouof tie onerous taxation, 
to whieii the ])eo})le lave been subjiX'ted, 
iu s.>uie ])arts of tho Slate, aiid the bieak- 
i:i4 iiji oi' social orjranization in many of 
till' frontier counties by the Indian war, 
overV item of suportluMis taxation should 
be adandoned : at t!ie same time, the 
aauuiitt oi taxation ^h<iiild bo in.->i»tW on, 
that is absolulelv necev-arv to provide for 
the current e.-;i>ense.i of the Govorumeut. 

"i'iie war loan auth )riz"'d at the extra 
se-s^^oa was n<'irotiat<(l upon favorablu 
tirm.-i. iiie .Me-sr,s. 'i'iiompson Urothers, 
of Saint }*aul. havin;; taken it at one ami 
on>* fourth i>er Cr-»nt. abovi'' par, in bond.s 
bearinijf foi iiite:vst i f seven per cent., 
which yields to the State the sum of 
^lol.:!.">t> {)■). 

r.y my advi(e. and with the consent of 
the ^le^s^s. Thomp-on the Connnissioiier 
of i*ublic Lauds took lifteen thousand of 
the loan on aeeonat of the permanent 
Siho d fund. 
T!;.' :i:u utit of Sciti-- ?orip outstanding, 

on l>.-c. l.st. ISOU, wa.< - • - f 4'S,-2«; 46 
Tint uui II '.t of T^t itf Jjcrip ouuundiu^, 

u:i P v. 1st, lsO-2 .... 0'.,9H 0^ 

.M^kiii" a ditftTt-Pi-i} of - - • 7,6CJt f,i 

'I his i^ u .-^urjjrisiniriy small increase when 
the tlisturbed (.'onditioii of the country, the 
fact tiiat an extra :-;e.>.-ion of tho Leiri.sla- 
tnro ha< oocuri-cd. r.nd tho consofpient 
extraonlinary ileniand- upon tho 'I'l-ea-ury 
are ronsid.M(d. The probability is that 
line half of thi- scrip is even now iu the 
hu'ds of Couufy Tre.i.-urers, to tho credit 
of the State. 

Anio'i:: ilie mo,-t pratifyinj^ farts, as 
stated by th"" Troa-nrPr, is the amount of 
ta.VH which ha-i been i)aid iu, duriii!; tlie 
pa:?t A^oar. in eoinpari.«r»u with the aniou'its 
received in foruvr, ;.ud more peaceful 

Vi ill -. 

Til..' i»:ate ta\CJ> colK-ctcd In i =!''.<) amTd to f 111,9H M 
l-r.l '• KKt,!**! sH 

isg-j •' l:W,<Mi 71 

Poubtless tin.' larir'-r amount co{l(X'tcd 
in Hii'J, n <t\vithstandin;; tho disordeici 
condition of the country i.s owinir, in a 
trreat dexnv to the beneficent act of Xhi 
late Le^ri.slatur(\ in rel'reuce to the didin- 
(puuttaxei th;u hud accumulated in the 
years f(.llowin'.r the iinaneial crisis of IS-")", 
which in certain town- and countie.s, ovvin;^ 
to the extra vairant a.s cssments of "the in- 
Hated p* riod" exceed- -d the money value 
ot ihe j)ropeity. 

LMKitemplaled a^'^vintr you to adopt 
ni asurts for apj feeiatinsr our .''tato 



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T t^oifor.^nte i.urva-01, P-C. 1, I'l.l.to 

D«:. 1, ;-6-J. 4 raUJ<. 
Tax.-* for raised >:atej war j.urijOJ.-s i 

MtiUs, . . - - 

aalei»l School Land.*, caih prtjeec.! «, 
Keatiof d;i d-j ml rt-si, gri--i,«(r., 

*.M. - . - - - 

Bosird- f t". S. i-r:s ):i-?rj in I'-nll-ntiary, 
• In jiccimut ofi, i>or c-nt. fund on sales vC 

l-'iMio l,»nd. 
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.■kli-UnKatotilof - - - §eii.='.U :& 

Til" didjitr-^Muenta from DeceinWif 1st, 
l.-ifjl, :i) DocP'nber laC, l->o2, were us fol- 
low-- : 

Paid Ann r* wJTjnt.<. • - 91:i7..'-iTi 

..n a.-.- 'ii.t nf uar tax. - - ■i'-'p'* 'I 

r..!i . . ; 1 •ic^mtj Ut.-.-em'«.-r l.-ft, HOi. ;;•.,-*■-'> ^. 

Makln.i,'atf.lal'of, , ■ - l-'-.Jb'i.'l ;ti 

The balance brloii;::-; to the following 

:*ua«hv viz : 



»l.llii !•■• 

iii.i^; Tc. 

ui- '■: 
«*j.5j!> s; 



.«t lie IS>;ce«i»". 
W»r tax of t'alted8utei. 
Sjhn )I Fund, periaan' :it, - 
Soho d F i:id, iutrest .n; ••>«•<, 
Jii'-Tt,-;!! iiu;>ravi;ii«;ii* Jiind. 

Making a total of, 

Th-:^ Aulitors e,-tinnte of the ji-niial erc- 
pcu.«.i of the State inenrrod durinpr the 
'■eay, paid aud unpaid, exclusive of tho- • 
mcn'-red oa u-^^ount of the Indian war an i 
f.r r'fu.i^e.^.s, from De.-emb(>r l.^t ISiil. t) 
Deceisber It, IS 22, i.^ arranged umli".- tlie 
lollowin:,' hoads, viz 



wan-ante, v>hiih for si>nie time past have 
bec!'. seliJii'i' bi-low pai , to the detriment of 
the Stat(\ which in uuiivintr contracts w ith 
other parti',\^ has been coiajwlled to make 
p>i)d tiie discount that ruled in the 
luarket, I»y an in 'i-easid price ; of such of 
h<-r crediiors as aiv C( m])elledto take .scrip 
at par; anl of thii several State olliciuls, 
who for this caiuse, havo receivod twenty ])er 
■ •'lit. I-. -sthiui their nominal salarie.s. 1 am 
h tlto hope, howcver.fr )in the veryHattering 
iLSc»'.;ni!ic«? v.hich th( stat*'ment of the 
Treasurer 5;iyes of an imjirovement in our 
finance-:, that ilio scjip now outstanding, 
will, in consetiuence oi' liii :, rapidly appn^- 
( iate in valu<> and shortly cease lo enter 
Into the circulation of the country to the 
de-jrre it has heretofore, and that before 
the clo-f? of liie yea", warrants uj)on the 
Treasury will bo j>Voniptly paid iu cash. 
iti'.MKV nip. iinFrcJKKj*. 

It i.^ among the n any unfortunate re- 
.sults of the S.oux wai, that thousands of 
our froiitii-r p'ople, wiio, with tiieir fami- 
lies had therttofoie li/ed in comfort, were 
(h'priv.'d of the very necessaries of lite, and 
tie'ir ab.sobite .support, thus was devolved 
ftpi.tn our exhausted '1 it-asury. 

It is a f:>ir a.s;umpt on that for month.* 
fully one t.itfh p^rt o! our entire popula- 
tion v,-;i; di.-tre.-^sed foi liioir i;eedful shelter, 
food and cloth in u"-. 

'iliousands of thesf people so .suddenly 
mad.', d-'pndent upon the charities of the 
w.)rlil, fled lo St. IVitT, where they were 
provided for, a-ad iu : ny hundre(ls reai:he<l 
Si. Paul, 4-tioka, Minneyipolis and other 
river to'.vn.-. 

The State appropri.itedtwiMity-tive thou- 

aiid doUar.s to relieve their mo.st pre.^sinjj | 



the waiter, jfttid tha^ aboii^-ont^-^inndred 
otherl >'i!l |«|uire /wasiopi aidi ] 
l5»PiA.v WAi: LOAN. 

Tho Sum of sev«tty-tive thoXiiatjd dollars 
appropriated, to meet the indebtedness iu- 
cnrn-d iiy the State, on account of the In- 
(Uau war, would have lieen .sutlicient for 
that pirrpose, had the State been called 
upon to discharge only the expenses of the 
>lilitia t.'uiporarily called out — iy< pay, 
transportAtioB. .sabsiltewe and other 
charges such as necossarily accrued — for 
the lime the Militia weiv under the con- 
trol oiul din>ctiou of the Stnte Authori- 
ties. 

It w;is my oxiKTtation and 1 have so 
ht'hl, that as the iJovenunent of the I'nited 
States assumed command of the military 
forces employed in the State, if rtoitld also 
be n-sponsilile for and would a.ssume all 
the obligations incurred, for the support 
and employment of tlu^se forces. The I'ni- 
ted States 'troops had served with the State 
Militix The transportation foreaclihad been 
furnished l>y the State. The tiuartermas- 
ters and Commi.ssarie.s of the .Militia had 
e(jually .<)erved both das.ses of trooju;. 
Much of tiie transportation originally fur- 
nished l)y the State was retained by the 
I'uited Stales and etu ploy eil iji its service 
for nearly three months, after .Major Gen- 
eral I'ope took command in this Military 
i)e|>arlment. 

Kvery ellbrt was made with the authori- 
ties at \\'a.-hingtou to have these expen.ses 
arising out of the Tiidian raid promi)tly met 
by the General Government; and could 
that desiral)le arrangement have been ef- 
fected it would have supeivetled the nifos- 
sity of negotiating tho war loan author- 
ized. 

In answer to my several nppUoations to 
th'.' Secn'tary of War on this subject, he 
ha-i transmitted to me among other papers, 
a letter of (iuartniasler General Meigs, to 
whom the Honorable Seci-etary had refer- 
r. il my reipiest, for an opinion, a.s to the 
authority of tho Department in the prom- 
ises. 

The letter very clearly states the rea- 
sons why the department could not, at 
that time, j>rovide for tin; jniyment of the 
claims and expenses and is as follows : 

QciRTKn-VASTKR (iENRRAl.'j OKFICB, I 

Wasliiiiiitoii City, Oct. :51. IsOJ. t 

IIos. Eowis M. Sti»t«>n, 

iiccrctury of War, Washinstoii, D. C. 

Sir : — I h.ive the honor to acknowledge the rfctipt 
of a c»miimiiii-ati'>ii frmi the IIoii. .Vle.xar.dor Kam- 
sey, liovermir of Mimujota, in referenoe tii the ex- 
jieii.-ies incurred in that Plate, en account of the ro- 
cvn: outUruiik of tht Sioii.i Indians, referred by yuu 
fur a report on tlie followinj; pjinls : 

1 . WTiefh»-r ther* U any apt>ropriation out of which 
llie daim can l>>r paid * 

'.>. If there be sucti appropri.-xtion, what aum should 
be paid? 

Thf fol'.owini; ri-;>ort U renp-.-tfully mibniitted : 

1st. The spproprialion.'i for the Quartermnster's 
Department ari- liascd upon estimates in.id.- in accord- 
nnc-.- with exi-itin;* acts of Coiijrrp.^i.and the rcirulation* 
of the War Dei>arU'.iciit, authorized by tho*s; acts. 

These do not provide fi>r the e\pe!isoj of St.ite 
Iruop.i not called iiit-) the scrvicu of th« tlidted Stalra. 
ThcTi- is no appropriation under tlie c-mlrol of the 
Quarterma-iter'i Uepnrtiiient, f rotn which th.- expfiisn 
incurred for such State lro>.p-i can be paid. Kx- 
penses incum-d for the moTem-iit and operation of 
voluuti^er or drafted inililbt mustered into the l*r- 
viC'.- of the t'nited State-), under oxi->tln!; Ia'»s, and 
luied iu th« war a/itiiist the htouit can bu paid t'roiu 
tlie exi.-itiii? appropriation. 

Therefore, when tho Crovernnimt of a State or Ter- 
ritory has incurred expenses in defi-ndint; the people 
• if sjiid St.-\tc or Territory from tho attacks of Indian.*. 
Congre** has provided, after the events, by special a:-t 
and appropriation for the scttl-ment of the claim. i<ei." 
act of Feb. lilii, 1S:>I, (Vol. P, p. 5(V5) " To settle 
and adjust tlie expeii.'.i'S of Ihe people of Oreiron in 
d*riidinfr tlieniMves from the attacks and hostilities 
cf Tiousc Indians; " and Feb. •J7th, 1-."1, (V.d. P, 
p. .^7:1.) " for reimbursing the State of Florida for 
money ailvanced and paid, and for expeiuevincurrcd 
and obligations contracted by said State for sntisist- 
enne. suxplies and services of local troops called into 
service." 

•iml. It cannot be determined what sum should be 
paid in this case, until a full and detailed statement nf 
the actual and neces.ssry expenses incurrecl has been 
pfewnte.1, wliWU stateiaent idiould be accompanied by 
proper vouchers, and siiti-factory proof nf Ihe correct - 
nes.s thereof, authenticated ta ounfurmiQ- with the 
usaces of the department. 

The communication of Oorcriior Ram«ey U here- 
with rcipectfully returned. 
I remain, 

■ Very rcspectfullj-, 

Vour ol.M't'.icrv't, 

.M. C. .MKICS, 
Q-.iarterma.'*tLr Ueneral. 



ed. methodize^^nd arrw^I. so jw to secuit; U If has been foui|d diflj -uH to reach elfee, ' 
rt\siHVtt*id exifcj|inat|t^n (jfthe report vfhtn t ftally the lio'id holdeM^.t!in.mo.-t of xvho» 
it is made, U^si^ertis :\)Jtisab^ tliat the ii^.t cling to tJiis hojie. tiiat tlw Uniijer.-iih* 
Trt^side^ ati.l«>!Lst, o^.* the /Commission ■bK;iids are State obligations. 1 1 'J 

shouhl be a genth'jiian of expei-ience in the j A j.i.rlion of the other indebtedness h:is ' 
practice of llu; courts of law, who should i been settled with lands tit a valuation wiiich 
1)0 properly compensate.1 for his services. | must lie satisf.ictorv to the State, and which 



iCv-fCC.ive l)-i>artm-nt, 
Jri dicial- Uc partm'rn* , - • 
Le«slative, rc/ii:ir.»oi;'i):i, • 

PuIjUc Printiuo', - - , ■ 
It " extra -t.-'sion, 

.«; it^ Pf'iioa, - - • 

I, md 0.£i'?. 

Military K-c?en.Jit!irw, - 

Mij-f-l»»aeou. 

[.■r.r--»: un ttaULuan,, 

Total, 



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i'.».7.'.j ;.f 

js,.;n» i-i 

lr,"4t >^i 

l.-.'l !"> 

D.oli «s 

fi.!-'7 -li 

4,.'>-l.' tiS 

a,:i:;4 •-£!> 

2il,l'tl 4) 



K.\.ecuiUe I» -partjiiont, 
/mliclal lii'parlment, 
tje!;i-4;itir« Btpartoieat, 
L.ud U;R-:e. 
I'ui.lic I'riutiiir, - 
.»::ito< I*ri.*>n, - ^.' 
IJepaieinf O»pitol» .uV 
Interest ou Loans, - . . ' ,^ 
J4ijceHaa?ou>, - ' V«"^ 



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Th.' following 13 his e.^timatt* o: tiie or- 
diiiary ex]ieii.=o3 of the State Oov.^nitnent 
Itfrthf; fiscal yesrfrem D^'fjemU'r ].-.t, it^JJ, 
U lit}ctttul >i?r U;t, ItoGi : »^ ..-:,. j ] 

i.i.rnii Ml 
' - -9,Si ! >n} 

.•.•y.'fi'* i!ii 
■ irr,.vj-» 0.1 

, xotSr -i ^ l^0i.7:)) v<) 
Oar re.^aujr'*C3 wr ordiiiary esi.:'rjijituri .s 
ari^ to be derived from the tax of four u.ul 
a half nillls on real and' personal projiPity,; 
from tht' poll txx, if k i.-^ eoritinifed. I'rntu 
»a')or pT prt-^oiiM-.^ boarJ -if rnir--^-.} Stated 
}>'-i:^aeis», rtfcelt»f« tVoift ,lir<? ji-n- r?3i+ oti 
sales (if ■ fnlt.^'l Sti'tM pul)lj.r Izhi^, etc. 

Owing .t* f!j!' ohtlrrt di.=;orgamroii«5'.» i^f 
Ihe westeru ^tu^-i northern counties, it will 
uot be safe to ik^afcuje tho tofcil valuation 
i.riS<;'> a» over $:ii),GW-fm(). 4^t mills 
^■^Jn ll-is Wsis>;ai viMaen3.0i;t) fK». 



On learning that tho State must of ne- 
cessity seek an appropriation from Con- 
gress for tlm payiutnit of tlie Indian war 
exiien.ses. an approximate estimate, which 
was all that it was possilde, at that time to 
obtaui, was miuli! of tile ahaouut thul\vouM 
be requii-ed to meet the obligations which 
had been incurred iiy the State, and which 
it was her bouhden duty to have di.sclkirged. 

That estimate amounted to tht; .sum of 
two hundred thousand dollars: the items of 
which were promptly furnished to the 
.Secretary of War, in season to have tlu^ 
amount included in his estimate of War 
expenses, prepstring for the action of Con- 
gress: aim it is ho|xvl an early appropria- 
tion will be made by that body to relievo 
U8 from embarrassmenL 

Tho Board of Auditorj of "War Claims 
have been in session since the 1.5th day of 
October, and have allowed clainw to tho 
amount of 

The npconpfti and vqn.'hers, in all tlie.^-e 
ca.ses, will, as soou as possible, be trans- 
mitte*! to Washington, and i(i as 1; trust, 
soon will be the case, an appropritition is 
made for the payineui ijf iheju, we shall bo 
euabletl to aeltl'c lUe l>ala!icc of tho claims 
unpaid. .^;,,^;^^^ -J. .,:. 

TU r. COMilTSSfOX TO ASCERTAIN D.VMAGEli. 

By tl»o act of the 2Tth of September, the 
Goveruoc was authorized to appoint three 
discreet and trustworthy citizens of the 
.State, to act as Commissioners, to Imjoiro 
into and ascertain, as far w.s pnicticable the 
number, names and. other iuteresting fact.s 
concerning tho parties killed, and the value, 
ownership, kinds and other statistical ili- 
wants and to this siuu has be..n aildea by \ fonnaliou jp. regard to the property <tes. 

troyod by the Judiaqs. ^tvt act provided 

"that ill ease Hiiy ogeut or goihUlifWOuer 
was appoiuted by the United States au- 
thorities, then no commissiouor slionld be 
appointed under tlris act." 

At an early «lay, after ttie mijoummcnt 
of the late extra session of the Logislatun', 
I iddtttSitotl fi, fiiimiiujucafioii to the Pi-esi- 
dent, 01) tUo .subjecj, iJl fuii_ pj-oppsed Board 
(/f Coiu»ii:i.siQuers, and vyas jntoruiitd J^y 
him iij tvply, tljat be ijit) not pupbqse at 
that time to njuko an/ ^^ppoiiitments; but 
sub.setiuently, the Seciotiii'V of th'5 Jnierior 
infonned me that he wouhf apply to Con- 
gress for authority to appoint such agent. 
I preferretl that the Commiiisiouers 
should lie appointed by the UuiU'(I States 
Goyei-djuje^it, ii3 .such appaivntly was the 
profefouce into f^ogislatitrc, and especially 
for the rea.son that Hoeh taction ou ilui jifitrt. 
of theliovcruii)Cut would be a tacii udfuMs- 
sioM of its (^bljijaiiyi; Jo cy^jpensate the 
uufortujiato iuffororji, 'i'U» W^iort of 't"* 
agent, also, for ob'vjijus reasouSj Uftifhr ob- 
tain more credence at Washington tlmij 
woidd that of air «jeut, acting uudor the 
tuiihority of the StattJ. 

Still, ud th" M'i)' involved would neces- 
sarily j»)J*air ^hu ttVJd^MCM i\. in tje^irablc to 
have pL'rpt'tUi^twd, J attenjiJted to Prfe'W'i*" 
a BoJinl under th« act, aud tendered to 
thn.V several genflemiui a plaoc dn the 
Commission. But they in every eus^'-cje' 
clincii 4iorvin.?, for tho re«Roo that they did 
not deem the per diem of thn'O ijollars i» 
Stale scrip a suflicieut compensutiou for 
ilia "''rvices to be rendered, and for so brief 
a p<»rfo<i ofiil,;© n.s to the fir<it of January. 

Undep these flpcniibS^ttftciiii f would n»- 



th<'irei;eri)us donatio; s of citizens of Xow 
Yoik, Boston. Fhil idelphia. Columbu.s, 
Davvoii, Xenia and ( incinnati, the further 
smi'i of h'.e ti,giMand oue hundred uiiK'ty- 
tiin-e dollars. 

From tho Report t.f Chiof Coilimisi- 
iou(!r Berkey, you wi I harn with what ua- 
ceiient discretion and with how great ben- 
efit to tli(! recij)ients this sum of over thirty 
thoti.-an<l dollars has been disliursed, under 
tlie great embarrassments which have at- 
te;;did his la!)ors a id those of his col- 
jca^ifue.-i,. 

Th' d-Jly ajiiH^Jlls vhich W(^re made to 
them had to be a^sw.- imJ, not as their own 
feeliif.'s might dictate but a.s tljey, us jiub- 
lic oilicors, in tho ('.■> erciso of Jhej^- t^est 
Jndgrnent migfit deem most pradenfc in 
view of their having ;i limited fund -to dis- 
b:ir.s»>, witliout po.s.ses-ng ad«V|uate knowl- 
edge of the number who would eventually 
be dejx'utiiint upon it, <?rthe length of timo 
it would b<? ji..ai-.:s;iry to coiktiuue the p>- 
liefalioAledbv jt. ' .:i 



In the .St. P.-ter district lli-3 mmbei' trf rd^xgCCi 
aided tluriii:; the month 'f .Septeiul>er, u^ 

I)nrinj;the n»iiiilh of tfctolHr, . - - 

|..;.1m;,' Ihe month of VoYeiiber, - - 

li: 111.- Miiiiieapolis district I lie niimber ofrefa- 
^•■:-iaidtd.Juriiii' the moith of September, 

. Wi»S - - • - - • • . ^ - 

Darin;; tlie mofrth of D-tob-r, - - - 

Duriiij; the month of XoveniK-r, 

i;> the .Xnoka ilistiict the i uml)er of refujceet 
a)«c.; during the month ol :«eptember, was - 

U;iriii;ihi.- iv-'/;''- of Oot()bu-, - - . - 

Buriu-f iMiuoatLwa' X'j*'«iti'>t.-r, ..V--" - . 1 1 

In til- .Saint I'aul district liu 4:; J,-;hcr of refugees 
aiiU'd il'ii'iiiK tlie month of isepii-niVv.', was 

iJiiri'i.i; the month of Octo!» r, - . 

fiuniig tl;e month of Novell. IHr, - 

Makjn^ t!y wi^Je numl»er of Vefupees Ip tb'e 
M-vt-riiJ «L'sSi-fui »«..<• Xy the Oi(iiiuiSk)<>it«ni 
tiuriii;; tiie month ot 4-^-|ttttui,ur , 

ttnrti.^J.'ie month of OctolH'f, - - / 

Uuriiv.'tlu.-iu'.'iit,'; 'ft Noveu^ier, 



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StJi! 

21.') 

t*(> 

fill: 

4(>0 



b.'.»3t 



.^^, - . . s^t-JiJ^^f""-^'^®'"*^'^''*'*^''^*^'^?''^*^*"'^*^ 

The ConMuissionei* o.siimate that about cou*i*^i«tt!vO^*'iii> ^^e*-' «04{K^-Y»P?^ /:'?.. '^^ 
five hundred will mpiire support during [ilcrtUat the tni4tM)fe'ii^~;iv)^e^^^^ 

. .-.liJO it* I 



l^'ii »* .4. 



i 



The spaco of t|ino ullowixl for Uie «!X- 
istenee of the Board wa-i (piite too brief In 
which to gain the full, matrue and thorough 
inforiuation coutempLited by tlic act, or 
for that faithful exannnation of their ca.ses, 
which ill jtMtice, is dno to ti»«! surviving 
unfoi tunato sullerers, who have been bereft, 
of fri( nils und di>prived of j)rope:ly. 

I would therefore suggest, if it should 
b(^ deemed advi.sable by the Legislaiuro to 
takf! any further action on this suliject, and 
provision should be niudo for the appoint- 
ment of Coinnii.stfioijers, iu view of the 
limit of country over which they would 
have to extend their inquiritvs, that they 
.shouhl not bo re.-tricted to a less i)eriod of 
timo than three mouths, in which to jK'r- 
form their labors 

VUE-KMITU)Na ox SCHOOL I.AXD.-}. 

Tho (jucstious long depending between 
the State aud National Goverimient rela- 
tive to pre-ein[)tions ujjon .sejiool Ituids. 
have at length been determined adversely 
to the positiou maiutained by the Attorney 
General. 

However tho law may be which con- 
trols the c;Lse, there can he no doubt tliat 
to the great public interests involved in the 
preservation of the .school fund, the result 
of tho doctrine uimouuced by our courts 
cannot be otherwise than disastrou.-. 

The decisions of the Kegisters and Re- 
ceivers of the local land oIliciM are held 
conclusive, and every pn-'Hunjition, although 
accomjianied by the gros.sest iVauil and per- 
jury, is thus uuaosailable by the State in 
the ordinary legal tribunals of tho land. 

This decision as t*'oserved by the Attor- 
ney Gonend, is likely to open the door to 
a system of frand.s that will menace the 
entire public tlouuiin. 

In view of tho vital importance of tho 
questions involved, it seems desirable that 
they should be fully investigated and de- 
terminetl, by the highest legal tribunal of 
the nation. 1 have therefore advi.scd the 
Attorney to take the ca?e, by writ of error 
to the Supreme Court of the Cnited State.-;. 
\n appropriation to meet the expenses at- 
tendant upon tho conduct of the suit in 
that court will bo necessary. 

In this connection, aud in view of the in- 
crea.sing encroachmenti upon the .school 
lands from this source, I earnestly recom- 
mend to the Jjegislature tho passage of a 
memorial to the Congn^ss of the Cnit '.I 
States, praying for the repeal of tho Joint 
Kesolutious of March 3d, 1857, authorizing 
the pre-emption of .school lands by parties 
settling thereon prior to the survey, or a 
modification of tho provinion so as to ex- 
cej)t the school lands within the territorial 
limits of this Stale from tho oi)oratii)n 
thereof. Although it may be true, that in 
ran? instances the.se res(ilution.s have af- 
forded merited relief to honest and indu.s- 
trious settlers, yet in tho majority of cases 
it is believed they have only allbrtled op- 
portunities for the practices of the disliou- 
e.st aud corrupt. 

It is at lejiot certain, that if it be true, 
that a party by the in''re filing of a false 
aftidavit of settlemt ut with a ministerial 
oflicer m.iy with impunity rob the Slate of 
the faiivst portion of her domain, the 
dangers to tho public intere.-it are by 110 
moans compensated by^he rare insrtances 
of private relief which may, as they occur, 
bo with cipiiU facility reached by the iuter- 
positiou of the Legi.-ilature. 

I'CnUC IXSTRfCTION. 

It is very desirable that there should be 
greater uniformity in the several counties 
and di.stricts of the State in the decision of 
question.-? arising out of the school, revenue 
and tax law.s. As in my judgement tlie 
pu'ilication of the. opinions of the Attor- 
ney (ieneral given on those t >i)ics would 
contribute very greatly to such a result, I 
would respectfully 6Uggi\st that an annual 
appropriation be made for that purpo.se. 
A more general compliance with tho le- 
(piirements of law, on the part of County 
Attorneys, it is hoped will, in the future, 
furnish us with the full and complete crim- 
inal .statistics so essential to the Legislator 
in the iutelligent discharge of his duties. 

Tho report of the State Superiiibnident 
of Puldic Instruction is respectfully sub- 
mitted for your consideration. 

The inability of this Bepartmeut, ever 
since its formation, to present a reliable ta- 
ble of statistics .setting forth the condition 
of the Common Schools of the State, is an 
annually re'curring source of vexation, ari- 
sing, partly, perhaps a.s the Superintendent 
suggesld, from the fre(pjout changes in our 
scliool laws, aud jjossibly also from defects 
iu tho several systemi heretofore estab- 
lished. 

My views upon the necessity of a thor- 
ough and efficient school system have been 
so often exjiressed, on previous occasioni;, 
that it 13 uunecossjiry to repeat them here. 
And your experience in the variovts locali- 
ties whicl^ yqu i-eprescut vyill enable you to 
determine whether tho course of legislation 
upon this matter hati been adapted to the 
wants of the commuuity, aud what changes, 
if auy, are uetHlciL 

You will, I think, ajjree with uie iu the 
conclueiou that our efforts, ou behalf of 
publiu udac»tit)u,w(juld have beeu attended 
with better rcfiulUs if we Uad rtiiiiuuibcred 
that the cheapest system is not always the 
most economical^ aiul that tho ctTciency of 
«Miy system i*ot ra<licaily defi'ctiTe depends 
upon its permanenc*'. 

Tho creation of a fund for .school pnqio- 
i^es, f(-(jtp t>hc .sales of ec''>ool laiuls addd a 
now iftterest to ihia imporiunt ?.ubjoct.— ^ 
The ODlurgcment of this fund, as theSuper- 
iutendent sugge^tH, will result in time iu the 
o^tablitthineut of a distinct department of 
public in-structiou. Until thiu uhall be 
done, however, itaffoi-ds me pleasure to be 
able to state, that this] important ilepail- 
n^eiu id iii ^1^0 hands of a geutletnau fully 
sensible of tho iinp{<rt4nce pfits (jutiea ^lld 
zealous fur their oihcient d|sciu*i:gK. 

Iiat(vvith.staudiitg the draft upon the fi- 
nancea of the BU\U\ occjisipnctl bj i^he ^^ar, 
retiulting In tho uecoiisity of omiUing tUe 
u^alappro|n-iation for the Normal School 
at Wiuona,.it« friends have not abated any 
portion of their zeal or interest, in this ou- 
teqiri-sc, and look witli confidence to its re- 
(ji;ij:i»»ij5a^ion, »o soon as the Legislalure 
shall Vet^nsUfled fo be^fuw thft V(SUifl fa- 
vors Qpon ^hat Insptutiou, uhich it i'h 
fofldly hojiod may l)e at no distant day. 
l^Qt furvher Infqn^jatioUiOf tho pmsen^ con- 
diiion of thia ins|.itnjipn a«d qf iw prqs- 
l>octs and hojios for tho futurt*, you are re- 
jipeetfuUy referrod to tho poport of the Su- 
I)eriutendent. 

FINAXCE.S Ol- TlIK UXIVKItSITV. 

'fh^ j/)glftlff^!^^'p, ^\ it*i 1»^ regular .ses- 
sion, authorize4 the Jiegeijts uf ihe S},a|.e 
UjUVOfsity tt) attempt a ILqnidation of the 
indeblodnoM o| th»t iiwtitation, by the 
conveyance of the UnnU with which it js 
eudowed. The attention of tho llegv'iits 
htt.^ aoconlhjgiy beeu directed to that ob- 
ject during the year 

The lands have l>een offered to the vari- 
;;C3 classes of creditors, at viduations to be 
placed apon-theu by dhoiiterei^d apprai- 

.L|)^' ' ' ,'•■-■•-'*•■ «l.-;i, J r^-» t~.s . •-■ ■■•■ ■■- .>--J ».■. 
'^•.. ;-... .... .,.:.: -.Hi. -J o; f-<,'..d I ..ti. .'••'-.•:. ;■ 

':i/ u_:i,I 1(1.' t«- -iSui; iiu<. i\i oS:ii>. . 
.l-tlH'jiiiii" -a-'i 1 



IS not niequitalile to the ciwliloi-3. A lie- 
ginning has thus been elfected, towards :i 
release of l!ie Universily from the incubus j 
whicii hiii so long re.-teij upon it, and a di.s- j 
position shown on tlie pari of the Hegcnts to ! 
i\o what lies in their |).)wer. to iiMv-t its ob- 
litiations. It is hoped that all the cr-'di- 
tors may be jier.suaded to a(!cept the e(iui- 
tablc projiosals inaile to theni. 

I)ISI»osiri(.i.N UK JN.SAXi: I'ATIEXT.S. 

l-'nder the advico of the Legislature, I 
:uldre,s.sed tlie (Jov.'rnors of several of the 
Northwestern States, last .spring, to ascer- 
tain whether they would receive and care 
for a limited number of the in-uiic of this 
State in their curative asylum.s, and if so, 
upon wimt terms. 

The only i'avorablo re.-pon.se canv^ from 
Iowa, where the autliorities agrec<l to re- 
ceive .such patients :istlie Stale migh; send, 
not i-xceeJiiig twenty in number, at the 
charge of Ihrct! dollars per week for boar.l, 
caic and attendance ; and that the m.'ce-;- 
sary clothing the patient might retjuiro 
would bo furnished at wiiolesalc Jirico, 
which it v.-as judged would not average ov- 
er fifty ilollars pi'r annum, 'i'hcse charges 
to be met in tiuarterly ]);iymcnt.s. 

Alti'r due pulilic iiulico given liy the 
S';>cretar}- of St.ite, six ji'Mvoiis froin the 
counties of Mcel;er, Wa-hin rton and Ram- 
sey were ass«nnbled in tiiis < iiy and jilaced 
iu charge of the agent apiioiiitud for the 
purpo.-e of taking tlicni to the lowa Asy- 
iiiiu for Inane, and were by him deliv- 
ered to tlie Superintendent of "that in:,titu- 
tion on the -Itii of December last 

An account :-hould be kej;t with the 
.several coui.ties fi-oni which Ihe.so jnitients 
are received, and they should be required 
to reimburse th»» State Treasury for the e.x- 
jH-'iises thus incurred. 

The apjiropriation made at the extra 
.se.-sion for the .support of tho Insane, will 
b<> .'■ullicieiit to lut.'etall charges to Decem- 
ber llh, li-G.t. if there should bo no increase 
of number.-; but as there probably will bo. 
I reconinun 1 th'; ajipropriatiou of a few 
thou.sand doliars, to inc't po.ssiblo contin- 
gences. 

miiKAf or I'lHLic' i.AXUs. 

Tiie operations in the Bureau of Public 
Lands which have been conducted with 
great prudence and ability, are j)0.=sessed of 
the highest iulere.-^.t and giving, as they 
j do, a faint glim)).se of the immense 
value of public lands u:ider tho .sev- 
eral deiiominatiohs of Scliool Lands, 
Ca-ilal lan'!^. Salt .-priii? land.-;, Swamp 
lands, Agricultural college lands, will 
induce tho L^'o is-lature to continue its 
careful guurdi;in.;hip of this imnienso 
ettate, which will, in due time, pay tlio 
public debt, erect all tin? ncces.-^ury 
public building.'!, educate its (.'hildren anl 
meet the ii!'ces.sa"y exj)enditures of the 
Ste.te. without report to taxatiuii. 

Tiiis can be surely do.ie. but the closest 
vigilance will have to b<! exerci-ed, not 
only by you. gentlemen, but by the succe- 
siv(! Lejjihlators that may have tho intere.--ls 
and destinies of the State in cliargo. 

The rock, ujion which tho like lich en- 
dowments of some other Stales have been 
.-stranded, .should be u jierpetual warning 
to the jieopie and their representalivt s. 
and shouhl admonish them to guard with 
zealous care thi.i source of w.'alth. 

During the autuinn, 1 o.^Uf^'J acres, a por- 
tion of the school lends in twenty-two 
counties, were apprai.sej, and in thirteen 
of those counties bT,.^o2 acres were of- 
fered lor sale, and ;»>^,047 acres .sold 
for the aggi-ogate .sum of 8212,5:11. The 
cash received upon the sales v.as S-"il,00'_>.- 
22, and tii- n i.iaiiider, viz, ^190,:"i:>'.l38, 
continue., a lien upon th^ lands sold, bear- 
ing an Tiitere.'t at tJi<' rate of ssVen pc'r 
per cent p'.*r aiiuum. 

Th." interest ui.on the.sc ^alesto June, IsiiS, 

will amount to the KUtii of - - - $7,.'>W.0$ 

Forty-three lliousan.l six liiimlrcd nnd forty- 
two acres are under leaes at an annual 
rent of 4, 1:5s. OS 

Tiiere is in tho Treasury, receipts for sale 
of prass upon school lands ... r>9"2."2S 

The Coni!ui-..-ioner e.-;timato that i^l.'iO,- 
000 will be added to tlje jiernianeiit school 
fund duriisg the pre-^ent year, and that there 
will be, wiih what is now to the cn.'dit of 
that account, thi' sum of iir25,000 for di.s- 
tribution. 

The amount of school land already 
surveyed is stated at 1,250,320 acres. 
Tho agc:regato amount to which the 
State will bo entitled, when all the lands 
havo been surveyed luas betni e.sti mat- 
ed at 2,8SjS,000 acres, much of which 
of course, will not Ixi available for many 
years, and it is fortunate for the interest of 
the school fund that it i.; ,0. 

The vigilant attention uf tho Commi.s- 
aioner of the Land Office will be n'quired 
to secure to tho State the assignment by 
the Genend (jrovermuent of other lands in 
plar.H? of those of which it has h-een d(^- 
priv»?(l by pnhemption anl otherwise. ^Vud 
allhougtj there may bo a diilereiice \r\ the 
valuation, it is hojx'd a partial compon.sa- 
tioii, at least, may thtis be received for the 
los.ses we have sustained. 

The State continues to maintain before 
the Land Olfiee at AVashington its right to 
tlio Kith aud 3(jth .sectious ot the half- 
breed tract on Lake I'epin, or of other 
lands in lieu theiTtff. As also, her right 
to similar sections on the several Kot,- 
erv'ations as they may from time to time 
be added to the domain of public lauds. 

The Swamp lands are among tho most 
valuable of our land grants, as well iu view 
of the amount in acre.s. as of their value for 
tho support of the stuck, in the several 
counties in which they are located. These 
lands, which in very many instances were 
jiassod over by tho early settlors, arc now 
sought for with great avidity by the farm- 
ers living in their vicinarre 

I cannot but trust that the peoj^le aud 
their representatives will continue to have 
iiU iiicrei»sii;« ;,pp);eciation ef the yaluo of 
these lands, and Ivill steadily rasist every 
application that ma^'^ J>rise for their apprrr- 
priation, unles-; for tho most a.ssurod public 
4ieecs.sity and benefit. 

Unless some new policy of this kind is 
inaugurated, thceo swamp lands, whicli I 
confidently antitupate, will, in a few yeai-s, 
furnish us with a largo reserve fund, of 
juil!ioi;s of doljars, to discharge whatever 
of indebtedness ^lie uece.-isiiiosqr \hc fxdlies 
i)f tho State,in its earlier history, may have 
iniPQ.^ed nnoij u.s, as alsp for the orectitm 
aiit'l iijaliUen^nee nf th.j.se great elcemq.sj*- 
imrj' iibstitations which, before inai^y yo^rs, 
tlie'Stute will bo call^Hl upon to erel-t, at a 
cost of severaJ huiulred thousand dollars 
tach, .such as asylums for the Insane, Deaf 
and I)umb, andBliiid, will have been wa.^t- 
od; and uothiny; but taxation, the great hin- 
drance \q in^migra^iuu, will f^o Ipft to ii.^ as 
a resource for such. piq'j>c»scs. 

TllPiw lauds arj> being allotted to u- 
from tluio to Uhio by tli'-' Uuitod St^'te au- 
thorities. Rut, fur obvious reqsims, the 
'prycesri in soiijcwhat sluw, 

As fast as tlie title to them becomes 
absolute in tho State. I trust it tnay be 
stipulated that all proceetls, from tho saica 
thereof, shall be saft^ly invested and s<^mu- 

2'"-i4-£-*a lo 'jii.h oii. 



ly deijcatedio tln\f;re.itpulicobjec|lT haWs 
just' named j^J^Hri' am convinced thiit'aiotlb^ 
iii.:^}'can be done, l^y u^, whi< h wilLso. s(«)a 
entourng*! a lar^' immigration, = as t^e 
knowledge of the fact that the great land 
grants to the State, by the general govern- 
ment are carefully and prutjeutly managed, 
and that ta.xation to every possible degree, 
is tivoided. 

The act of Congri^ss donating public 
lands to the several States and Territories, 
which may provide colleges for the benefit 
of agriculture and tho mechanic arts, ap- 
j)roved on the 5th of July, 1SC2, provides 
in the sincnth clause of tho fifth section, 
that no State shtdl be entitled to the bene- 
fit of tin; act unless it shall e.xpress its ac- 
cejitance thereof, by its Legislature within 
two years from the date of its approval by 
the President 

Under, this act Minnesota is entitled to 
one hundred and twcutj' thousand acres. 
If.sel(^ct('d judiciously and at an early date, 
the fund retilized from so large a donation 
may in eonjuuction with whatever may bo 
favc-d of the University grant richly endow 
an institution of le^iruing of the highest 
character. 

As tlie granfoe.^ of other States, may 
under this act, locate one million of acre's 
witliin the bonlei-s of Minnesota, it is desir- 
able, if lliere is any advantage to bo gained 
by an t:arly selectdon of thojc lands, that 
tho .State should enjoy it. 

1 would therefore advise that you take 
all necessary steps at an early day to pro- 
tect the interests of the State in this re- 
giud. 

BAXK DEPAUT.MKXT. 

There are seven banks of circulation iu 
the State. Two of these namely, the Bank 
of Minnesota, and the Marino Bank are 
entirely new organizations. 

Tho circulation otitstanuing ou the 1st 
of January, 1803, was 811)7,013.00, being 
an inerea.so of 8110,377, since the 1st of 
Jan., 1BC2, which is secured, excepting by 
tv, o of tho banks with bonds of tho United 
States, tho State eight per cent, bonds or 
the State war bonds. The two Banks 
v.liich have their bills secured by the Min- 
nesota Rail Road bonds, have talieu excel- 
lent care of their circulation. 

The Auditor's report gives full and do- 
tailed information of the particular .secur- 
ities deposited in his Department, by each 
of these iii3titiution.s. 

TlIK STATK PRISOX. 

In the States Prison at Stillwater tho 
number 01 convicts, December Ist, 
1601, was 22 

The miiubor received during tho year 
iva.1 ... - - - 7 

Which makes the whole numlicr confin- 
ed during t!io year - - - - 29 
The number discharged by expiration 
of sentence, by pardon of the Presi- 
dent of tho United States or of tho 
Governor, was . - - - 6 
Leavinu' in the Prison on Decendier, 

1. lf^C2 23 

From the reports of the Warden and 
Insijector.-, which present a very lucid 
account of tiie years managomeut of the 
institution, it appears that there were debts 
necessarily contracted, owing to the in- 
cr'a.si.'d yirice of provisions groceries and 
other articles, v.hich exceed the appropria- 
tions, by the amount of 8095.74, which 
iiniount it is desirable, should at once, be 
l)i-ovided for. 

All the cells are at pre.sent occui)ied, and 
an increuso of convicts would render it 
iiece.;':ary to use tho prison horpital as a 
place of confinement 

I would ask your attention to the 
v(>ry judicious suggestions of the Wai*- 
den and luspectoi-s, upon the propriety 
and economy of an iucrea.se of the cell 
accommodations being prepared iu ad- 
vance of the necessities that will .soon 
be forcid upon u.s. I have several times 
heretoforo called the attcutiou of the Le- 
gislature to this subject 

More shop room for the hands is much 
neciled, and it can be very economically 
obtained l)y the addition of another story 
to th<.' maciiine shop, so that .space will be 
given for the ein])loyment of from twenty- 
five to thirtv additional operatives. 

The report states that " the walls of tho 
Warden s residence have not yet fallen but 
will in tho course of another season." I 
feel confident tliat the Legislature^ will not 
need any further appeal, to secure an ap- 
projiriation to jirevent such a dilapida- 
tion. 

The Warden's estimate for corrcnt ex- 
penses for the fiscal year amount to $7,200. 
The eai-nings he estimates 

Of rent of shop and convict labor at ti.SOO 
Keeping of V. S. convicts at the 

.State Prison for the year 1SC3, at 1,600 8,300 00 
Leaving the estimated char^ upon 

the Treasury of - - - $3,400 00 

RAlUlO.U>S. 

The Railroads, that have been the occa- 
sion of so much legi.slation aud of angry 
discu.s.sion, are at length beginning to 
move to tlie consummation their friends so 
lon:r predicted of tiiom. 

'Jen miles dt the Saint Paul and Pacific 
Railroad having boon completed and in 
running order; on the 2nd day of last Jilly, 
the deposit of teu thousand dollars, as a 
pledge of their good intentions, was with- 
drawn by the company, 

Tho track is laid. 1 am informed, upon 
this road for throe mil»?3 beyOnd Saint 
Anthony, and that the company has paid 
for and ha.s on hand 3»,000 crass ties and 
720 tons of iron rails, which the difficulties 
of navigation of last fall compelled them 
to leave at LaCrosse and Ha.stings. 

The President states that the road from 
Saint Anthony to Watab is under contract 
to be completed by the 1st of January, 
1804, and that there is no reason to doubt 
I>ut that it will reach there before the con- 
tract tiin.-'. That so much should haye 
1)0011 acicomplished, in spitn of th^ draft 
which the war is making upon tho energies 
of the country, is 1 trust, a sure guarantee 
for the fluid completion of this ro,ad. 

In compliance with the 3rd Section qf 
tho act <jf ^j.'ireh 10th, 1882, this Com- 
pany ninde a tender of 610,000, in "Min- 
neisota State Rail Houd hoiitU'' W^it^, 
howevcv, J declined| re^ieiving from the 
belief that it was not the kind of security 
contemplated by the law. ' "" '- '-'"^ 

I would, however, suggest whether 
this company, becau.se of the largo exr 
l)Cnditiircs it has already made in the 
building of so important part of the- 
roxu|, am] |n outlays fofits pxtenViqi^-l^ 
ovinciiig a pui-pose on its part to t^^fccute 
the required woi-k— Is not asnfficrigjtft reason 
for relieving them froin the qlt^Ugation to 
make ilju deposit, cud tlms Biluce iheiu on 
an equality with the other/Railroad Com 
paiiiesin the State. 

Tho Winoiia aiid SaJipft Peter Company, 
1 am informod by the Secretary, have com- 
pleted their road Ibr/Joi* thau ten «i'l®8i 
wosjiwartHy from M'iuona, i^nd that the 
cars are already riyanin" Q\or that portion 
of the road. \ .T...' ■ 

I am not atlvi.s(ii] thai any work h4sho«» 
doi|o,(l4rlng the /;Lst .scftsoa.npon either the 
Minneapolis aqt/ Codar Valley or upon tho 
Southern Miiiafsota Road ; hut do not 
doubt, that it-ith the examples of - th« 
Oth<?r companJea as au impulse, and with 
the iniprovci/ condition Of the country, 
they will sobij be sfunulated to action. 



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pTiWio datporatow ofthe Minneapolis anl 
Ce^ir A^irfley C<»mj)an)'. met at Faribault, 
01$ Uie 2'A\ ult., iuld re-organized prepara- 
tory to dctive ojjenitions in the .•^^pring. 

A Joint Re.solution of Congress, ap- 
proved July 12, 1802, authorizes theSt.ito 
of Minnesota to abandon the Rail Road 
land grant ou the line of road from Crow 
Wing to Saint Vincent, and to transfer tho 
grant in aid of a road from some point 
between Saint Anthony and Crow Wing, 
north- ea.sterly to Tiakt; Superior. Tho 
resolution to take effect from th(> filing in 
the General Land Oflic-e of the acceptance 
by the authorities of the State, of such 
exchange or sub.stitution. 

. Your early attention is invited to this 
subject 

MII.ITAKY AFFAIRS. 

During tho past year, the military de- 
partment of the State Government has been 
of increasing importance. The fifth regi- 
ment, second company of Sha»-p-Rhooti?i.s, 
and second battery of light artillery, were 
raised during the early part of the year, and 
were together with tho fourth regiment, sif- 
ter it filled its rank.s, sent, at the opening 
of navigation, to the seat of war. 

AVhen the necessities of the (Jeneral 
Government compelled it to again apjioal 
to the patriotism of the loyal citizens for 
an additional force of 000,000 men to pro- 
tect the integrity and liberties of the coun- 
try, immediate steps were t:dcen to raise 
and organize the quota of troops assigned 
to this State, being 5,302 men. Pursuant 
to orders i.ssued from the Adjutant (ieno- 
rals office for that purpo.se, five new in- 
fantry regiments, numbering iu the agijro- 
gate 4,482 men, and one cavalry regiment 
nunibering 1,200 men were mustered iuto 
the Uniteti States .st-rvico, the former for 
the period of three and tho latter for tho 
period of one year. Thus the tilacrity, with 
which our citizens resjjondcd to the seve- 
ral calls for volunteers, .saved the Stale from 
the necessity of resorting to a draft, and 
even enabled her to furnish the General 
Government 320 troops in ejcccssof tho 
quota. 

Besides the troops mentioned, a number 
of men were recruited for the ohl regi- 
ments, of whom 05 have been rei>ortod to 
the Adjutant General's oQice. 

The organization and o(|uipmont of the 
regiments raised under the two last calls of 
the President have been attended with but 
little exj)ense to tho government; which is 
in part due to the stjict economy practiced 
by the Adjutant General, as acting Quai-- 
tcrmast(!r General. 

During the Indian war, there have also 
been organized 22 companies of irregular 
militia, numbering in tho aggregate over 
1,200 men, who, assisting the United .States 
volunteers, havo done good .service iu pro- 
tecting our frontier. 

To the whole country, and more espec- 
ially to this State, the absence of an avail- 
able militia force has proved a great ca- 
lamity, and I invite your earnest attention 
to tho plan of organizing an efficient aud 
always disposable militia, proposed by tho 
Adjutant General, to whoso report 1 refer 
you for the particulars. 

It is a source of excusable pride, wo 
tru.st to overj' Minncsotian that his State, 
which in 1850 po.?sossed a population of 
only 5,000, should, within the la.st few 
months, have been able to furnish tho Fed- 
ejal goverument with an army of 1 2.000 
men, while at tho same timo she uuiu.led 
crushed out the mo.st formidable Indian up- 
rising known in history. 

Can we over-estimate the future of such 
a people? 

In the war again.st the Sioux Indian.s 
our citizens re.sponded, with alacrity, to the 
call made upon them. Many gallant men 
fell in the service, and many were rettmied 
to their friends with honorable wounds. It 
wasso.also with many of the volunteers, who 
in the haste with which they were com- 
pelled to leave for the frontier, had not 
timo to pass through the formality of behig 
mustered iuto the service. 

I therefore beg of you; at an early day 
of the session, to present their case, in the 
fonn of a memoiial, to the Congress of tho 
United States, and ask that the familie.^ of 
the slain, a.-) well as the wounded, may bo 
placed on the pension rolls of tlie country. 
In the months of June and Jid.v, 1 I)er,- 
sonally called upon every sick and wound- 
ed Minnesota soldier, then in the St Louis 
Hospitals, and also visited the Regiments 
and Batteries of Artillery in Tenaes.-jee, 
Mississippi and Alabama. 

ITirough the agency of gentlemen ap- 
pointed at New York aud Phihulclphia, 
and others occasionally sent to St Louii*, 
Cairo, and other points on the Missis.si])pi, 
and to Kentucky, many who had been lin- 
gering hopelessly in the hospitals, havo 
been discharged, and the comfort of others 
has been iin})roved. - - 

TIIK IXDIAX W.VIt. 

In my message to the Log-islatnre at its 
extra session iu September last, I gave, in 
detail, a history of the Sioux raid upon 
our borders, so far as it had then trans- 
pired. 

At that time, Col. Sibley, with a com- 
mand of fifttM?n hundred men, had just ar- 
rived at Fort liidglev, under instructions 
to pro.secuto offi'iisive operations with all 
possible vigor aud dispatch. 

Some three hundred women and children 
were captives in the hands of thase fiend.s, 
exposed to all the insults and outrages 
which savage in<»«nuitv couUl devise or 
demoniac lust and mali)<;nity infiict 

The rescue of these persons, from a cap- 
tivity worse than death, was the first object 
which engaged the attention of our fbreea 
and their commaiuier Pos-sessed of an tu- 
timate knotlfletlge of tlie liabits and char-i 
aetef of Uio wily fee, iiifith whoni he wns 
to deal, acquired from a long residence iu 
their vicinity. Col. Sibley adopted a tem- 
porizing policy nnstiited, indeed, to the in-' 
tensely exciteil slate of the pulilic mind, 
but which suhtsequent events have abui*' 
4antly ju-stified, 

A loii'j line of rescued wonicn and chiM- 
ren pQurmg into the camp and restorevl to, 
^\e ayiivs of ■'^■eephig husbands and fathers;^ 
soon attested the wisdom and humanity of 
the oQicer in coiumood. 

Tjiis object having been thus haiJi)ily atr 
taii^ctl. Colonel Sibley turned his atteu- 
tirVn to the chastisement of the wn-tche-i, 
whose bloody butcheries had dovastate(| 
our borders. The palhMrt hejwiHg of oui- 
jjij!di<)w at B-i*h Cualie and Wood Lake, 
tau""ht the Sioux his own weakness and tho 
strength of tho foe who.se vengeance he had 
invoked. And more than 2,000 Indian.^ 
hastened to throw themselves upon the 
merey of those to whom they luul shown 
no mercy, while the scattered fe-\X k»tv-»^ 
still adhered to the fortuues of Little Crovy 
fled to the plains aud sought protectioa 
WMi\g ^h« kifiidred tribes of the West, 
ydrts Bidgley ajod Ahercrombiift have h^n 
relieved from iinjieudiivi danrrer by tho 
prompt exertions of our forces. 

The threatning aspect of the ChippeWas 
ha."* yleldeil to more pacific counsels, 
and the soil of our State is no longer pol- 
luted by the stealthy tread of hostile lands. 

A» the annals of' savage w*rfiire ftOo^ 
no parallel to this raid of tho Dii^ko^^ "n^ 
the indiscriminqto slaughter, the fiendish' 
oubtige anddifertoiiiac 'rretat \rt)ich •6jX\'q' 
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I'nl- in v;i;n f.>r ;;i\ ojif'>ri\iTi oftlii.i nwu'i'.i- M;;y .-ho raist* ;irmit' aii>l taki> |u-i.-i>iiiM>-, 

T •■] •. v.hi.Ji iv-in KtTii '**> j>i'6:liptK- «i:^ » aHd sh*!!! mh'muU ^lisp-SVo of V.ioSi- pri .ni- 1 -^ "M A* ?> 

fii'-v-t!;a'ly iiuclU'il. <r- w'.vw tala n .' 

lii'tnriii ,"• pi\i<v ami s(Viirity have Tin'.-'* sr.'^ ijnv-'t'ivi ;. <r»':itlo!i;eu, of uoi'p 
rrv-; ;i i o li- l).>nUT.'. A cordnu anJ •■:i_'-:t>-<iti;j; iattri'. t to ojur po>>[i!«', ami ILitiiii|>.>4 ivixil ITlxtuires^ 
o: iai.iul.y stutio:' 'l ^itliiil t'a.^ <'(HB!im!ii-i t.^llliolu yoiir iiir.'.iul (\fJi-klPratioii i-i iisvi- [ 
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oiuip .!■,; :;>,:> iii ■ I'jx ;.ii.u''or''arly .-jprinu' ■ ii»> iluu'-t that you will ta'xO sii"h a ti.i.'i ' 
t.'tla-M .1. : •- t'.i'- p.jiw>a!^,Wc-U ,:L.ir>»*t t^i^i^iy^idU^iiUil.-ilit'iily oro:;-Stat>'ia:'y 
viiijfOimfo iij>t)ii till- low wlio havo o-\Mj>'><l. ' Iv fully viialioatoil an I inaiiitain'tl. 
iu lat:> a-yluiii.- to whiiii thoy ::avt' rotn aioil. j na monat. .\kkaI!:.-j. 

AX ISWan- Tohicr. ' j 'rho'i)roporti^ii'* f)f that iri-aiitto rol»ol- 

r.ii; \vl;i',i' a si-;i-o of iHTlo.-t .-ocaritv lioii. whoso lir.r niuriiiur, oiirliti'on niontii.-i 
t; : 1 :i;! ."itr;^ ', i 'V," j!.TTaIo»- oar tnoi^ apfv\ somaiO'.icJ tho" j.ation to arm-, if iu 
«'\|i >- li iV. .il. . -. '.vhili' tho s-.vonl of tin' somon sp vt-iuiinini.-li >il, un'uuliappily .>;till 
1:1 .' .'v p*>wor H ,»asj) nui-'J abo\o tla" ! f<Jriuii!;;l»lo., .. , 
!. I '.- ''f t 'to oft.'ti<ior>, thr« ooonrroiu-o.^ of j Tlio l)rillia»t sorio.-; of ,victoiios. whioh in 
! . ; t' . ;.i 'It'll- iiavo lauijht onr jm'o- : tlio oarly half of thopust yoar. oarrioil tho 
I, i i-. af5(l ■11j<' ahthoiitits of tnuiiipiiant on-;r?if4of flil* VopuMit far int.* 

:\ - .N;il;oa iww tiioori>'.s of lavli- tho hoart ,.f th > Coal' il'iato Statos, ha\o 

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t!i. I ■yoiul our honh'r.s ha-; !>'- 

1 .111 ■ ;ui iiaiToratit,' «o>'ihl*;i<'(4'.--Jf?A-. 

Tiro mo":il ivm^ ]'!n>ijai -art-tr oftiiefn- 
u; m r:vt-! ti : ili ■ risin: foiiuuoi of onr 
>i;ilo F%)<iuiiv It ; ^i«l-U»^ mtittHi voice of- 
orr p.'i'plo iir;»aii<l it. . v 

T •■ ;■ '.''V.iitii'ii of t'aosf sava^^N a.i In-'' 
(it pi- 1 i. Ml iKilioiis. foiBpolvnit ta iWlare 
w.!!-. !■■ t:iAiio hiv.s for tli-ir own ^uitlano<». 
.. ! a!i I (li-:po.-!:> of propirty, ha- 

; ;! f-au.l nnon the iuJia'.ls. It 
- :. , ', •- the.<o ifxaoi'aut sav- 

a^i - t.) a fii.silion, iv> v.airh their wiKl ami 
ri>vi:icr Iv.v'ut- :'.rd their- chiM-liko ijrno nmoo 
: ;■. ::i aad whil<* a;i'i)nUii;if 
-i.i'ii.i.iiiy for tlio frauilii jol 
.,;;- has t.ui^ht t'uu iuiiiiUi only 
. .■ iu Iti.-* »loavaa<ls, a is.^jtompt for 
.. . !; >iity, aiiU a .-.uipicion of llw iutvij- 
i'r, ■ K .ovi rnnu'ar. 

: :- a: loa>t certuui, tliat th.^ o.viotoatv.' 

■ : ■ - if l>;:rl»aria:i.-. a.* ia>K'p"M.lont na- 

!i.i t- within thr'torritorhii liaiit-i of a .-tato, 

i:i \ \-'\ ■'- of country carvotf owi tif tlij* 

n: ' ; ortioa of its t^^rritory, sur- 

iy iK>pul»<u< foimminitiiv -mvI 

' '^'i- nil vilhiix*'-. "Vi-r whi'-h an 

i^iUctii'U o\ort^ it-i uatlioi-i-v 

: . •■ ;;:r:i whoso limits all Stato hiv.r-i 

:.■■ • \ _.it 'IV (.'auuot. cortiiiuo wrtUont !«o- 

• ;ho tjrortt!! a:vl pro^pority, 

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-'•;- :' o'tr (■'♦:.■ ';is: t'lo^.• ;vho h"I 
;' ;. . t N.'v, r;:!i;.:ii Fort Uiilsrioy 
iu'.mls wore tiropjy imltraotJ ii: 
: i)f wt'.iuoa a!i>.l rliihinju. Of 
-■i::i •.i.n'- hua'h>^l moii woiii? trioii 
c-.in\A\ ; ' ■■■ a uiilitr.ry comaiis.slon 
pn>i»ptly t. , i. A iivi.ic!mieat ot 

tii.-!o. thi:ty-oi'^hi in nnnif'or, h.ivo roeoivod 
i.y ur ! ■;• "'t' thi* IVijUloa^ a Taoriti'il p'lii* 
. \ t f ■ tJitir actr^v-irtns ownyiv. 'i'hf' 
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for wliioTi ilr*' patriot hot' aro <,'aila!it!y 
cOntVlnHn?, ' 

Atnitl tho jrliiom whioh has thiriii;; iho 
pn-^t yrar cn^hroiiilotl onr distnvtdl oouti- 
try, a!ni tho soer.cs of sava'.rt' oariiai^'J 
\\hi -li iiavo ilva-lat 'li tho fairo.-t jiortions 
I >r.iMir»> wit. Skiif.it i.4, At !i»ft-t sonK! con!«o- 
latioa for u- to Ixuow, tiiaL .Minn.-.-uta has 
oo:itirmoiI promptly to rospomi i«) l!io do- 
nukuJs i>f tho nation. Tiial in tho liayn of 
our i)oril tlio work of rocriiitin;; ha.s iiovor 
(l:i|{^v^^ tiud wkilit ill I sculpinif knifo of 
tlio .-;iva,^;o was dc-trujiuif th^ir lovod oiu-s 
ut homo: that whilo tljoir hiuuiair cot- 
tiwo.s were liirutiuir uj) dio inidniirlit hour, 
hor sons havo f^llowoi! f hoir bannor to tho 
front. u[)on tii-' hanks of tlio rotoniao. or 
ni't a sohliorMtloata upon th<' viotorious 
lioiiLs of tho houlh-wo,-.{. ami their ti^allant 
rx[i|oiti havp won f>jr our .*^tato an hupor- 
i.-hahlo na:u<>. 

W'hilo it is triK" that thr* dooisin? vioto- 
rios. whioh th« uiorcui ial teuijiorauioiit of 
ourjv'v.plo iiavo tlomuKloil air .still <hLiy- 
»(!. wo may roniombor that the annals of 
lii-tory all" Uvl no nvoni of an onliro .sap- 
pn'-.>ijjin gf a srror.t popular rovolt. in the 
j^paoo of a fow liriof luunths. 

Tlio i>ii;,'hty f >rvV^ of a ■:^roat nation aro 
-.lowly o:-q;ar:ij:o.!. ami often rot;uJoil ami 
ch'^okod fi)r a l>nof pori >>1 l>y that furion^ 
enorri-. v.liioh]; iruir^n? tho 'first lilvnvs of 
rtheiiioii, drivi ■« its hlin IhI votaiios on t- 
(loi^I^ of ik'sporate duii \%. Dui the i»at!i- 
Otio f.irtituilo of a people ouira;.'oJ in a ju.st 
cau-o. -npnorto-l t)y the jirostiixo of ostab- 
lishtnT powers und the e.:hausth'-s resource, 
ot a pro-p'>rf)n> nation, i; ithers w^w st!-<'u;rth 
ia the contocit as tiie spasinoiiic eucriries of 
tri'.ison d"eay. 

We may al-o n':Tie:nl.pr. tiir.t the dear 
b.-v'i'.Hit hoaor.^ of a fiartvn victory are not 
t:io only fruits of the ptitriotic exertions of 
on:- people. 

In addition to tho 0: pturo of XfTi- Or- 
loan-.' louu: ruled Ayi.soly ai.il well by tli^ 
Vador of ;i vii toriou^ IV ioral army, the 
ro.4*no of Kentucky uml Mis.>i>ari. to who.<o 
poo; li' the bayonets of 1< yal .^-ipia Irons hav!- 
ahoaiiy b.-on tho irlear jinjf har!)ini;ors ol 
euKUiiipLition, a vietor", more jrraiid tliuii 
a'ly whioh is wranir Ir.'Ui hostile l?u*ion.- 
aniid tiio di.smal thumiors oi baltU's. ha^ 
'oeon a -hievod. 

We may almost tjay, hut to-tlay, t'lo .su". 
ill his eour.s" sliinos vpoit !io Amorioan 
IJomUiihiiK Hy tho riiHainatioM oftli'' 
Fhwidoiit. tlh.' •iihac-kh*- have Ihllya from 
tho limbs of nearly ever .' slave. 

Por the fir-t time in the hi-tory of tho 
Anio;i'-an Ilopnblic, wo are iu deed, a.- we 
\\a:\. i:A>i>!:Y, rr ^i'",- Ii-i^^-' ^'-'^'i' i'l luuii >, a naiiou of freo- 
a.' a. 

In eondusion sonth nrn let ns ho|w 
that flio \vork thns aiisj.loiously b<i,'un. bv 
tho pen of the rre:;idont,(miy bo carried fur- 
ward by th.t fro h b-.ittalijns whioh tho pa- 
triotic loyalty of ourpcirdeluis so prompt- 
ly furnisJtf.i him: that til' nvor.-os, whirh 
iiave ea^t .;va epiiemvral ;;lc> tin Ovtr t!;o 
ijt'art.^ of tisv imtiou. n»ay, uiulfv loaders »»r 
;»i>prove<l<'ondii»'t ami ir.doul)t'Hl lovaltv. 
ln' .-^^oi'dily wijKtd oui . in viot;.ries lil<e 
tJioM- of llo-ocrans", at Mi;rfr.-'...)ro. J-ii-r- 
iliaii at, \'ii:k-barir. c*!' of llerron ;i; 
Arlvi.j«v«, T'.jat ishall a'.rain rostor'- lo- 

, , .. ciitimat' aut'.ioiitv. throu'»iiout all our I'or- 

our pooj.Ie. wiUa-. ,r.Imatt«}rj,.ryo(iircarr-|.t.;.,^ .^,11 „,.,,. i^^^^e to tiie prou.l o- 

J.d ■•on-i-io.-ui.'-. ^ r ■ <-«doheoaur o;:r comitiy tuiJ rc-e.-,labli>l 



jrsT BECKIVKO AITD 

SEIJLIIVG A^i:ilY LOW, 

1,000 LOOKING CTJISSK8 AXD MIKROKS. 



1862. S]PU1JNG-. 1862. 
DRY GOODS FOB CASH, 



OIL— TKIC VrcilY BEST. 

1,500 UAI.I.ONa AT rr.O.M TniKTT TO FORTY 
CKX13 AOALLO^J, 



SOW IX STUUK, A rt'Li. STOCK OF 

CIIIXA, CliOCKEKY &{1LASSWAHE 

AT WlIOLKSALK AND KKTAIL 

AT PRICKS ML'Cn REDVCIi 



JUST EKCKIVUU, ▲ LARGE STOCK OF 

Xiil>le &; I'oeUot Cutler^-. 

The mi»rchant» v.ho purchase In St. Taul will And 
those goods very desirable, and at 

VKIiY LO\V RAXKS. 



ii.vlior d<'ina!!di'^ it, in- 



\\.\\'. _iu^;:'->- a:; i 

dut''id m'*tw^e^ t«.> kkgwi'a tliv jbS-oiidk'nt* 
a:J roHow.s : 

-n-r nr MivsRs'r.1, KxtrriTirr Itep.vRTSsjrT, 1 

S\;>-r l'.»n . Nm. I'tli, l-tii. ) 



licrt t It •.. .a: 



'\ecati.»n o( every Su>ux Indigo 

■ uUltary «t>urt, «U1 iw ^ unce «)> 

'■-■ wruni; upon iiriiicii)!-.' and jiolioy 

■■- ,.^ p„..^.j,jj. woftM. on all Ae li^r- 

■.; oIl:.-'.;il j-.i.l..;i!iLnt ou theso !<!♦ 






JUST KECKIVED, 

A F I N E A S S O n T M E N T O F 
Silver I?lsitoa 

BRITAI^^NIA \VARE. 

UOUSEKKKMN'O GOODS, LAMPS, &c., 4c. 

WIIOI.r.ESAL AND IlKTAIL. 

U. M.UlViX, TniuD Stkckt. 




OIL! OIL! 



»«0 l>arr.>I^ No. 1, "landard bost quality 

Curboii Oil, 

.Tu.st rcaivcd, amI f»»r »»i« to dt-slor*. 



K-Vti'al 



1). I. WATSON, 
Brick lilock, Kob<»rt-«t., St. rtal. 



E <i 11 A W 



OjviTnor. 

\IvN-,. TV, KsrcrrtvE DKrihTMijS-t, i 
.s.usT l'.»pr-. Xi«T. •.;*, isr;/. ,- 

■ ;r : .. j „>. ,iy f-xer^i*!«f> «f t!i» frfcil r.nrf 
..i- w:!i <-.iv..' U-. lierr, from scctiei 
•i tTi>f if. t«m ttt«tn oTer to rtit 
u_- 1 -....: ; ..:■ I'x-c'Oi'-'". 

An;.\ iiAM'srv. 

liuvcraor. 

"Wliat a.'ti.>u, il' ;uiy, may Vo wivljiaLh' 
0.1 th .' p.irt of ill" iStato with roforene<' to 
tho-«» ei#.vietod and still in JuraJico, iwui 
-u h otho-s a . may be found. i»n tri,tl, ti> 
hav-' [1 :!: i'Mt'd in the outras*"^ »tp<>n 



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b 



' • 



4 



1 vii:.'!! tli'-.' tribes 5u.staii 
t •. -•..;' afi 1 N.itiiWai tjiA-iirnnvnJ ha- 
' .. ■ ]' :; 1 iVnitral tonie of discus-ion liy 
;i-!at-^rv. And aftt^rth;- hijKs"- 

o. _. . , .pivo'-o Iiiu> uhi'-!i soparut*-^ 
tuo riotion of rh«' .■^t.if'^ and Nat!o:ial sr»v- 
troiirnii"S. in th^ir . matioai in pi-aoo and 
war, vdth tho l:i1iil:» r.atit.ns witliin tin i.- 
b jitk'K, eaanoti jn rhajx-, be rc^ai-dcti at> 
di'Snitely .settled. 

Tiio exd^l*iv^ pou. :• <>> ro.T.Iito r.Mn- 
meroe.and undiT a'ld v>ith rifvreao^'^.j tl\is., 
;i. fo ctnitn*! aft orirr.iun" inteiroiiM? \Vi\ii 
thoni. ma-L bo cuiired^d to t^Hsri\'.-^-;. It 
may al-o b' aiinitt d. tliat. th<' power to 
d<'i!aro an 1 coudr.^t w»r. niid of eonso- 
I; ri'.'iil to iloal withidl por-..:i 

t.Dvi 1 .1 arm- aiTaia-t tao nation. :i.s pri.-nM- 
or-> of ^var.art', witii one luq>'>rtantexciif>tiom' 
al.- > v-'-t.-d ia tlie nation. If this i>o true, it 
may al-o fullow tiiattiw^ iiiial ♦k4t'rmi»tt- 
tionofthe United .States nvitivo , to. the 
ili.<pi>.sal t)f jiri.son'Ts. t!i"ir trial and st't>- 
toaco, pardon »>r punishment i.s. concJusive 
upon the Stati«,4UMl thutAsauti'iiee of a 
Unit'nl SUit-'s tri!>anal of ti"iHipi?tMJtjii»is- 
dietian, or tLc panlon vf.tiip; VltJi-idout 
inav 1* tfU'eclually pleadiMl iu imr ol" tiio 



lJI.*ILDi:U, 

Slirtp west Hfdi' of Jack ion. bftwpon Fifth and 
■•^l-xtli «tre.'l-i, wh.rc .v. rvtiiinjf n-.j :inMl in the 
btlii'lins tin.' will be |>rou>i>il> aUtu>l. a u>. 

,£.:/-. !t)bs>iiigd>>ni' at afliortuuticuuiid Kiiroason- 
a4l>' tiTius. ii>vI4-Iy 



th-» glory of th«* Amor can na:no amoiiu' 
the iiafc'ous of the Eartl . 

ALi;X. liAMSKV. 
Sfthitran!, Jan. 7th lS6:k 



^lfeccUauco«5, 

p K ^ A U F T , • 

(ijurscr of SPTcnth an t OUve »tre«t8,) 

HAS IS AnOlTiON T«t[I3 N» W k FULL STt)rK OF 

Gtrocci'ios & l*i»<yvisioiisi, 

A coinp!pt» assortment of 

t^rKENSWAIlK, LAMPS, &c. 

All of which will be sold at the lowest possible 
rat«.'S. 

NEW PLATFORM SCALES, 

'Of Fairbanks' b«»st makf, a1wav<i correct and 
.■j.«dyfor ui.'. ThoH' who lia^fj' IlaT, Grain ot 
KivH vTnck for salo can uav • moi-.rv ;."y pi-jting it 
wf ieht^d. . %pici<»..ff^-it*: \y, 

7*4- 



s 



T. PALL IJIIJIJGE 



11** road at the. wr-st en 1 of the bridjrp bolnj; 
foady f>r travrf, tin' toils an tlio bridR..- In.m If,!lr 
Doc.-iidxT to l>t March, will be reducpd to th.' 
fullovviii); niti'i : 



, . ^ :<HA> a.mou(;an, 

St. T*aul, Dec. IJ. lS.vj._d.cHml. Kcp.iver. 



I 



3»''^j 



JOHN A. STEES, 

CORNER TUUm & MIN iESOTA STUEETS 

ST. PAUL, my. 

Solo acentfor Mtttallic Bu ial Caaeshml Cmakots 
<aaSdftwty, 



|ini*«.*iiliou in->tilutod in our own coHrt^i 

It is, however, bv uo moiuis i:oiii;t>Uvd 
that a court nuutiui; arlhi^ upon :,«.r.^r .: *^:";!;St'a^v"ri;;:^n&.\^""^:^ 
lot m inbf.-i o! the aiiay or navy.is such a " Caitlo and horsf* pfr fica.i. r> " 
tribunal, or liiat a PjT.>idontial pardbn can, 
iu every iri-taneo, dt-privf a .Statu of all 
power of vj->iiiuj» buad.^ af mmttwis, al- 
ihouffh uot her own ciiizea.s, iuvji<ifn£..het 
soil and d' .stroyiu'/ the !'i-.e.-i of-her pyt^jJo, 
with a m'-ritM puni.-hmoiif. Stab' sove-,- 
ivijrnty, without ihi.-i woukl bv a lurre ijau- 
blo, of no avail for tfi«! proto^iiuu of her 
own dignity, or the d^-feiipe of her cilizoui 

The fraiiiei.s of our eoiiatitutioiJ fv4i lliii, 
and rtitii e.\i)ros.s roforenco \r. iho not hi- 
fr.qumt incursions of paVago.^ oil tV fro.u- 
tior lettloinonls, iu the early kistor^ of tJie 
rountiy, in.surtod an imiiirtaat excfij>tionto 
iho oxi'luiive pov.er of lualuug wai- A-ostr«d 
ill t'on!,'rcH.s viz : "No State shjtU fiigiijjo 
ill \tar pn!os3 actually invado«l vr in isiwth 
iniinent ilanger an will not adailt of delav." 

Hoiioe, upon the invuj-iunof Vh-giniaJ>y 
Johrj Brown aiiflUiij a.--«ioiate*, that Sfctto 
unhe-itatin^dy assumed the pov.er of-tryiu'^, 
(•uUvi<"liD3 i*"*' puuLsJiin^, under her ov.n 
laws, the invadws of hor .soil: a powrr 
whiih wa.s thou mvI hji.s *v«rV bfen uu- 
(piostioned. 

So, upon Utd lirst nunor of tho raid njc 
on our bonlors, the Slate Militia WCj-e at 
once summoned to thf r.'.50u'3 idr our eii- 



J O II N A . ST E E S , 

MANrKACrrnJETTASD DEALER CI 

Purnituro and Cabinet "Woro, 

Of every variety of Bt -le and pattern, 

COr.XKR rt!> ASIJ MIN.VKrjOT V SrS., SA1>-T TAVU 

All kindii of lumber taken in trade. i ' 
tailed jiwly 

- — ; ^—^ — -: ■ : — ■ ■»'■•■■■ - 

i^jraifx' btTREDATio^'S. 
IncTemiiity can. be had. 



Stfp« an' brdng tilfonby t u> fiovorninrnt to a,*- 
Ci'r(iiin wlio have sutlVrvJ lu.ss in prum-rtv aud 
tjiocxii'iit Pf «uc?! ia.«?, by ho t;ilc Si«,.ix Indian 
o|tbri-uk, with t!io '•it'w. ui" a4<uxtin;4 thi; nauie. 
iXi'i utM2ertvSa^il&<.va ulliht neG<>«surv Amux.Hnd 
nn- pojisossfd (^' !jiiiH>rior a<iv«ut:ipi'.s' lor luivin^ J 
tllf jc cUuiu lUluwed and Kottlod iu the shvrt*'- 1 
pos«;b!o!utt«', :uid willju've spatial aU«^atii>u to 
such ~.s uje i>):*u«rd iu iheif h tu<l'«. 



t> A L 2.1 E 11 ' S PURE 

V I :n^ K G ^V K . 

Thia i< tin- kind of Vinogar that should tie tiaed 
by all Uon.sokceperi for 

1» I C K r. K s 

AND THE 
I T -<V ii L K . 

It is warrant-?*! puro and wholesome, and to 
gUe perfect satiafaction wherev<?r used. Try it, 

AND YOU WILL HAVE NO OTHEK. 

For .sale at .v.ir works r.n Sib!ey street, and by 
iUlgroc»*r» wlio have an eye to keeping 

CUOICK GOOD.S Vi)tt SALK. 

c. c. Li:wis X' CO. 



H E M C) \ A L 



HAYDEN, KAY & CO,, 

Have rcuiored to 

]>fos. 4:5 and 47 Lalce St., 

Where they are prepared toshowoAsH r.ivKn.sol 

SADDLERY IIAIIDWARE 

:and 
Cai*i*ia.ge rriumniiiigns . 

ThiD largcct and b<?st astsorted stock to be Ibund in 
the NORTHWEST, embracing 



.1 . I .. I— ...:a : 

1>. W. Inifersoll Ac Oo., 

HAVl(Jt'ST KECKIVKO ALABCBSTOCKOF 

SF^iima DRY aooDs, 

. • co;$si«TC(o or : 
FANCY D&ESS GOODS, 

Of evci7 variety of quality, will b« add at priced 

TO SUIT TUS TIMKS. 
Mo(U«d Iforello Cloths, from 10 to 25o per yard I 

PLAID rOIL UBCHF.VKE9, ,.. | _ 
KMnr.OinKRKI) I>01L OE CH£VCISS, 

KVICBY VAUIKTV Of OMALLKY9 

KMunoiDKi'.an and oust ouisailles 

nLL'E, nr.KKX AXD RIXK UKUICVOK LKXIKIITA. 
KNULISH, FUKNOH AND AMKCICAM MOlJtlLIXIt DK 

I.AIN1CS; riuNTKU LAW33 lar 

Or.KAT VAKIBTV. 

A bPLEXDID STOCK OF r.lXGILVMa 

ALSO 

BLACK AND KICH FANCY SILKS. 

ill'.!* AND UoYS' SVMMKn WKAU; 

BUOADCLOTIIS, BLACK & KA^fCY CAaSUiKBKti, 
SATTINUTa, A:(U SL'MUKKCIA>TU9. . 
AtSO 

A VE«T LAUOK STOCK OF 

HOSIEKY, GLO\ KS, 

ASD 

PARASOLS, StrX UMHUKLLAS, KTC, 
ALSO 

A LAItGE STOCK OF 

DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN GOODS, 

BT TUB MECB OR PACKAGC FOE THK 

COXJIVTI^Y TXtA.r>E. 

COUXTKY MKRCIIAXT3 
Can purchase tliwir Goods of u(, and 

SAVE TIME AND MONEY. 
We inTlto tho attention of the ladios to our new 

styles of Cloaks and iLujiilla^. 
O XT li K I>r T I li K STOCK 

WIU. BB 

SOIL.r> FOlEl CASH, 

AT PRICES TO ©EFT COMl'KTITIOX. 
Til*' public are Inrited to Tisit 

OXJK ?*^Ji:W STORK. 

D. W. INGEUSOLL & CO. 
apr30-dl7 8t. raul, Minnesota. 



■V 



^Uu:ilu:ai:t. 



'str 



IR.OIV ancl: STEEL 



HEAVY HARDWARE 



A 



: W II O L E S A L E 

A largo assortment of Now Style 



Hoods. ISIiibias, 

Sonta^j^s and Ooiufbirtcrs, 

ALSO 

MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWER^, 

WOOL SOCKS. 
Buolc GJ-loves &> MCittenfl, 

liaviug a !iurplu».of tbeie goods w<i 
W I L L CLOSE TIIE jI_OUT . A T_ JBA RCwV.I X^- 

•>«l'»";»iroCttii & Camp. / 

nov™) 



CARPETS. 

CARPE'TS CHEAP. 
CAIIPETS CHEAP. 

JOSEPH BUGBEE, 

TI1IRI)-ST.. ABOVE THE BRIDGE, 



O R I> E H 
ISHEET IltO^X, 

NORWAY NAIL BODS, 
BURDEN'S HORSE SHOES, 

ISTails and Spikes, 
SLEIGH SHOES, 

CUTTER SHOES 

.,..,. J J.....'. 

SleigrU and Cuttei 

It XJ IV IV E its, 

Bent Cutter Stuff, 

HALL, KIMBARK & CO., 

C H I C A O O . 

agt-ly 

plONEER FOUNDRY AND 
AGRICULTURAL WORKS, 

Corner of Fifth and Tiko streets. 

This Ohtatili.shnient is now in iXiIl operation, an 
is prxpared to furnirih all kinds of 

IRON AND BRASS 

CASTINGS, FORGING, &c., 

at the lowest Eastern rates, viz. Heavy Mill cast 
ings, Colnmn!>, Sash wei^hta. Grate Kara, Sleigh 
shoes, Ar., three cents per pound. IJrass cast- 
ings, Babbit metal, '£b to 9fi cunts per pound. 
Lathe work $.'t.UO per day. I'articular attoiitiou 
riven to Steuin Engine anil Roller \york. Thresh- 
in^t Jtacliine repairing jiromptly attended to. 

.Meam Eu4;iiu'i> and DuUer.s, Threshing niuchincs, 
new aud sucoud handed, fur salu or exchange 
rery low. 

OILMAN k. RUSIINELL. 

St. Paul, July 6th, ISiy, dly 

I ^ O N . 

J. B. B«.A.r>E]V, 

: UEAUCK IX 

mo]S", :n^ails, steel, 

SI'RINGS. AXLES. CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS, 

L'.iatht!r Belting, Coil Chain, Hori^e Nnlls aud 

Shoes, Thimble Ski'in.< aud Ha.vo3, 

Window Sash and (ilass. Axes, Kettles, Shelf and 

Iloan'y Harcl-waro, 

PITTSBURGH COAL 
A LARG£ STOCK OF PLOWS, 

WarehouaA on Tliird street, between Mlrinesot. 
and Cedar-sts., St. Paul. od^-tf 

ixON'S STOVE POLISH AND 



WINTER AIM:AN(;i:MENT. 

AUP.IVAL ANO DKfAHTfni: OK MAILS. 

For I^aCrosst* — Eastern Mail — Leaves daily, ex- 
3ept Kriiiiiy, at '> A. M. 

Arrives daily, rxcept Tue=d.iy, at 8 r. M. 

For Miuiu'apoli* — leaves daiiV, except Sunday, 
at s A. M. 

Arrivi'.^ d!iUj--^ex<H'5rt .Sunday, at i v. m. 

For Stillwater— leaves daily, except Sunday, at 
7 A. »L 

Arrives d:iily, except .Sunday, at 6 P. M. 

For Hudson— Wvtfs daily, except Sunday, at 

A. M. 

Arrives ilally, except Sundisy, at 7 P. M. 

For Maukuto — leuvits d;iily, excojit Suuday, at 
10 a.m. 

Arriv«M di'iljV, except Sunday, at a! I'jut I'Z M. 

For Northlield — leaves duily, except Sunday, 
at ^ A . M. 

Arrive.-! daily, except .'Sunday, at about 7 P. M. 

For Sunrise City-Cleaves Monday, Wednesday, 
and FiriJayj nt (i a. >:. 

Arrive.s'lm'.-day, Tliur.idav, and .Saturday, at 
about 7 I'. Ji. 

For C:in)ioii FiiI!-;- leaves Tuesday, at 7 A. M. 

Arrive* Weduosday, at 7p.m. 

For It.'d \Viri^—l«';iy:'.-< Wednesday, at 8 A.M. 

Arfrv'i'!' TueKi'.r.y, at n r. M. 

F(U- < ;.rvi'r— leave* Tiiur^idiy, at 7 A. M. 

Arrives Wed:ie.«<5ay, nt 7 I'.^I. 

For Cottase <«rove— li'iive.s Saturday, at 1 P. 31. 

Arrive.-; .Siifiailuy, at \i M. 

31ails leaving biloro 7 -o'clock A. M. close at 

7 P. .M. 

All otliers dose Jmlf an liour before the time of 
departing, except I'-.-istern wliicli c!ose.s at 'J P. M. 

The pustagf upuu all uansieut priuted matter, 
foreign ami doie.e.-^tic, and ujioii a!l letter.s, for- 
tiigu arid domestie, is iiow reniiireil to bo fully 
prepiiid tiy United States postagi> stamj*!", excep"t 
111 ea.si's whi-re iirepayin.'ut on 1. -Iters. &c., to for- 
eign countries is uptiuuul and tlio si-uders do not 
His'.i to ])repay. 

I'l-rsoiis uiailliig li'!((TS, m-wspupers, &e., 
whiAlier doamsitid ar to I'urergn countries, should 
tlieri'fore asci-rlaiii at llns o'lk-e of inniliiig, the 
exact postag.' in e.icli ense ami uliix United btate.s 
l>osia;.'e stumps of suihcieul value to prepay tliu 
lull po.-tage tlioreoii. 

CIIA.S. NK'ilOLS, I'ostiiia.-ter. 

St. Paul, NovLialier I.'>, 180','. 



D 



BLACK LEAD CRUCIRT ES, 

Kor sale at WEST'S l'ap(;r, Tin aud Hag AVare 
Houte, where you can buy Stove I'ipe live cents 
less than at other stores. Also, all kinds of sec- 
ond hand Merchaudize, old Iron, ISags, .Load, 
Uoppel-, Till, &c. Stoves wanted. Cash Tald on 
delivery. Two and outf-hulf' cents puidlngoodj 
for good Cotton Rags, at 

WEST'S, qn nobert-st.. 

o:.;C-tf Large Stone Building, next to 3d-st. 

Rags wanted— i'or which -Ic per iiouiid will be 
pniil. Mink Trui)s for sale. 



pijsn;dliuwou?* 



TTO U S E F OR r¥n f 

A small house with five roonw, and a good ceJ- 
At, for roilt on easy terms to a good tenant. 
LOCATION CENTRAL. 
Tnquiimat tbi«oificc. s^O-tf 

O T. P A U L CII AIR FA p T ORT. 



Post OiIlc«, St. Paul, :a.iunesota< 

OFFICE IIOUUS. 

On week days from 7 o'clock A. m. to 7,'i o'clock • "1 OQO 
'>n Sundays, from 12 o'clock 3£. to 1 o'clock 

t. M. 



1862. 1862. 



WINTER ARRANGEMEITT. 



' Mxumt% 



G. 



E. S C II N A B E L , 



IN MOFFATT'S CASTLE, CORNER OF 4th 
AND JACKSON STREETS. 

DEAI.En IS 

GKOCJT.liiES, G-I2.A.II^, 

jsJSTy r»RO VISION'S, 

Keep.o constantly on hand a full supply cf Ccrn, 
Corn Meal. Oats and ISran. 

Nice Leaf I.,ard and ijugar Cnff-d hams, 

Auy quantity of butter and eggs. 

He has made arrangements to receive two or 
tliree limes a week from the country the choicest 
roll batter. 

A l.<o agency f>r C. H. II. Baker's extra flour, 
which is pronounced tlii> best iu the eit^-. 

Goods delivered in all parts of tiie city free of 
cJ iaigo. )el :iim 

JJ W . EDDY, 

GrCsici'al Grrocci* 

ANH nr.ALKIt IX 

TEE BEST FAMILY FBOVISIONS, 

FORT STREET, ST. PAUL, 

Keeps constantly on hand the best of Sugars and 
Coil'ee. 

'liie clioici'st Green aud Black Teas. 

Stewart's ^nd iJf'Iclier's .S'. rups. 

nie bei-t family brands Flour. 

Dried fruit.s^'ura Vriiii.'a,.iiJid lo^uori for me- 
dicinal purposes. 

Thtj bcstDiUEy. Buttur. <.-...-:.'- 
. Durkei-'s Siiiecs. 

The celeU-ated Dandelion CofTofl. 

Laiub'ii liaiiis an<i Ame.s' Dr;;-d Beef, 

Wooden aud Earthen Ware, tc. 

Which will be soli as low as tiie lowest and de' 
Uvered proniptly, 

FliEE OF CUARGE. 
Jc27- d ly ' 

jo E Y2i OLDS & McC^UiGAR, 
Wholesale Gri-ocers 

ANO 

Couixnissioii ]^XcrcltaxttJS, 

UPPER LEVKE. 



aSi-tf 



Saixt Paul. 



CIOU 



X DEPREDATIONS 



I willatU'nd promptly and faiihfully to the co;- 
li)ctiou of claims ari>in;; out of ilic recent dcpre- 
daiioris of the Sioux Indians. 

*iE(). A. NOTTRSE. 

.f"''-tl Alliu iiev :it I,;i\i-. .'St. I'anl. 



K 



1 It B Y ' S C O :a B 1 K E IJ 



■I!.. 
•• .111 



H. G^ALLEY. 



Manu/actarer of 



SPRI.VGS AND AXLErf. UUUS, SI'OKES, TJ ^^^ O N' ' FA R'k! ' U O'U S^E ,' 

i.iV:/. l^''^^^'^^-^. *<^-. *-«♦»•, v.r/i'.// ^ little can ada. inNN.;'' 



tleclO-.lm 



ST. PAUL, MINNK.SOTA. 



PROMtrKTOR. 



Ca3:kiaok Bos.ie.s ano Seats, Esamkij?d G. W. FEW - 

CLoTII, i'ATIi>T LliATliElt, | • • . 

.-'"'•.'' bci • " ■ •0'"'ni: .■ 'I: ■-■': ■ 

. i_:^ Also a large assortmnrtt of Thl' Hotisc Is pleasantly located In Little Cana 

. I da;, on the bank of Li»ke Elizabeth, live mile? frotp 

rrls-m^ ti 77 «, - .J 7>r _. 11-7. - .Saintl*aaL ThrHouart and fixture ar« entirely 

119} se vodar.l ana hlan, m.s, \\ nips ana uw. and hn« be-n titt«'d up more particularly as 
Lashes, Skirting, BridU Collar and ■ 4om« for li^v^id*, and p«r«on8 seeking recrea- 
tion. ■"■- 
._. . The Ilou^e Is provided with boats and all the 
11.ARI4ESS LEATHER, UPCessary lixtiirM ft>r Irantlnjj »nU HBhllig— ami is 

oni' nii!e from Ras.sT.ake, which is considered the 
l>i>iit lisiiiug ground in the .Statt' — wheru.lxiats are 
al«> i«rovide<lfor tfieuj'P of gnest' of the House. 
liDa.-il by day or week at moderate rates. 



All of which will V offered .it 
I?rioe« that \vill not be UndurMold 



Agcnte for 

MowRY's Spi{i:<R<i A>n> AXlEs, Crockjct's 

VAn>n.'4ni:s. 
Dole's Hub Boxing M*;hino and HoUow A^geri. 

IMlAYr»KX, W.V.Kay, P. Wii.sox, 

New York. Chicago. Cinoiunatl, O. 

a2:i<3md ^y^^-j. 



TEONARD & SHEIRE, 

Shop in old Baptiat Church BniUIins* on Flflh 
street, innir Jacks,.n. All Idnds ol Carpenter 
Work done t» order. 



MSHEHIK, ARCHITECT. 
• Ollici- in the same building as Leonaxi' & 
.Sh(}ir.''.s Carpenter Shop, on Fifih .>«»r<-»t, B«>*r 
.laolcson. i><-sigii.s, Plaii.s and Speciii<ratit«ns ftir 
BuDdings of every duticription, prepared on short 
notice. lV>biS-ly 



«laMi:cn?tl .sottlt'iarat:?. A comiimoUtir. wtw ] t. ...... o.^.'^.^M/M.* oilman, Att meys. 



uauj^yn... ------- ^v^omii)tlOUtil^ WtW J -fei. p^^,, Sept. ^1, 18.5. 

aitpoiiitcil bv Mate aiith>jnt_v uikI tUu St;'',^l ■ ^ - ■.'■■ - ■ 



The case coutemi,laU.-U uv tl^ CoustittUion 
hart arisiTi. :> .', • '' 

i 



Io^'^JvJ**r Jihi' ga-at seal of tliclStatP, tliese 



P. 



A K D 



T';,- t'tki^ oomn".;Mi(*r.hf>Minir his roniiuis-i ' 
iiKHiii o:ij»tivLS were takra and l>ya tljibn- > vl.KTo( th.- lata "fmnof iwHing a .sclieir.ir. i.f 



Uassk^KO OtncK m-- 1 H03JP.S4..N Rr.oa., ) 
sy-J*aul, Dec. 1, leaa. ^ 
"VYp beg fta*-<v to nnnotiB -e to \nir friends and 
tho puldic {{;Aa.-ralty that .Mr CHAHLE.S SCHEK- 



©iVl, lU-^tltUtod bv-liiiii; -w^r^ t^OtPaftih coa- ^-tdiwuier, Minnesota, boc.>roe<» a.'mociated with 

') J ui ." )> , . ■ us in the Banking Business from this date. Our 

TioiAu. , . Ji'iu uuiuu ireBi«iuRBm-»wn4e.l. The business at 

H ^U VI'*; 'MiMICf' tieil 4ll0it0aE.i«i!|0 i>*t"J^\^i;.r*"»Ul>.^eontinti«d under the Jirm name 

»wer af eiogaging in war w,.. chr^Wu^VK^:^^^^ ''''^'rnSki^^ Hvmuux^. 



pow< 



uov30-tt 



^ F. lCNlGH'T',-^'->'J'--^^' 

.A. R C Ii I X >J C T ,''"•'••'' 

Will furnish de.sigJM, Plans, Details, Sneclticfition*! 
and Estimate,-* for Iwiildings of pvery Kind, got up 
in the best style for thu roduced price of one pe; 
cent on c'^timnted c^Mt^and will, if retialred, su- 
perintend the erection of the sjiinu, both in the 
city uiid country, af oijuaily l>)\v rate*. Otiice In 
Freiich»h Block. Third street, St. Paul, Mlnne- 
sou. rayM-ftm 



J. 



II. BYERS, 



MAXUFACTIKKR AND DEALER IX 

COPPER, SHEtef iftOK Axh TIN WARE 
orrosiTK THE nio clock, ~"' 

JACKSON STREET. St. Paul, Ml'nnetOtici- 
_ novi4-d&wiy 



/fl L r F T O N HOUSE, 

• rtj'.fl t«i-ra '.-'ol vf.;- 
MANKATO, - -V- • MINNESOTA. 

this Hon so X» aitiuUed near the stemuiboat 
lauding. and1< anaong'tho largest in the Minne- 
sota Valley. Is 

NEW AND NEWLY FURNISHED, 



-Cane and AVood Seat 
C K A. \ lEt t^ I 

, i 1. »li IllJ :l> • 'I'! ' ' ■ •■" 

THE TR.U)E SUPPLIED. 

WABAIHAW STRKET, BKt. STII k OtH, ST. PAt'L 
MIN^tKMOTA^ nOT« 

AMIES' * EXTRA SUGAR CLT^ED 

.".ilV.l • . 

. ,,^ .|. ! "' 

' Tor s|Je by , ■ ^ ' ■ ^ 

nix «. KC. PUTNAM. 

?UR S.. F U RS. F U RS. 
C. J. IvOVlTZ. 
MAjrUFACTUBJiR ,9^ FISK TUBS, OF 

ALL DKSCUPTIONS ANO EVKRYtTYLE, 

TBIKQ ST., Coaoert UaSi Blook, Sajmy Paul 

MA O-K ^R'T'-F-'C* "•'=.■"■;: 

TcLoVc Hauititerj*. 

tf you don't want to masli your tiniers. bm* one 
for :5 cenU, at . E. & H. Y; BELlVs. 

Cofl^lshigh, Boy a patent t'olfee Hlrainer; 
it cloart the coffe^, and suws one tliinl. Only 
•ii cents. K. fc. H. V. BELL; 

. Patent Lifters. Will lift evervtliing hot olf the 
■tttve, Without burning your Hngvjn.. Onlv 'JO 

cenu, E.&.u.r, b>:ll. 

Agenta wanted to canvass t\\\* State for tlit' 
above articles'. A smart uiun ciiu make big wa£ee. 
*'ar tJarticttlare, address, enclosing stanipi'. 

E. & H. v.bki;l, 

Sole Agents for Mluuesota. 
St. Paul, Joly 11th, l«a2. jrii-.1tr. 



And the proprietor, from long e^yeriesoe 1b the 
buiiines*, flatters himself that he will be able to 
aaiisfy the traveling publiCa .....I ' : 

4VCllAROKa KODEnATB,;«r 

Iff. T. C. FLOWJrR, Proi>rietor. 
Manksto, Minn^ April aJlh, l*«». .. 



N " 



r I o E 



•.-c'.i:--i I'rT- !-• 



Came ttimypMca oif tb^ :.^t1) dsiy oTNoiVpiiifc^r,- 

a stray Calf, ri'.l color, with wtiite star in fore- 
li.'»d.' Thh owneT'ian have her by proving prop- 
ert> , i>ayinr clwrre^ and fakiti/t her awav. 
Tin (.MAS THOMAS, 
.; . llH>«»»TowH,\Vinslow's Addition. 
!)t. Paul, Dee. i:{, HW','— dccl4t3* 
— I ^ t ' • « rfT-' " < " ' ■• '/ 1 r '^ 




KCi BARRELS 

*J vl.Tir'..-i:i YTi-i rji^.wi/..'7:iT/..i-in,-»<: 

j <j A »^ o PC o I r. . 

A*JQ A.Qt^AJfTiTrior I ;i A ^ 
'r ' - CHICAG9 CREAM ALE. ;* 
For tale by J. C. h H. C. BUSBANK k Co. 



Reapox* iin<l 3Xo>ver'. 

U. A. I'lTT & CO'S 

I' i .'THRESHING MACHINES. 

• "We are now soliciting orders for the above cele 
brated machiue.-i. 

Persons in want are invited toexainine tJiemat 
our store on Tiiird ."-tre-t, r.- we iVci coi.iidiiif 
our terms uih-l pricvfi, as well as ibd machiuec 
tUemsehes, wi.'fije fous:d sati.-^uctor •'. 

A general as.sortmeui of Agricultural Imple- 
ments on hand. 

J'--::- ^ I.' iCO LS&DEA N. 

iriUNDAS MILLS' ~ 

OELEBRATED XX F.VMUA' FLOUR, 

i ■ ■ For .«al,e in bb!s. oi sacks by 

E. & H. Y. l»«»ll,neftr the Winslow I.ousi ; S 
K. Putnam, cornerMandMarket Sts.; Beaumont 
and Goi-doii, corner 3(1 am! .JacU:'on Sts.; J. 15. 
Slichter, corner of 7th and Jacksuu bis. 
Warranteti tli* best 

NX 1.VM1LY FLOL'K 

ofTered in this inark«>t, Orders from Iloit-l a 
Bak<»ra and others shall have prouipt attention 
and immediat'.! delivery. 
maris .T. ."5. AUCIIIBALD. 

TTORN, LUND&GALUSHA, 
ATTORNEYS k COUNSXLLOiiS AT LAV/, 

(Sucoeesors to Ilora & Giiladhn aud Sanborn & 

Luud; 

SAixf, Pail, JIi>).\;>.i>ta, 
Pr.ictice In all the Courts of the .-vtate. and in the 
Courts of the Cuited States, at Law, iu Chancery 
aqd in Admiralty. — - ■ 

Coliectious carefully and i.rorr;)My atiend;;d to 

nihJ'.t: ly 



MINNESOTA STAGE CO., 

CARRYIXa THS 

NORTHWEST'N EXPRESS 

AND THB 

XJnited States Sfail. 



The roads are well stocked with first claafl 
horses. Concord Coaclies, with careful and expe- 
rienced drivers, all under the control of compe- 
tent agents. 



SCHEDULE OF DEPARTURES FROM SAIXT PAUL . 

For Hastings, Ked Wing, Lake City, Heed's 
Landing, Wabashaw, 31inneiska, Winona and Iji 
Crosse— connecting with the LaCrosse and Mil- 
waukee Uailroad— evc-ry morning at A. M. 

For Stillwater— Daily, atS A. m. 

For Slmkojjee, Jordon, St. Lawrence, Belle 
Plain, Henderson, Ixj Sueur, Ottawa. Traverse de 
Sioux, St. Peter and Maukato— Daily at 2. p. M. 

For Uosemount, Castle liock, Northfield, Can- 
non City, Faribault, Medford, Clinton Falls and 
Owatonna, connecting at Owatonna, for Wiltor- 
St. Mary's, Winnebago Ageucy aud Maukato: 
Also for Uice Lake, Claremont, Wasioja, Man 
torville, Rochester, ChatUeld, aud Winona— Daily 
at 4 A. M. 

For Industriana, Anoka, Orono, Orlando. 
Moutlcello, Clearwater, St. Aupurt* and St. 
Cloud— Daily, at 5 A. n. 

For Sauk Kapids, Belle Prairie, Fort Riplevand 
Crow Wing— Tuesday's, Thursday's and Satur- 
day's at 5 o'clock -v. M. 

For Richmond, Sauk Centre, Alexandria. 
Cliippcwa. Pomme de Terre, Brevkinridgn, Fort 
Abercrombie— Monday's and Wednesday's at i 
o'clock A. M. 

For Sunrise, with connections for Superior 
and Baylield— Monday's Wednesday's and Fri- 
day's, at 7 o'clock A. >r. 

For further particulars inquire at the Genera. 
Office ou Third Street. 

J. C. BURBANK k CO., 
nov24-dly Proprietors. 

1862^ 1862. 1862 



Iinpoirtant to Skippers. 



J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & CO. 

Having been constituted sole agents at St. Paa 
for the 

LACROSSE & MILWAUKEE RAILROAD- 

AND ALSO FOB THJB 

LACROSSE & ST. PAUL STEAJMEBS, 

Would respectfully call your attention to the an 
perlor advantages ofi°ered by them over any other 
competing liue. 

Througli Contracts 

Will be given to all points East, 
ALL CLAIMS FOR 

OVERCHARGES OR DAMAGES, 
Will be settled upon presentation. 

WE HAVE ALSO THK AGEXCY OF 

DAVIDSON'S LINE OF STEAMERS 

On the Minnesota and Upper Mississippi rivers. 

The La Crosse and Milwaukee Line receive and 

forward all freight frkc of wakehousk 

CHARGES AT ST. PAUU 

MERCHANTS who design visiting the East for 
Goodo will please give us a call and obuln full 

PAETICULAES. 

J. C. &. II. C. BURBANK & CO 

St. Paul. Feb, 20, 1802. feb20-d&wly 

J^/£ E R C HANTS' DISPATCH ♦ 
Fast Freiarht ]L.ine, 

OWNED ASD MAXAGED BY 

A.1MICRICAJC JEXPRKSS CO. 

All overcharges settled by J. C. & H. C iJur* 

bank &, Co., Agents. 

New York office, l^ Murray street. 

Boston office, 69 Washington street. 
mari5-dly 

1 OO KJ'^GS SUGAR HOUSE, GOl,- 
-i^\^\^ den and Ambre, a choice article, at 
J. C. & U. C. BURBANK & Co.'s 

A LARGE STOCK OF FINE U- 
Huors and Cigars, whicli we ofier at prices 
that will insure quick sab^s, at 
J. C. k H. C. BURBANK & Co.' s 

300 ^^^'^" -^^S^^T^^^ WIIIS^ 



ke}-, for falc at 
J. C. & II. C 



BURBANK & Co.'s 



160 



ACRES OF 



ItOlLVCK it. BIUKLOSv. OLIVER DALBV-'UPLE. 

BIGELOW & DALRYMPLE, 

ATTORNEYS ANDCOCNSELLORS AX LAW, 

Win attend particularly to coliccUoma tbroi^gb--. 
«attbe State; aad, nntatbeU- pay«i^t by the 
Gov^'ment, \f iH {hre especial attention to ' the 
pro'ecution and scttleuent of -claims of INDEM> 
NITY FOR SIOUX DEPREDATIONS. sZC^Im 

OBBRT F. L.B W IS 



R 



1 L. v :r 1 f J . 



ATWRNEY AKP COtJNiiBLLOR AT LAW 
St. I*fiul, TrIinn««ota, 



^.Q»r/..nf.^^,ih.p«r'^i;/Qcz-.«.artt«/?rw^ ;;; i;^^HfeR»„,, j^^^-dixos, saddlery 



'Also BraScii AbEiftpF 



.; i.-n.'-. ,'-■' 
u 



"fHtKATIOmL CLAIM AGENCY'/' 

Of WaiMngtoli, -Di C;, eondnoted by Harvey 
Collins & Bca«i). 

■ CLA1>W presented and prosecuted before Con- 
n-ess, C»»urt of Claims and the lK>i)-artment^ at 
,^'asl4Bgtoh City. Spt'Cialattcntion paid to secu- 
<otug Boldier's Pepsious, Bounties. Back I'ay, &c. 
ABvioe jjjven Boldiers aiid th<^Ir fViend* by 



, .!'i-jii,j'..KiaY;.ii. » .v.; .-i.>,.iJ.'j.i:iri.ci.o 

:--'<jLi. i '' ._..v.-. ).. 



Inter or at the offl^o, without ctorgo 



TiiMbcx'Ccl T^.incl 

' t ..'1 - - 

Will be cold at :;uc)i price that t'.io timber at Ilfly 
cents per cord wood-lea» e, v, ill pay fur the prop- 
orty. 

The soil is of excrHent quality, with water an 
meadow, and Is sit'uiited witliiu one and a hall 
hours' drlv« of Saiut Paiil, and ivitliin live 
miles of the Salut Paul ana Paci;ic Uailroad 
at two diifereRt d<'pots. This mad is now being 
constructed and will !>■• lini-lied to Aiiola the 
oomingfall. IIENKV McKENTV. 

Dealiir iu Ileal Estate. 

St. PniiL .Ti^hp 7". I'^rti. Jp-i**-.)*"-.-,-,. 



U 



xdertaki:r'3 c.uii.\ 



The uiider.-dgued W(>i!ld respecti'jJly announce 
that afierthe solicituti wi of iiiauy frlesicN, he has 
conclii'.ied to en^:igi.' j.-i lUeiibovo bu-siu'-ss, aud 
would therefore say Uj the citi^cus of .^Iiuneai»o- 
lis and vicinity, tWt Iw w ill be i)repaied in fututi; 
to furuisii CoHins of V.'iiinut, JI<-;;:iic, (.'loth cov- 
ered and Commou, and all things i'e<piir)'d in an 
U'ldertaker's line. Ilaviug had sevcnil \ear.-i'ex- 

Ix'iience in tlie above t>ii»iiiess in Eastern cities, 
le fefls compet^^nt in ollerliig !iii servii-^-s to tr.ke 
the entire chargi? of Funerals, and would solicit 
a share of (lie patronage. 

n. F. WARNER. 
Minneapolis, Nov. (ifTi, novli 

J EATllER AND PIN DINGS, 

SADDLERY', UAKDWARK AND TOOLS. 
'XiiLA.'i^I-IEK HFGLTIlCGr. 



• '. Q.' .TAXKKRS ANU CUKKIEKS, 

Keep constantly on hand the largest and most 
» ,, . complete stock of 



^OO WHOLE, HALF AND QUAJ:- 

<-* v/ v/ ter boxes liuisius crop of IWI, at 
J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & Co.'s 

k)f\ BBLS. STUARTS BEST HON- 
^ V-/ ey Syrup, a choice articb', for table use at 



"^ 



& H. C. BURBANK & tJo.'s. 



19*^ PACKAGES ASSORTED 

-L^tJ Fruits, consii-ting of Plums, Prunes, 
Currants and Citron, all new crop, for sal« at 
prices to suit the times. 

J. C. & II. C. BURBANK k Co.'s 



1 ^O J^OXES W. R. CHEESE; A 

A.tJ\J prime article, at low figures, at 
J.C. &H.C. BURBANK & Co.' .; 

Xf\ GRANT'S PATENT EANNINU 

tJ\J Mills for sale at manufacturer's prices, at 
J. C. & H. C. BUltBANK & Co.'h 

YOU WILL FIND ONE OF TiTe 
largest and best selected stocks of Groc-i - 
ies iu tiie West, at the warehouse of 
dec 19 J. C. k H. C. BURB^^XK k Co. 

PRINTERS' INKS."" 



All «orts, kinds, and colors, from the celebrate J 
lanufi 
t mail 

did J 



manufactory ef J. E. Wade, Aew York, forisul.i ,,, 
at manufacturer's i)riccs. bv 

J. C. & U. C. BURBANK & CO. A 



420 



BOXES ASSORTED TO- » 

bacco, comprising all tlie favoriiti, 
brands, at 
J. C. k H. C. BURBANK & Co.'s ' 

ftfk DOZEN DUBOIS BEST CAST 

^-'v^ Steel Axes. Also 30 dozen Red River 
Axes: also 25 Boxes assorted Blued Tacks, fint 
qii;'Iity, at 
J. C. k n. C. BURBANIC k CoJa 




mvaitf 



J. C. BURBANK k CO. 



HAilDWARB and TOOLS, 

LICATRKIt BELTINO, KI»AM1-:LED 

CLOTHS ASD LEATIIliP., tc, Jtc., tc. 

Allof which they aro now offering at prices to 
suit the times. 

PARTICUIAP. ATTr.XTION PAID TO OKDntS. 

JS'H^aali paid for iUde»4i4 f^s..et 
Jtnl8-dly i 



.1 



li .j..;r//ui.i A, 



1 



1 t-oHia aviiWJ ,'ji'.'.c. oioda-ynViult 91:': no 1 .v. ,•-•.-« noli i^il-tC'-io:;.:- . 

...;•■- ,'>..v ;,;^-i'> . ....•..».,..:;;:» _ , 



WE HA'V'E JUST RECEIVED A 
large supply of Wkstkks Rksekvk 
Ch l:ksk ■^hieli we oflbr low for cash. 
je8 .1. C. k U. C. BURltANK k CO 

rj^O MY FRIENDS & PATRONS. 

Having engaged my cervices to the Messrs. J. . 
C. & H. C. Burbank k Co.. corner l^'vee and Slh-- »■ J 
ley streets, I may be found iu the Wholesale Gro- 
cery Dei>artment , where It will nfTord me pleasure 
to see my old customers once more. 

^\'e sljall iinve a large and w ell selected stock 
of goods, uanallv kept in ourline, on hand, whiL-h 
I respectfully ask you to examine before purclia-- 
iiig elsewhere. I hope to merit for the hoB.«e a 
iiortiou at least of that patronage you have here 
tufore iiu liberally t>ogtow<>il u|>nn me 

niurS A. L. LARPENTEUR. 



^y ILL I AM D. STOREY 

ATTORNEY AND COtTNSELLOR AT LAW 

ST. PAUL, MINKKSOTA. 

HRFFEEKSrCBS : 

Hon. Oeorge Opdyke New York City 

John U. TreadweU,. ....Albaay, New Yor« 

Hon. Amos Dean, L. h. D.,...uUbany, New Yor!.. 
Hon. R. A. Law........... ......... ..Chicaao, lll« 

Geo. S. BlancbarU .Claoianan, Ohio 

Chase. McKinney aad Moon .Boatom 

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THE SAi:S"T PAtfL PRESS, THURSDAY, JAIi^UARY 8, 1863. 



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j: city. 



j ovor. ami :i lioautililOiUl Ti'llows' oilo by 

; the C'huir l::ul l'iiHvoikmI :ill hearts, the 

.llVrEKM.-YVc- «aui a f4Mv olothw;is romo veil liom the tablr. ilisrlos- 

^'*rat>( lu«« «'oiiiiM»*it«»r*. T« ;^,, j^ sumptions ropast I'lirnlslK'il by tlio 

• ' , - „„ : '-natiirhti'i^ presi'iit. aiul about an nom 

««Tii acfil appl.v. w;i.s spi'tit in tliif "'tnk'r of b.isnioss, anil 

in listening,' to spet- -lu-s Ironi variou.s jriMi- 



I. O. G, T.— Kf-uhir inoeting of the 
Pashaway Lodj^o this eveniiiij in Oilil 
Fellows' hall. 



Tin: Wi:i::u.v Pkk.ss is publishetl tlii 



tienian pre-iont, int r.-.pi'rseil with patri- 
otic sonjjs by the choir. Hilarity and 
giooil hnnior i)rovail''il, and all enjoyed 
theuiselves iu the e vtreine. 



, , , . I The Lod;re was alterwards opened ni 

morniii!', coiitainini; the (i.ivcrnor s nies- ' ...... 

■ ', ., , ... the Deprive ot l{eb.'k.ih, and II lute a num- 

saije and nianv other artules ot jjreat f' , . , , 

, ■ , . ■ 1, • • ..„ i;.„ ber of ladies were admitted as members, 

local int».re>t. Trhe, in wrappers, U\e . 



cents. 

riii:ia: was ipiite a lall of .-inow yester- 
day alternoon. it is barelv possible that 
wc may liave >leig!iing yet bil'ore the win- 
ter is u'oiie. 



Jri)i;K (mimuku :i. — Wcnotiieby the 
Triliune of .Momlay, th.it •liulire tJood- 
rich ot our i ity. was in Chicago and 
^rll[>J>iIl•4 ;a the Tremont House. His 
Irienils may tlierel'ore expect liim home. 
I>rob.LM\' t<i-:iiL;ht. 

Kni'viun iv. — The renown vi' this d!s- 
tinyuijhcil opci-at. ;■ in the nndirstaniiin;;s 
of men. women and ihildren. is not con- 
lii.td to oiu- own State. The people ot 
Wis on-^in eoru? over here where the_\ 
know they can ir^t j^reat barjiains, and 
even on the j>lains o( distant Dakota tin 
name ol kilpatrick is as familiar as 
lionst hold words. 

At an election held at Fort Uipley a 
1'. w Javs airo by the ollieers ol the fiti, 
Ueir':;!i".it. Itev. Lauren Orm>by of Fari- 

"iV. 

3Ii:r>!or 

lent ai. 

eeriitd. 



baul". w.i> ilc.t.l Chaplain, and Mr. 

t S;;!l\\.itir S'ltlcr — an exti-l- 

iii--; I. ;>"rv result to all co:i- 



Alto-i tlitr, the lU-t asion was one long to 
be remembered by the Odd Fellows and 
••l\uij;hlers" with pleasnre. as aU'ordirg 
an opportnnity amid the ilepressing trials 
of li!c. and cares veijrhing on .ill hearts, 
to bri::hten t'.ie links ot the social eliain, 
and li;ri;t anew on. l'riendshii>'s altars, the 
sacred ilaine. 



liiKKi: U ito inisUiki- about Mi-rriU's biMng /Af 
IiljCi- to p't till' b.'*t artii-le of st;itioin>ry ; :inJ 
t! fact is iil*n iitniii t!i it nieiiibers of tin- Xx'^U- 
;.it:ire cm pi't tlu' v»'ry licst of itutioinT) for tlioir 
-t c.ioii.rv ciTtnU-ltt'.", at i'ir. I'.v all ineuu;! go 
to Mini::'.-. 



Legislaturo of Minnesota. 

1' I IT- T 1 1 S K S CS I O JC. 



M'l'HtMr t I't'Rr. — The lirsteall of the 
calKisiiar I'T i!;e present tcf.n cl'thisConrt 
was \ esterday completed. T'hismorni: g 
t)".lock the peremptory call 



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of i; <■ > .i':'.r:i !,ir will be commeJiced. 
v.:u:i :.Ii attorneys failing to be in at- 
t v.Inn tlieir ca>cs are nai-hed 



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ill \v;il find Inrth'T proceeding 



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Xmiki;.— The Ut. \W\. il. U. Wl.i,-.- 

ple. i.iv'.. •[> Ot iliiine.M'ta, will, by l)ivir.e 
permiisioa visit the Farish ol Ihrist 
Church on .Sund-iy :■. «iiiiiig next. Cun- 
i.:iii;ilion ;ini! H. ly ( liiiimnnion. .*^iTvii i.- 
coimui'iicin.: at !•* >>\lin.-k. The Siimhiy 
siheol SchoLars will meet the Bishop foi 
t xamination in the Caterhijin at half past 

liihc i.''i-lo .U. 

Ti!!-. (>i>i» Fi:i.i.ow>' Fkstivai.. — Thi- 
Hall of St. Fanl Lodge, No. .', I. n 

(). F., was tilh 1 at an early h.iur last 
iviriiiig with a throng of members and 
their wives, drawn together by the exer- 
cIm-s ann.ninn d in our local eohimn ot 
Ti:i -^day. Our repotter edged in. how- 
evtr, and rujoyed the gaiety and pleasun 
I ! the scene while plying jicncll and note 
'uM>k. The fine hall, which has been 
recently elegantly rel'urnitil-.ed, was taste- 
Itiliy decorated, a:id the ilashing regalia 
w.jni by the members, and the gay dres- 
>is of the ladies, contributed to make it a it i:i.' 
pleasant scene. 

Tht ivA performance on theprogrammi' 
was installation of ofKcer-*, which was 
conducted by l^aac H. Conway, Esq.. 
1). I), (iran-l Master for this city, aided 
bv a nunilu-r ol resident Grand and 1*. <i. 
Ol!i -crs. all clothed ill gold and -■■.-.rli ; 
regalia, Ivrmiug a most brilliant tableau. 
riie lbllowin'4 othoers were duly inductol 
iutj their chairs: Henry W. Shr<'iT. X. 
(i.: Jao. I). Wil-oM. V. C: K. L. 
Wharton, K. S. ; Davi.l Uamahy. V. S. : 
il. H. Fitz, Tivasurer; J. F. Williams 
a:!d J. I). Slichter. S's to X. G. : C. L. 
Weed. I. (i. ; .V. Wilson, C; Sherwood 
llouuh, .) . F. Williams and C. D. Stronjr. 
Trustees : T. A . Kiug, Sitting Past Grand. 

A beautiful Ode was then sung by the 
choir, called ** Friendship, Love and 
Truth," written in 1788 by James Mont- 
gomery, for the Odd Fellows of England. 
The music, wi- will hero oljserve, was 
exi clltnt, a;;d adde 1 greatly to the plea- 
sure of the evtuing. It was executed by 
till' \Vilso:i brothers, Clias. Trowbritigf, 
and other members. 

The next li-aturo was the presentation 
of a nilde to the Lodge by tin- " Daugh- 
ters of llebekah."' The book was a mag- 
nificently bound volume, costing $1.'). 
Mrs. Amanda P. IJabcock, (widow ol the 
late P. G. Master liabcock, formerly a 
member of this Lodge,) presented the 
Bible in a very graceful and ipieenly man- 
ner, as follows : 

.V"''/*" iJniDil nnif I'nth'i.- ' in ImIi.iU" of tJif 
liiii^jht'TS of ltrb>'i;u)i uf llii.. cily, I iirf-.Mit ti« 
>uiiit I'aul I.KiIsi' .No. ,', this Holy Uiljli', a- ;i to- 
ki'u ot our atrailiiu-'ut to the <)riliT, ami of o:ir 
<l.•^il■e■ to fiicoiiraj?' you iu your Im-iu'x oleiit work. 
AVi' :ir<' • ac!i witiu-ssi's iuourowsi faiutlii.-. iinl 
flM'wht'ri'. of tilt' fruits of OiM Fi'llmvsiiip, in 
l!i»- vijitatiou or sick brothers the bouorabli' iii- 
teriat'li? of till' i)' -.ul. auil the leiider (-.ire of tli»> 
willow ami tin- oriihaii. Kuilian-U to us by then' 
iraiiy ^'Oo<l deetls.tlie l)iiu;;hti'rs of liebek'ali fe,-l 
that your Ortler is jiitl.'cil a bi-otherliontl that 
f-houlil be olierislied for tUi' good it aocoiM;)lislies, 
i;i;il is ever ready to praiit to our loved <jnes and 
(Uliiijes if lieeil.'d. As a Co-orilllia:e .-^istei liood 
we bid you "Goi'.-speed "' in your noble work. 

Keceiiethis ;rilt, then, from your si-lcrsof this 
iM'autiful l>'';:n.'e, aud may Me who las|>ireil its 
pa;;es stregtlH'ii you in /our noblf work, and 
liutdly briuf? us ail to that e'.ernal Lodjre where he 
JlitiLself hiuetli in plory upon the Throne. 

The aiting Chai)laiii, Clias. 1>. Strong, 

received the testimonial, and returned the 

thanks of the Lodge, as follows : 

Dnu'jhler.'i of Hthehih .—On lK>liaIf of Saint 
Paul I.odpe Xo. 'J, I receive this ^dejiant presiMii, 
and endeavor to e.xpress to the kind-heurted .^i^- 
ters who have thus honored \i^, our praieful iie- 
knowledjrnient of the conijiliineiit paid us. it is, 
indeed, |ilea.-ant to us to feel thai our lalM>rs are 
recognized and apureciated by the '-lietfer half 
of society, however unnoticed they may b.> by our 
v>wn sex — anddoublv iileasintr to us to hear lhe 
:',»or^ls of praise you have spoken. They will in- 
iu>."d i'noouraj;e us in duty's path, and incite us to 
rt^ywcj labor in our great oan.«e. 

You could not have cho.sen a testimonial more 
approprUu> fur an t>dd Fellow's Lod;;e than this 
holv volnine. as tli;^ I.iws, principles, and ritual of ■ 
our Order, are all <lf»ivn from, and founded on, 
its teaching*. .May iti ^rcat author ever enable 
nti t » walk in il.i light, »*d f(!vt< success to our la- 
bors. 

Afain, si-teri, w<> thank yon fr<H» our lienrfs 
for yotir kind words and for this ;i:lft, Hidch we 
will ever prize highly, and in future year* f,\\) 
look back to «Uis evening with grateful recollec- 
tions of the L>Mlf;liters of Itettekall of ."Sf. I'aul, 
ivilo have here presenti'<i u- uitli .such cheerine 
lekeiis of -) nipathy and ajipiobation. 



llais.i: Ol KMMIKSK.NTATIVKS. 

rri;>i!'\v, .lanuary 7, istht, 

X\f' llous' was ealli'd to onler at 20 o'clock 
rr.i>. r !>y tli ■ t'liapUiin. 

."Mr. li.VCo.N. Uepi ■scntative fVom the I.'.th 
Di-itric appeared and was stvornin. 

Mr. ll.VYI'.S oifered a ri'.solutlon to inform the 
•^en.ite t!iat t'.ie Hou>>.> woulil meet the Si-uate iu 
.l>>iiii I'onveutioil, at I'.'o'cloik. 

riu- House iJien too^i a rci-ess until VI o'clock. 

.lUlNf lOXVKNTIOX. 

The Senate aud House of ReprPsentafiven at I.' 
o'el'K'k went into .loiiit (.'ouventiou in the Hal! of 
:lie llnuse, for the oiirpose of listening to the 
Annual .Messaji' nf th • tioveriior. 

Onm-ition i.f 5Ir. "lll-l-Klt, of Fillmore, the 
l*iV--;deut aplMiiuted *lessi-s. Miller aud Heaton. 
of the Senate, and .^Ir. Hayes, of the House, as 
a coiitmittee, to wait ipon the t;overnor and in- 
i'.>r::i Iiiin that the two branches were in Joint 
I'.'.iventii'ii, and read • to n civeany cominunica- 
il •n h'- niiglit U' plea ed to uiake, 

llie t'oniiuittee sut'emuntly appeared witU the 
ijovenior aud oilier i tBivrs of the s>tate. 

'Ihe liovernor wa.* introduced to the Lfgisla- 
tiUi- by the I'resid.'ut and proceeded to deliver 
ill- .\n:iual Me.-sage, which may be found in an- 
otiier place. 

.\tt.T the d« livery of the message, the Joint 
Convention adjournid. 

■flie llousi-ihenndj lurned. 

riure w:i< lu hasiii ss transacfdiu the Senate. 



HVinter fi'aklii<>n» in M'uahini^ton. 

A lady corre^()ondent writes from 
Washington : 

■•The fashions this winter arc very 
comical, t!ie heig'it <d"the ladies' iionnets 
being absidutely lidicidous. Large white 
muslin bows, with lace-trimmetl ends, arc 
worn instead of bieast-jiins on cloaks and 
walking-dresses. This has the ellee*, ol 
making ladies 1 )ok tpiitc ministerial. 
Cloaks are prctt) much long sacks, and 
hraided trimmiii; s .are most in I'avor. 
Frizzled hair is all the rage. Ladies cut 
their lovely locks about four inches long, 
and curl them at night over the forehead 
.md close to the head. These curls are 
all combed through in a nu.ss next morn- 
ing, anil stand out like a tlarkey's hair, 
pniisely. I liave seen many a dark- 
skinned woman ;iy as hard to get the 
kink out of hair, as our ladies trv to "ct 



nEviEW or noMECR.t^xtt' c^at- 

As the battles before Mnrfreesboro, 
whatever the final result, promise to take 
nank among the most brilliant and ellect- 
ive of tlie war, vre supply our readers 
with the Ibllowini' interesting' review of 
the operations in llosecrans' Department, 
which led to the encounter. 

1U»SKCK.\N.S Sfri:i:CKI>KK BUEM.. 

On the J'.»th of October, ^Lijor (ieneral 
W. S. liosecrans, then at Cincinnati, re- 
ceived his onlers to take command of the 
new Department of the Cumberlanil, and 
the troops under (Jeneral Buell. Kose- 
erans wore his fresh laurels won at luka, 
BuelPs infamy had tilled its full me. sure, 
.ind the exchange was received as most 
wehome to the army and people. At that 
time Buell w.is slowly following Bragg, 
having passed beyond Crab Orchard. 
t;en. Crittenden's division pursued Bragg 
in vain beyond that point, Bragg having 
succeeded in getting nearly fortv miles 
ujion the way before Crittenden started, 
bu; Buell and his host had remained at the 
Orchard evir since they got there, three 
or four tlays alter the battle of Chaplain 
hills on the Sth. The war had no more 
use for Buell. 

AXI> KKIMIUS TO X.VSIIVII.I.K. 

Gen. llosecrans was in Louisvilltj on 
the o(>th, formally taking command and 
issuing his lirst order on t! at day. lie 
left with his stall" for Mashville on Nov. 
1st, ordering his main armv thither. The 
situation of that city was perilous. Gen. 
Xiglcy was in command, and had an 
inaiic<iuate force. The city was com- 
pletely cut oil" Iroin the surrounding coun- 
try by bamls ot" rebel guerrdlas. and mar- 
keting was beyond the reach of peojile in 
ordinary circumstances. Meat could be 
obtained, but vegetables, butter, cheese, 
and eggs sold at such high rates that few 
could buy them. Said the Nashville 

Inioii of the i.';>d of October: 

f lie people of N'asliville are In a state of slarva- 
timi. fea is worth live dollars a jiouiid, and little 
to t)e had at thai: beef thirtv cents a iioiind; 
common brown sugar one dollar a pound; Hour 
nine dollars a barnd. KverylhUii In the grocery 
line sells in like i>rop'.)rtion. 

L'nder such cirrnmstances it may be 
imaj^ined how joyful was the welcome 
received by General Sill's advance corps 
when they retiched Nashville on the tith. 
McCook's corps marched in on the fallow- 
ing day, Crittenden i-oining in from (ial- 
latin about the same time, (Jeneral Kose- 
crans, with his entire army being safe at 
Nashville on the ll'th ol November. 

Oi;Li.VM/.VTlON 1>K THE AltMY or HIE Cf.M- 
BEItl..VNr). 

(icn. IvOsecrans immediately published 
an onler giving the full organization ol 
hi; army. This order assigns Maj. (Jen. 
Geo. 11. Thomas to the command ot" the 
centre; M:ij. (Jen. Alex. D. McCook to 
the right wmg of the army. Tiie diller- 
ent columns were designated as right, 
left and centre. The order stated that 
the centre shall be composed of the di- 
visions of (Jenunils Kosseau, Negley, 
Fry, Duniont and Palmer. Other divi- 
sions were those ot M:ijor (Jenerals Mc- 
Cook. Crittenden, Kichard W.. Johnston, 
Sihuyler Hamilton and Wood, with sev- 
eral divisions commanded by Brigadiers, 
anil dozens of brigades commanded by 
Colonels. 

The general organization of the army 
then was as follows : 

l-OtUTEKNTII .VYMY CORPS — nEI'AUT.MENT 

UK TIIE ( l'.MnEni..VXD M.VJOUliE.N. W. 

S. ROSECTt.VNS. 

Riilht Willi) — ^L^jor General .Vlcxander 
McDowell McCook. 

Ventre — Major Gen. George L. Thomas. 

Left Wing — Major Gen. Thomas L. 
(I'rittenden. 

Jicicrics — Major General Schuyler 
Hamilton. 



WHAT W.V.S UOXK ON .S.^TUHDAY, 2<TH. 

•* Gen. McCook was directed to press 
Hardee's two divisions at Triune on Sat- 
iirduv, and ordeni were issued to move 
up along the whole road. The enemy's 
j)ickets were soon met at various points, 
and there was sharp skirmishing all day 
long. Hardee fell back rapidly before 
AleCook's eager advance, the Anderson 
cavalry distinguishing themselves it skir- 
mishing, anti Negley's and Rosseau's dl- 
visio)is moving up to the ctnter on the 
lefY. 

Crittenden drove the rcbel.t all d.av, 
carrvinjj the bridges on the .letrerson .and 
Mnrfreesboro jiikes in good style. Our 
loss in the left wing was two killed and 



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Monetary. ! 

CURRKKOY AXDK.\(JHANr.KQi:OTATIOXS i 

OK TllOMP.SO.N lil'.O.'S ll.VXKKKS ANODKALKKS 
IM KXCIIAXUK, LA.Sn WARIIANTS, ETC. 

St. r.vcL, .lanuary b,,18o'.:. 

BANKAni.F. Fl'NDS. 

KewYork, New Kiigland, 

Ohio, Michigun, 

Iowa, ridladelphia, 

J ndiana, New Jeritey, 

Bank of .Allnncsota, I'lttsburp, 

Itamsov Co. endorsed scrip, >Viscon»in, 
U. S. S'otes, <."an:ida, 

Unilel Stateii li per cent, two years notes, 
Darliuff St Schefl'er's endorsed scrip. 

KXCIIANUK KAIKS. 

Soiling for. Premium. 

hi peret. prein. 

itr per ct. disc't, 



Commercial. 



[Uy Telegraph.] 
XwM' York Market. 

Xi;\v YotiK, Juu. !r. 

Flour dull nnd unchanged— 3i-,"!ij i<i,7-l. 

Wheat dull and unvliaiigeil. Corn dull atwl un- 
changed. I'ork a shade firmer. Jitocks ;ir:)i 
close a shade b.'tter since boaid. Moui-y e.\ 
change uucliai!g>-d. 



Milwuuk*'*' .llurk«>(. 

Mi.v. At KKi;, Jan. 7. 
Flour dull at $4,75^4.00. Wheal— good demand 
with light sab's. 



B U S I N 10 S S 



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l<.CooK, .Vgent for .Singer's .Sewing .Alacliines 
Third street, .St. Authony, near the Win.slow 
lIoust§. novlSlf 



>"W Kr.ADV.— The Kulos of rnietke adopted 
in general se.vsion of the Juilge:i of this State 
and published by the I*i".i:ss I'niNTrxi; Cor.ii'AXV. 
are now ready for delivery — price fifteen c^'nts 
jK'r copy, or silM per dozen. These rules go into 
efl'ect on the first of Septenibor, and will have alt 
the authority :ind force of lav.'. Kvery lawyer in 
the State must have a copy. Uer.iittanceM may be 
tnado iu bauk aotO:« ur puitagi,' .stamps. 



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Vii'khliursr ami its U4*r«*nr«*ii. 

The ajipi-aranc • of the Confederate de- 
fenses in the range of vision trom tl:e 
point of location of the Lexington, while 
lying oil" \ icksbu g, was not so formida- 
ble as we had anticipated frimi considera- 
lion of the long t me which tiny had for 
'itjistruction. W • hail i>een informed that 
th'jre were large bodies of men constantly 
employed there v hen the Lexington made 
her la-it previous rip umbra flag of truce. 
Till y had .iccompli.shed the erection of 
several new worl s during thu interval be- 
tween the two trips. 

\\\' cotild plai dy see th.at there was a 
lon.-idenilil iimober of earthworks upon 
the peninsula opposite the city, and off 
which the Le\in;:ti>n was lying. From the 
deck of the Lexi igton. DeSoto Landing 
was marly op|»o<ite. and the I'. S. Ma- 
rine Hospit:u immediately in front of 
us. The rang! of hills in the rear 
of the city was eoverd with batteries 
for several miles above us, below the city, 
and two forts and some half dozen maga- 
zines were plai dy visible. The water 
batteries could i ot be seen, but they are 
said to be form! lable. Kvi-ry eflort has 
e\idi'ntly been made to improve the long 
ipjiortunity give:i them, and the Confed- 
erates express cuntidence in their ability 
to with.stand attack. 



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•NOTICE Ol -M011T(;AGE SALE. 



Wiiereas, .\lexaii |er H. Calhcart and .lohn W. 
Cathcart of the Cointy of liainsey and State of 
.Miniiexita. oil the \ ;d day of June, a. n. iNj'J, cx- 
I'l'iited and d'divirel to Ira Hidwell.of the city of 
Adrian, in tin; S!:i!e of .Michigan, a c>-rtain in- 
deiituiv ot Mortga;." of that date which was didy 
recorded iu the olfn e of the IJegisfer of Oeeds in 
and for said coauty ol Kam-ey, and .State of Min- 
nesota, on the :.'4il'! day of .lilne, .\. D. Isj'.i, at to 
o'cloik .\. ,M. in I'ook "I"' 1)1" mortgages on 
•laL'i-s ICm and iM wlierehy said Alexander H. 
* a! heart iind John \V.< atlicart iPd grant, tKirgain, 
sell and convey iu mortga;,'!' to suiil Ira Hidwell 
his lit irs and assi ;us the following descriU'U 
jiiece or parcel *d° I .ud, situate, lying and being 
in the city of Saiiil I'aul, county ef Jtanisey, and 
.-•iate of .Minnesoi.i, vi/ : commencing at tin' 
northwest corner >f lot fourteen (II) fn block 
twenty-live (-'•'•) in >aint Paul proper, thenctj east- 
erly on the norther y line of said lot, twenty-live 
(.'.■»') feet, thence soalherly at right angles, lilty 
{'>')) feet, tiience weUerly at rietit angles, twenty 
five (-.Vi) feet, theni e northerly fifty (.'ioj feet, to 
tlie jilace of beginning, according to tie.' recorded 
plat, fogether with all and singular the heredita- 
ments iiiiil apfiurte nances thereunto in any wi.se 
a|>i>er|;.i:iin'.', to scire the i>aymeni of the sum 
of «i.V)0, and inter-st thereon, acconling to Ihe 
conilition of two c rtain iironiissory notes dated 
said ■j:'.d dayof Juili , LV/J, executed by naid .Mex- 
ander II. Cathcar! .md John W. Cathcart and de- 
livered by them aid payable to said Ira Itidwell 
or Iware • in one an 1 two yars from said date and 
each for the sum ol ^'.iOo, with interest annually 
at ten per cent. pT annum, being forthe pur 
chase money of saii preiuiies. 

And whereas the e is now at the dati» of thi.s 
noiii'fchiimed to br due and is iliie on said pruni- 
■ .>Miry iiuti-s and nii'itgage the sumof^tVIJ.lMi, and 
no .-al or proc- edingat law or otherwi.se ha.s bei-n 
bad or insiuuted It recover the debt secured by 
said mortgage .»r any part ther'of: 

.Now, tiierefore, iioiloc is hereby given, that 
default has been made in tho'pavnu'ut of 
the Slid sum of ^(W.'.'.N), due as aforesaid, 
and tiiat Slid Mortgaged premises will be 
sold by the .«>herill >f .■■aid county of Kanisey, at 



Alt^ir the jiresentation ceremonies were 



public auction, uinl 'rand by virtue of a power of 
sale contained In ?aid mortgage, to the highe.st 
bidder, for cash, at tiie front door ol the Court 
Hoas.', in the city if Suint I'aul, in said oountv 
ofiltanisey, and SI lie of Minue.sota, on the aoth 
ilay of .IiiMuary, A. i>. 1N'>;1, at 10 o'clock a. m., to 
satisfy and pay the amount then due on said note 
Ktid mortgage so 1 ir as the proceeils of .said salo 
will p.iy ijie -same, i/itli costs ol foreclosure. 

lotted DeceiuL/T Ird, l^Vi. 

IKA BII>WF:T.T.. Mortgigep. 

Dvvii) Sa.VKOKI', Attorney for Mortgagee, St. 
I'aul, .Minnesota. tUued-Ow 



OK TIIE ItEHEL KOKfE. 

The army had been collecting at Mnr- 
freesboro for some mo ths for the pur- 
pose of covering the removal of supplies 
south till" collection of Bragg's raid north- 
ward. Tln'y were even then threatening 
Nashville when Buell's head fell, and 
Bragg indeed boastingly ordered John 
Morgan to report tn him at Nashville. 
MurfreesborD is thirty-two miles south of 
Nashville, on the Nashville and Chat- 
tanooga road. 

In the midtllc of November Brecken- 
riduc was there with I].j,(M)i) men. 

The rebel outposts were pushed da- 
rinoly up toward Na.shville. On the 
l.">th of De.'cmber the rebel main army 
was .still at Murfreesboro. Buckner's 
force is at Nolinsville and Triune; Kir- 
by Smith at Manchester, and Johnston 
at Chattanooga. 

On the lilth of December, Kirby Smith 
was reported moving towards Lebanon. 
The whole force of rebels in Tennessee 
was esti.nated at 70,iK)t). The rebel out- 
posts were then about eleven miles from 
Nashville. 

(Jeneral Joe Johnston, who command- 
ed the rebel department of the Soutwest, 
has, orbad.his head-ipiarters atMurfrees 
boro. 

rUEPARATIOXS FOR A FEDER.iL MOVE- 
MI, XT. 

llosecrans was still bu.sy in collecting 
his supplies. The country was swept by 
our hiraging parties, and large amounts 
came forward by railroad as soon as it 
was in order. The guerrilla operations 
northward embarrassed, endangered, and 
finally interrupted our communications by 
railroad in the seizure of Elizabethtown 
and burning of the Muldraugh's Hill tres- 
tle-work by Morgan. Our army had been 
pushing out from the city. ()n the 20th 
of December the right wing advanced to 
the lunatic assyluin, six miles from the 
city, towards Murfreesboro, where John 
C. Breckinridge, with 1<»,(MX) men, is post- 
ed, waiting lor our boys to advance that 
he might run away. 

KOSECRAXS UEtilXH HIS MARCH. 

HKVDylAUTKHS Htii Au.mv Coill'S, ) 
Dec. -^Mh, via Loiisvii.LK.Dec. 31. i 

Orders to advance on the enemy were 
given Christmas eve, but were counter- 
manded liefbre morning. On the morn- 
ing of Friday, the 2Gth, our entire lorct; 
was in motion from Nashville, sweeping 
down the Wilson, Nolinsville, and Mur- 
freesboro pikes. 

OHEUATION8 OX FRIDAY. 

Duriiig the day. Col. Carlin's brigade 
of Gen. tlelT. C. Davis' division, Mc- 
Cook's corps, had some lively skirmishing 
and the lOlst Ohio gallantly charged and 
captured one gun and a caisson from a 
fJeorgia battery. We lost only two 
killed and three or four wounded. 

The enemy were driven back at .ill 
points, and at dark we occupied Nolins- 
ville and Lavergne, and Thomas' corps 
moved down the Franklin and AVilson 
pikes, and all intermediate « points ; Mc- 
Cook's corps moved down the Nolinsville 
pike, and Crittenden'a down the Mur- 
freesboro pike, two brigades marching to 
the left on the Jeflerson pike. 

Gen. liosecrans moved from Nashville, 
down the Murfreesboro pike, at half past 
11 o'clock A. M., and passed to McCook's 
front, his lieadquarters being established 
on the Murfreesboro pike, twelve miles 
from Nashville. 



thentv-seven wounded, uiost of the latter B»nkaW'* Ki.'nds 
/ 1 ■ li' 1 < VI • American Ciold. 

of tlie I'Ottl t^lllO. Orders for United States Land Warrants, State 

The rebel force is estimated at 35,000. '«'^7Jl'""''.fr'"'r.''Tl'!'^; e.xecuted. 

' I state and Luitcd slates Coupons paid at our 

Bragg asserts that we shall lose 10,000 counter, 
men before leaving Middle Tennessee. 

A DAY OF REST. 

Sunday nothing wa.s done, Rosccrans 
declining an attack that day. 

OI'ERATIOXS OF MOXDAY. 

The army was in motion at daylight, 
December !".>. (Jeneral Jefl". C. Davis 
moved ujion Murfreesboro in advance on 
the right on Bully J.ack roail, several 
miles north of Triune, with Nagle's and 
Hosseau's divisions of Thomas' grand 
division in the centre, and Crittenden's 
corps on the left, moving down the Mur- 
freesboro and Jefferson pikes. Wood's 
and Van Cleve's divisions, of the latter 
corps, wer« right and left respectively, 
and Palmer's division in reserve. 

A battle on Steward's Creek was an- 
ticipated but excepting a duel between 
Parson's 4th United States artillery and a 
rebel battery, at nine o'clock, to the 
right of Murfreesboro pike, there was no 
engagement. 

From ten to one all was ipiiet, our ar- 
mv crossinj' Steward's Creek, from riolit 
to left without opposition. At one time 
we were withm six miles ol Murfreesboro, 
on the direct pike. 

The army is still pushing on in splen- 
did style, McCook, with Davis', Sheri- 
dan's andfTohnson's divisions on the right ; 
Thomas, with Negh'y's and Koiis.sea's di- 
visions in the centre, and and Crittenden 
with Wood's and Van Cleve's divisions in 
front, and Palmer in reserve on the right. 

Camp Ten Miles from Murfreesboro, 
Dec. •_".», lS(3-i— .'i V. M. — Gen. Critten- 
den reports the enemy drawn up in line ol 
battle on the east side of Stone's river, 
menacing Gen. Rosccrans. Ho is or- 
dered to form in line of battle, with two 
divisions in front, and one in reserve, 
covering his flanks. Gen. Negley and 
Rosseau are close up. 

(Jen. McCook also reports* his com- 
mand on Williamson Creek, sjven miles 
form Murfreesboro, with the enemy in 
line of battle on Stone's River, from Mur- 
freesboro to Franklin pike. A similar 
disposition of his forces is ordered in Gen. 
Crittenden't lines. 

It now appears that a great battle will 
be fought on Stone's River to-iuorrow, in 
front of Murfreesboro. 

rilE DAY BEFORE THE B.l TTI.E. 

Twelve mii.es from Nasaviu.k, Dec. 
30. — The Itth army corps made a general 
advance yesterday, and pushed back the 
rebels some seven or eight miles. There 
was no skirmishing on the right or lelt : 
but Collin's brigade, of (Jeneral Jeff C. 
Davis' division, McCook's corps, had a 
smart brush with them just beyond Nol- 
insville. 

Cannonading was kept up for an hour 
or more, the enemy wasting considerable 
ammunition. Our corps preserved their 
fire, a Ivancing briskly: and b} a dex- 
terous flank movment, the 101st Ohio 
captured one gun and a caisson. We lost 
one killed and three wounded. The rebel 
loss was not ascertained. The Ktlst 
Ohio is a yreen regiment, and the (Jen- 
eral is hijihlv gratified with its conduct. 



COOLEY, CAIIVER, & CO., 

(Sncoossors to Coolet, Towke k Co.,) 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

AKD 

Oormnission !M!ei*cIia.iits, 

iMPORTEEa AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUOLt 

FRUITS, NUTS, WINES, Jtc, Jbe., 

JACKSON STREET, BETWEEN LEVEE AUD THIRD, SAINT PAUL, MINN, 

■TeraiM ........ OA^H. 



In tho Department of 

LIQUORS A. 3V r> s x: G^ A Ri s 

Diu- Stock will be found lakgk aud comi'Lgtb at all times, and at pricci to suit the views o 

closest buyers. December 1, 18'V» 

ANT & FREEMAN, 



ouu hou.se, tiiiud stiikkt, (>rro.>?iTE 

Ai'.Mor.v Hai.i., H. F. E. Virr, I*K(>;'I.iu-j'«.i:.— 
This old established Ii()iise is iu full .>iier.-»tion, 
and is prepared to furiiili nnals at all hours ol 
the day or niKlit. The bar Is suM^iied with the 
very l)est li'iuors. 'i'ljc larder U uiways full. Oys- 
ters at ::."* and :{0 cents per dozen. Hot Cofl'ee, 
steaks, &c., ^c. Ciivu Mi' a caU. 
fcb>'(Wly U. P. E. VITT. 

L\Nu Wauka.nis, Half Breed aad Kovolu 
tiouary Scrip— all sizes— i)rici'S. 

ir-M THosir.soN itiios. 

FitKSH Ov.sTUtis— Jusi rwxIveJ, and will be 
received daily. Also, lioiled Chicken, .Steaks. 
Veal Cutlets, Hani and Egg.<, scrveil up iu the 
U'st ni.inner. Kitjnors and Wines of all kinds. At 
the Uld Napoleon iteslaurant, opposite the Amc- 
■oe.n Uo-as-e. 

•:3^5in F. X. lir.IT/, Proprietor. 



A general ennagement is imminent. 
The enemy is sweeping rapidly down all 
the roads towards Murfreesboro. At 
this moment heavy artillery firing is heard 
on the Noilinsvillc road. McCook is en- 
gaging llardce. 

The weather is damp and the ground 
verv heavv. 



'JJ' EW GOODS ! - NEW GOODS ! 

JUST RE C El V E D. 
DRY GOODS AT GREAT BARGAINS, 

Splendid chance to purchai^c Holiday Presents at 

S>£IXH Ac TAYLOR'S, 
•• Ol&cap Oasli Store," 

TUIRD.STREET.XEXT DOOR TO THE X. W. 

EXPRESS OFFICE. 

We have on hand a choice lot of 

BALMORAL SKIRTS, 

the cheapest in the market. 

SOXTAGS, XUBIAS, HOODS AND SCARFS, 

in great variety of styles and colors. 

OUR STOCK OF DRESS GOODS 

Is uneqaalledjn this city, consisting in part of 

SPLESDin FRESCn MERISOES, 
of the best make, in all colors. 

ALL WOOL REPS, 

PLAIN AND FMiURED UNION REPS. 

Plain and Figured IK'laines, Mottled Cloths, Em- 
press Cloths, Valencia Plaids, &c., &c. 

Besides a large variety low priced Dress Goods. 

Also choice patterns of Flannel Sheetings. 

All kinds of White and Colored 

F" L A N^ N E r. , 

Great Bargains in Bleached and Brown COTTONS 
and all kinds of Domestic Goods, Hosiery, 

Gloves, readies' and Gentlemen's 

Wrappers aud Drawers, Hoop Skirts, Corsets, &c. 

All of which wo will sell 

for cash at figures to suit the closest buyers. 

fir Call and examine for yourselves, at 

"The Cheap Cash Store " 
SMITH & TAYLOR, 

dec-.'j ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 



TF YOU WANT TO GET THE 

rilKTTIKST BALMOR.\L SKIRTS, 

Vou ever saw, go to 

IIOGAN & CAMP'S. 
If you w.'mt to get tho 

Be.^t IIooi> Skirt, 

Yx)u eve; ha^, go to 

IIOGAN & CAMPS. 

If yon want to get the 

Iluitdisoiiieist I>i*o»!i«<i, 

In town, goto 

IIOGAN & CA.MP-S. 

In fact, aiivthing you want to buy in the Dry 
Gooils Line. 

HOG AN & CAMPS 

decJr-tf ij th>: place to bujr it. 

T WATSON 'WEBB, JR., 

(.Successor to Walter W. Webb,) 
WIIOLKSALK DKALKU IN 

FOUEKiN WINES & LIQUORS AND 

OLD BOURBON AM) RYE WHl.SKY. 

janl tf Sini.llY IH.OCK, Tll!lil)-ST. 

rp O B A C C O , 

Received on consijfninent ami to N' closed out 
at once— notwithstanding an advancing market 
— .'(.CMjolbs. Toljacco (11 to I!).) 

L. IJ. & V. GUKIG, 

dec','l-'.Jw corner .Siblev and Third-st. 



SUTLERS EMPORIUM. 
Coole;>^, Carver Sl Co. 

JACKSO.N' STREET, BETWEEN LEVEB 
AND THIRD, ST. PAUL, 

na\ iiiff lately made liberal addit'-.^us to their large 
and well as.-.6rted stock of 

Fiiiio^' Gri'ooerios, Fruits, 

invite the early attention of Suttlers and others 
seekiiifj Army . "supplies, to their selection .f Goods, 
which they otl'er at clusu ligurcs for Cash or Gov- 
ernment Vouchers: 

Caiinetl Fimits. 

PKACHE.S 500 dozen, fresh and fine. 

R\.sjlM;KltlJlK.S ^'OO do do do 

BI..\CK1JKRU1ES VOO do do do 

CllKUKlES -iM do do do 

WHORTLEBERRIES .:i00 do do do 

Foreijjii Fruits- 

RAISINS, (Layer & M. R.)— wholes, halves &qri. 
C'lJRKA.NTS— fiosh and good. 

PUUNKS — kegs and jars. 

l'LU.MS— French. 

DATES. 

Seyiar.s. 

100,000 — einbraciiiff large variety, and including 
some choice and popular orauds. 

Tobaccos. 

V50 Packa^res, including assorted graded — Plug. 
Fine Cut Chewing, .Smoking, Billy j'rfowlegs. 
Meerschaum, Kinnikinick, Ibc, &c. 

Oyisters and SardineiS. 

A full line favorite brands ; also, LOBSTERS, 
SALMON, HALIBUT, HERRING, Uc, tic. 

Hrandier-i, "Wines, Bourhyon 

WTliis-ilcy, Aco. 
A large variety, including some fine Old Bran- 
dies and Whiskjs, (bottled), which we can confi- 
dently recommend -ah very sujjerior. Also, 

Ginger Wine, Blackbeny Brandy, 

«iin),'er Itraiidy, Appli- Brandy, 

I'each Biaudy, Cherry Brandy. 

Conlectionei-T. 

I'ig I'a.ste, assorted Candie;!, (iuui Drops, Loz 
enges, Liiiuorice, Spruce Ciuin, Jtc, lac. 

Ts'ut.^. 
A fnll line, including c-vcry variety. 
October H, l&O^i. 



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ATTORNEY.-? & COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 

Offico in McClung's (Phoenix) Block, corner of 

Third and Wabashuw-sts., 

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA, 

Will practice in all the State and Federal Courts. 
Money loaned on good security. 
i0.^.^>ecial attention paid to collecting. 
w.H.GH.vNr. decWmos j. .m. M'.i.km.vn. 



K. 



SPENCER, 



Dentist, S3 YeavH, 
MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 

As far as I know, my terms for practice will be 
the ui<ual fees of Denti.sts of this State. 

I insert ARTIFK.TAL PIVOT TEETH, which 
are healthier, cheaper, mttre beautiful aud durabl<i 
than teeth set on plate. 

PiVOT TEKTH DO NOT PUKVKXT Till: TASTINO 

OK Food— Plate Tketh do. 
I so stop decayed places in the crowns of Teeth 
(elegantly,) as to la.st the life of the patient. 
;Kif- Gonsultatious without charge*. 

a2l-i'>in 

"PRIENDS AND PATRONS: 

Our Slock is now complete, embracing ALL 
HAT IS NEW IN 

]VJ[illinerv Drj'' Goods, 

and LADIES' FURNLSHING and FANCY AR- 
TICLES. Our French Hats are quite pretty ; in 
Felt, Beaver and Plush, we have the latest de.-'igus. 
We have 31illinery articles by the (quantity, to 
suit the trade. In'Shawls, Cloaks and Cloaking, 
we have a large supply — we have twenty dillereut 
patterns; one Is the AlcClellan— the pattern co^it 
;pyo in Paris. Also, the Cothic and K.xcelsiBf 
Cloaks, so much admired in high circles, Fust. 
Our stock is large in Nubias, Hoods, .Sontags, 
French Opera llood.s. Zephyr Worsted Wool, 
Yarns, Hosiery, Gloves, Eiiibroideries, White 
Cioods, &c., &c. Dress (joods, Bulmotal and lioop 
Skirts, by the quantity. Five dozen Vi inter 
Shawls, that must be sold, with almost every arti- 
cle wanted in the housekeeping line. We aoiicit 
an early call. Re»p«'ctfully your^, 

MKS. J. .1. DUGAX, 
Below Day k Jenks' Drug .Store, Third Street 
where the wax lady is in tbw wiudow. o'JO-tf 



ANTED 

V b' 

?. Cabinet Makers; 2 Chair Makers; 1 Good 

Chair Painter, al the 

M!astin<£ts Steam Sash and Wxxr- 
nilure l^actory. 

Also, for sale, a 

I'OKTABLK STKAM ENGINE & BOILER, 

Cylinder .s inch bore, and 14 inch stroke. 
fi5-U HERZOG k CORSON, UasUngs. 



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M. N. KELLOGG, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CEALEB IN 

TOYS, 

Apples, Quinces, Chestnuts, 

LEMONS & CONFECTIONERY. 

Children's CABS — every variety; Egg, lA'mon, 
Ginger, Boston and Soda CRACKKK.S; Travel- 
ing, School and Work BASKETS; MAPLK SU- 
GAR; Fresh CANDIES from New York— also 



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4ar THE BHiir CIGAKS IN THE CITY. 

M.N. KELLOGG. 



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A N T E D 



A GOOD GIRL, to do the work of a small fam- 
ily. 'I'd one coini>etu;-.t, good wages will hi' given. 
Apply at this olUce. dec.il-Jw 

r\ W. WOOL LEY, 

LOWER LEVEE, SAINT PAUL, 

AMI 

Oomu&iSMion ]>Xci*cliniit, 

DKALKR IX GKOCKUIES 
GRAIN, rROVISIONS, LIME, &C., &C., &C. 

AND 
A G K X T FOR T II E 

PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD AND 

CONNECTIONS. 

Contracts for transportation between St. Paul, 
Boston, N'.'W England, Moutreal, New York and 
all points East, made upon the lowest aud most 
favorable terms. 
Mark packages, "C. W. "WOOLLEY, 

St. Pa II,, 
janl-dly For 

JOSEPH LEWIS 

Real Estate Agent, Notary Public and Convey- 
encer. Commissioner of Deeds for the States ol 
NewiVork, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Ohio, 
and Vermont. Collections made — Taxes paid 
for non residents. House n>nted. 

OlHce Third Street, Irvine's Block. 

Reference, Hon. Alkx. Ram.sey. JylO-dly 

A LARGE DWii:LLING, 

Near tho residence of Gov. Ramsey, on the 
banks of the Mississippi, in a locality at oncecen 
traland retired. 

HENRY McKENTY, 

Dealer in Real Estate. 
io28 d&w6m 



The Gr"at Western String Band (formerly Wag- 
ner's Band) is a;,'ain prepared lor the winter sea- 
son, »nd oiler their service to the public generally 
for Ualls, Parties Concerts, etc., etc., at libt'ral 
rates. I'artit's wishing good music aud calling 
will jdease address ih- undersigned. 

Orders for the t'and may also be left at Munger's 
Music .store. 

GEORGE SEIBERT, 

Residence on Tenth street, north of Jackson-sl., 
ne.vt door to tlw .Scandinavian Church. dec2-'Jw 

r^ N\ B EM AN & CO., 

CARIUAGE MANUFACTURERS, 

CORNKU OF HKT1I AND KOBEKT 8TKEETS, ST 
PAUL, MINNESOTA. 

We are prepared to manufacture to order all 

kinds of Bf iWilK.S, CUTTEUS, LU.'HBER WAGONS, 
KX1'KE.<»S AND GKOCKItV WAUONS, CONCOIID 

HACKS and STAGE SLKIGHS, of the best quality, 
and late.st pattern, and of Eastern stock, which 
enables us to warrant them in evpry particular. 
Also all kinds of repairing pronptly and faithful 
ly executed on the most reasonable terms. 

TNDLVN~^VAR IMPLEMENTS. 

The undcrsi;rBLtd are Agents fof 

BALLARD'S CELEBRATED 

Breed! Ij«>ailing -A.riny Carbines, 

The most jX'jfect and tnost convenient Iweech 
loading gun in use. Orders received at ©nr office 
where a tuuriplo may be seen, 
stf-ff .T. C. BURBANK k CO. 



rpAX DEEDS. 

THE PRESS PRINTING COMPANY 
Have now on hand the latest and best form of 
tax deeds. It is suitable for sales under the sev- 
eral acts of the lyegislature, and in confuriuity 
with all their requisitions, aud is prepared Uj .^4 
State authorities 
Price M oeotji per dozen, or %A per hondrtnl. 



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10 EXCHANGE FOR REAL ES- 
TATE. 

I|i.1,500 in (Joods at New York price", con- 
sisting of Hats, Cajis, Raw Horn Combs, Ready 
Made clothing, and Jewelry, is ofleredfor improv- 
ed or unimproved Lands iu this or the ailju>niug 
counties, also city proi)ertv tu .St. Paul. 

dec20-tf IRA BI DWELT,. 



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EY TO LOAN. 



GfJOD COLLATERAL SECURITY REQUIRED 
H. E. ItAKER k CO., Auctioneers, 
On Third-st., second door from .lackson-st. 
Jan4 St. Paul, Minnesou. 



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ARINE BANK 



Organized under the General Banking Law of 
Minnesota. 

J. B.TURRELL, Cashier. C. K. WELLS, Pres't. 
49-Offlce in Coulter's Block, Jackson Street, 
St. PauL d<;clO-aiu 



■D A L M O R A L SKIRTS, 

Balmoral Skirt.^, 
SILK S J R 1 P E U . 

The choicest selection of 

BALMORAL SKIRTS, 

Ever brought to the city, just received by Ex- 
press. Also a splendid line of 

"Bradley's lloox) Slorts," 

Including the favorite brands " Pride of the 
World," " Favorite Diamond," " Immovable 
Tape," loico Gore, and a great variety of other 



styles, at 
decSMf 



UOCAX * VAJKLWH. 



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EWSON'S COMO SKATING 

PARK. 
TWO MILES AND A HALF FROM ST. PAUL. 

A*- Park kept In good condition for Skating. 
licfiesiuuonts luruished when ordered, janl 



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R N I T U R E . 



JOHJ^^ i»ki:mrosk 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

cabinet and chair 
KXJRjSTITXJRE 

OF EVERY' VARIETY. 

Keeps constantly on hand a complete assort- 
ment of 

PARLOR, 

CHAMBEB, 

DINING-EOOM 

mURNITURK, 

OF ALL STYLES, AND OF SUPERIOR WOEK- 
MANSHir. 

Most of my Furniture is of my own manufac- 
ture, made of thoroughly seasoned material and 
equal to the best there is made in the U. S. A, 

As a nimble sixpence is always better than a 
slow shiling, I am determined to sell a very light 
shade abovit cost. Everybody is respectfully in- 
vited to give me a call before purchasing. 

a»-RE.Mi:3niER PLACE: Stone BuUd- 

ing— Third Stre«jt— above the Bridge St. I'aul 
Minn. un24dly 



XIT- S . C O 2*1 B S , 

Is on hand with his usual largo 

VARIETY OF BOOKS 

AND GOODS SUITABLE lOP.THE HOLIDAYS. 

The Public are invited to examine his Stock 

which is now open forinspection, at his 

BOOK & STATIONERY EMPORIUM, 

Thii'^-St., St. Paul. decl3 



l^OTICE OF DISSOLUTION. 

The firm of Cooler, Tower & Co., Saint Paul, is 
dissolved by nHitual' consent. M. C. Coo" ey hav- 
ing purchased the interest ofG. F. k R. E. Tower, 
the business will be continued, as heretofore, un- 
der the name and style of Cooley, Carver & Co., 
who assume all the liabilities and adjust all the 
uuscttled business of the late lirm. 

MARTIN (;. COOLEY, 
tiEORGE F. TOWER, 
RUFUS E. TOWER. 
5aiut Paul, December Ist, l«iJ2. 



Iteferring to the above, we take pleasure in 
tendering thanks to our friends for past &vors. 
and with renewed assurances of our best personal 
attention to their interests, we invite their con- 
tinuance, confident that with undiminished facili- 
ties, we can serve them acceptably. 
Very respectfully, 

COOLEY, CARVER & CO. 

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novW 



GIVE DAVENPORT A CALL, 
Great assortment of 

Rliotograpliic"^ Albums!. 
ANNUALS. 

JUVENILE BOOKS. CHILDREN'S BLOCKS. 

Dissected Pictures. 

PORTFOLIOH. 

GAMES OF ALL KINDS. 

TOY BOOKS. 

Everything in his line. 

DAVENPORT HAS GOT 'EAL 

dec20 



T^AILROAD TIES WANTED. 

The undersigned will purchase 

ISS.OOO 

OAK, NORWAY PINE OR TAMARACK 

Railr'osicl I'ios, 

Sawed or hewed, in lots large or small asi ma'.'' 
suit the party proposing to furnish. To be l-ft-etr 
long, 6 inches thick, average 7 inch faces, d»Uver- 
ered from 1st of May to 1st of July, l(5<i3„un tlm 
line of the Railroad at any iKiint from St. l^aul-'j* 
St. Cloud. 

CASH PAID FOR SAME. 

For any further Information apit2jc Q^rvjiially 
or bv letter to 

WM. B. LITCHFIELD i tfV>., 
decl8-t janl Si. Paul. 

AUCTION SALE. 

Adjitant Gknf.iial's Ofkick, \ 
St. Pai-L, Dec. Wth, iwc. ) 

Will be sold at Public Auction, on FRIDAY 
the tHh of January, 180.3, at IU o'clock, the foi* 
lowing named property : 

i'i Horses. 

X.S Double Wagons, parts ol which are brokoa 
and missing. 

1 Express Wagon, on Springs. 

I Single Wagon. 

A lot of old Harnesses. 

A lot of old Saddles. 

A lot of Neck Yokes, Chains and Collars. 

The above named property was impressed inta' 
the sen,ice of the State, at the cominencenieut 
of the Indian War, up the Minnesota Vallev, and 
has not been claimed by persons owning tlieVame. 
and will be sold without reserve, to the highest 
bidder, for cash down, at Berkey's stable, Eagle- 
street. 

By order of the Quartermaster General. 
WILLIAM M. KIMBALL, 

decTO-td for the State. 



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The undersigned ha>ing been appointed sol» 
Agent for the sale of 

LYON'S PURE OHIO CATAWBA BRANDY 

For tho State of Minnesota, calls the attention of 
Physicians and the public to its medicinal quali ' 
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE STATE 

C»~ I'liTs jKipT has a l.ir?ir Daiiy, TiiWi.kly 
nn.l \V".'i k.'v riro:il;«tii>n tlian miy oilu-r in 3Iiiini>. 
»t.>:i, aii(! lIuT.i.iro iirf-<'u;-^ hul.iocmonts to au- 
veni.-i.Ts \\!iu-:i i;i,'y will nut liml i'!<o\vIu'n'. 

ST. TALL, rill !:-:iiAY. .lAMAKY s. 

To Our Subscribci's and Friends. 

liiL- .'!. .-. ..- .1;.:. ;i-.' ill ill.' pfio • I'!' jiriiiiiii^ 
I>ai»>'r ;'.:iil «>llK'r mat 'ti;il'5 u-^'il iii iii-ii,tiii^ iitnv-- 
papri-i, co:a;t^;» i'.> t,) iiu-r.-aso the [iric-r nf tin* 

i»AILY I'KESS. 
To city suIiiiTKhT-, I'v til • y,>;ir. p.iyaMt' 
<iu:irti'il.i ill ;'.:%. r.ik- ~'.l i n 

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:'.t ;:i" rat'.' pi-r yf;ir of s wi 

To \.-Wi Agtni!5-."4 l■!•■.l[^' I.'l-*' ]'\ . 

\V. .•I;iy ixch.iti'^'' ii.'\vsi".ii>.T!< to i -.ly thi' .Hi'- 
JVn'iu-i- !>.«twi'.'ii l».iil > :vij W.-.'kly rattM in iiuui-y. 

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a.lvau!'<'' a! t'l^-' r.i:r p^-r y.-ar of -> . . ^ 

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vfi.tioii vi'st ril;iy at 1- t>VIock to li>lv;i • l.i.sv.ri!, Jan. ^A 1>*>3. 

ti> il.r (;o\cnior'.s m'.>J-af^i', but t!i.y • Thii'' will orfuiirst- ho .inxioits j^iierti- 
iuniii.l a sn :ill ptirtitm uf tlie imimTuus ; latu-a v.lietliiT or i;ut llu,- ^5e^•uU(l ^liitiu'- 
:u!<H.'i.t c m1 .) h;iil j^atlu ii'd lor the same ] ^iata was i-n<ra<;«tl in tlie late battle itear 
jjurjiuse. All iiiiusually l:irp' mmilx-r (■( ; Murlivo>boru. Let me say wliat I know 
laiHiii UL-eiii iriKeats viilim tlie l>ar, ai:tl ' «)!' its eoinieetions. Tl:e liriijatle (tlie 
they si'eiiietl (o be, aiul we are bouiul to ;',nl) <eii.-i.'-ts of the 'Jth ami ;'>") Ohio, 
presume \\\ e, deeply i>»tere.ste«l in the j ISih ref;iil.ar.<, ."^Tlh Imliaua (a new regi- 
(ioveriier's xposiliou of tiie all'.iirs ollmi'iit) ami the "Jml Minnesota. To this 
his ailmiiii>tr itioii. j l,nj_r;ulL- is at taeh"tl l.o<ler*s (iv«^nlar) bat- 

T!ie mes.-.. .;i', which we print at length ton. aMv eoiiimanileil l>y Lieut. f>inilli 
on oiirseiou 1 pa^re, i.sast.ite3nian-li!;eand j oi'St. Taiil. Whin you hear oi either ol 
tli^jfiiiiietl (loi i-iiu nt, anil i)resL'nt3 a very | vlje above rc;;iinents or of that ball«'ry 
clear ami exiaus'ive review of the trans- beiii'-T en^rajretl, you may inter that the 
actions ul the several ilep;utments. His i seeoml was in. So it' the bri>,'aile eom- 
»x!iil<it of llio tinamial «-omUiiiiU of the mamler, (Jen. Steailman, is iiametl as to 
State is [larti'ularly ^ra»ifyin^. esjieeially j the division c-oiuniander, it is mixed. 
in view of tl e lari^ely iiieiva«ed pressure I The division (th.e 1st.) used to beCien. 
of taxation which tlie war has unposid 
upviii II t!it wid.- dcstructioji o( proper- 
ty iiitiicted i> tile Imlian raid, .iml the 
imiiun c di: liniition ot tl;e labor re- 
sources ol tl !• State Iroiu the witlnh-awal 
id'siich lar^c luiiiilieis of its t:ti;:i'ijs fi-cui 
imlii>lrial pH /.suit- to swell tiu' ranks of 
the national arinie-. 

Till' total n •'•i| I- iii,'> tii"' Trra.-<iiry 

I"i- till.- \i'ar i- niiu^. l>ci'. Ni, I^'l 

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Ill-' ;i>t:il;i.'!iti! .'xp.'iiM -of l!ii'.--t.it • 
< .1 iS Tiitui'iit I'll' >>"i',', ;.- 

i li • Auditor I'.-Tiiimti's la.-saiiu- t'ia-4 
Ol' 1 \;n'u-'s 1. I- .■M-.l, at 

Ill' i'-:iniit.-s iiat ili- »•. iiilll tax 
\vi!! t!.;- M'::r .if! a nM.'iiui' of. .. 

fi. :i -..il.t o liic Mail- wiiii i! <• 
Ili; ■! .'-l.U— lor it > .,;i<>;a of 111.- 
(iiu- ; w.ir itv >!iiius that m' tlio 
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We i'.ave tlii- moniiiii,' .-.in.c ai'.tlitioiial 
ne■^.■> li"o;u the ^liiriri'r.>lu>ro b.ittli' held. 
Diir Ios> ill laliel and wounded is estiin:-- 
ted at 7.' "'. to which may be adi'.','d a 
iew ihv)'.i,-.:...l ti'.KCii pri-v'iiers, makini: a 
reducti'M ot the i lie. tive f-vce of the 
ariiu i.if in't Ii >s tlian tc:i vr tweh e tin'ii- 
.- i:.d uu'ii. >nr:i i- t!ie ps !> i' uhich we 
■lav !,w -lu- ' resc;v.U;.i:i of our (Jovern- 
iiu"at a'. i\.:' I'l'-l l:n^" I I" ill." .-•lavi' dri'.cis 
I't il:r ;:v.n:'i. and ll.eir >\ ;iipatl.:/ui'^ 
.Xortlieru iiijmiitr-;, and '/"■'Ji/om tui iiil,> 
and politii a! p.uti.cr-. 

The \alue oi' v!ie vl't.ny. w.^nls aiid 
liigures fall to ixjivw. Kveii I'oweil. o; 
:\i".'.l jck\ , Cinin'.rimenlb ,';'o>ecrar.-, the 
,'/ • nt' Murfree.-.!uiri. ana tL.c'.ares that 
he is i;! f.uor of snppressini;- tiie iJv;'-''Hon 
i'_> any lucir-s, e\tn the tror.fi.scation <■! 
j-tl-el prup. ity. and the emaneipatiou ol f,'roit>ed so.ii ' very interestin:; sl.itistlcs. 



I.'a^i ■.:; a.i i;i:i li.l Lalaui'i- of 

wiiicli will be liiiuidate«l bv onl-tand:;i;' 
claims a'^ain>: tin- (lovernment. 

The t.iliow i;:.': is one of the most Jnter- 
e.^tii.j; and ,:;tatilyini^ statements in eou- 
I'.ccti'U with ilic subject ot linanee : 
ru.' -•;..l.' lav. ill ;•- "I aiUKiinti'it to. ...f in,'.»I-- 

t-n •• ^!iiM,;'>. 

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In hi.- eoni '.iriits 'c.pon the dispeiL-ation 
oi' the relief o ivlnoees provided by tl:i 
Leoi<lature ..t the extra session under 
the elHcicut and able management oi 
Comuiis-ione ' Uerkev, the (iov.-riior ]y.\< 



.their slaw ■■. 

A special ili.-patch fii the PiiKs-^ from 
Cairo, via fUica^'o. liatcd vestinlay. 
states that Sh^.rmdn ha. luj^ taken the tlrst 
Jitie oi the eiieiuy's entr*MicLinents at 
Vieksbuiir, was repulsed It omtijero while 



St. IV't.T l>islr|i:t, li,.')'.*) 
Miiini'apoiia " 7".'s 

„,, - J Anoka " •.•!! 

waitJiJ^ lur reitdorcemciifs. Ih;s ri'port 1 st. I'a.il •• tii 

is in eontl.'et with former dispatelies to the 

Associated iVi <s, and we liope it will 

prove to be ii»eof.ver. The dispatch also 

states that nothini*- LjuJ been heard from 



Banks or Farragut ; s.:A that our loss 
wa'* about ."..(;t'o. 

l>y ti:e stc:nner Xew York fr«,t3, South- 
'ai4*ton. we have later news from L-iiirG^j.'.', 



I'he io!lo\.iii: table shows the iiuiii!)er of 
refu;:ees ncvi". ir.L' aid at dilVerent phaes 
in the three ui'jnth- icllowing the o.it- 

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The Conin issionersfci-tituato that .-ibout 
.">•>(.) will reijuiro :>upp(/rt durinj:^ the win- 
ter, and about lif* oihort; .CA;':uional aid. 
It will be 1 i;ihlv satisfaetoiv lo !cnow 
that the eorri spondence «jf the Gov.riior 
with the (Jen( ral Government has i!ieitetl; 
the faet that the expell^■es of the Indian 



Thomas', but he now eomni.aiul^ the C'«'ii- 
tt-r ol lloseerans army, eonsisting of live 
di^isions of which his old "1st divl ion," 
is me. The bri-rado comiuanders wore 
(iins. .^cl.iepil'. Fry and Steadman. On 
(liji. Tiloma.^ bavin;; a hi;;her eoir.matid, 
(!jn. Sehieplf succeeded to the division 
a- rankin'4 Hrigadier, but he is ( I be' 
live) ontlie Ihiice court of imiiiiry, an<l 
(ell. Fry b'.'came i'iivi.>ion eonimaiiclir. 

On the ITih ir.t., Lieut. Col. Disho]) 
A.rotc me that it was tlien understood thai 
lien. behiM hr Uamilton was to eotumatid. 
die i!i\Ision. den. II., it will be ii'meni- 
i» 'red, was t!;e et)aimanderof the division 
ill which the !th Minnesota .served at (.'or- 
hith. 

So if yon rea<l ot Schu>pfi"s, or Fry's, 
■jr llannUon's division, beiiii: in an en- 
gagement, it is well euou;j;h to eount in 
the Second. 

Jly own conjecture is, tli.at our regi- 
ment has not yet been engaged. 1 be- 
'lieM' the tlivision has been separated. 
Col. llarlan's brig.ade, that w<' read ot 
chasing -Morgan up into Kentucky, I take 
to be i.ic:!. Fry's I)rigaile. lien. Stead- 
man's was near Ilartsville, Tcnnossoe, 
whi n last luard oi, expecting to lio re- 
lieved, and join tlio main armv at Nash- 
ville. 

The I'd ^linnesota, :!.">th Ohio and I'-ith 
vegtdars, were just below where "the in- 
evitable iVIori'an" ''obblcd a briiside a 
fe-.v weeks .since. It is a compliment to 
our rcsii'ieiit and the others that Morgan 
never called at their camp, although be 
I " gobbled"' the detachment above, .and 
shelled cat" the one below. 

Yours. S. 1^. J. 

(ieneril Fry waa captured by 



buraiere is little of special significane.;^ ^y.^j. ^^c to le as.>uined at Washington 

IL (Jovei ifir has advised the Attor- 
ney (Jeiiuii.' to jiro.-ecnte the sui^ of the 
.State against i'r,>udulent prc-eir/.ors ot 
School Land.-, in tL-s Supreme 'Ijurt of 
the I'uited Sates; ht ie-k,~Tate*his an- 
nual reeomnii ndation lorainoto ' , ijrough 
and etijcient School .System : sti.tes that 
the lluaacial ililiiciiltie& of the S;ate I'ni- 
ver.-<ity are in course of satisfartory ad- 
justment, ami discusses the important sub- 
ject of pill !ie landu at cor.siderabic 
length : and i epcats his protc>t against 
the improviib lit legislation which seizes 
upon various pretexts to si|u.aiiiier them 
away. 

There are t'jven Hanks in Minnesota — 
two of tlii'in, the ^larine D.vk and th; 
Hank of Minnesota, being nei." organiza- 
tions. Their outstanding ci: -nlation on 



t«r ittw-ortance. 

aii%3i£>ius-.i LECLt^ATt aec 

Neither House transacted any business 
yesterday. At I J o'clock they nu't in 
joint convention when the (iivenior 
delivered his aiuuial imssagi'. Alter ila 
reading both Houses adjourned. 

There was a large crowd in attend- 
ance during it.s d-livcry iu.-liiding many 
ladies. 



■%SVfe jjoti:e a dispatch to the la.st Chica- 
..»o TimiM received lure, that the rebel 
L'h iathatii is ri])orted a prisoner in the 
lands cl Ot.t U-oops. The .-pecial di^- 
patcho5 to the I'liKs-s, reported that he 

was killed. 

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— The Anoka J{''i>iihli''tii learns from 
relkible authority that between two and ,,^^. j^^ ^^ j.^^,„^^,.,. ,,^, .S-.>r ..:51.;. beiug 

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three hundred Chippewa Indians are e 
camped in dilferent portions of that coun- 
tv, extending through a part of Grow, 
Centervilli'. Oak Grove and .bt. Francis, 
and that ihcv are committing numerous 
depredations and causing much uneasi- 
ne.< and fear .among the settlers. It is 
Infornu'd ol" instances wh- re they have 
shot pigs, and it also loams that two ot 
the treacherous iniscnants called at the 
: house of Mr. Brooks, i.n St. Francis, dii- 
rinf his absence, and demanded somc- 
tlbing to eat of his wife, and after provi- 
O-^-'diKMO/ for them, as she had been 
obliged to iur strolling bands of these 
Tagahonds befori", they deliber.ately pro- 
ceeded to ransack the house in search of 
jdunder, carrying aw.iy with tlieni wool- 
en blankets atid bed ipiilts, m .-p.Ite of 
her protestations and threats. In view 
of this state of things, have not tlw.'^e 
people reason for feeling uneasy .' It is 
not safe for a man to leave his family an 
ll >ur m the neighborhood of these thievj 
ing wretches. 

— Tlie Federal defense of Dumfries 
a«Tainst General Stuart, the well-known 



the rebels on December ."3 1st with the Laul 
of l.HUO prisonos taken in a suddjn raid 
upon of.r righ*; llank. it is possible, 
therefore, that the Second Minnesota may 
be among them. Gen. Hamilton com- 
manded the rejscrves. Schicpil" is not 
mentioned. — Kd. 



E><'t'i^iuii'« of tlii' "lupri^UfO Court. 

lUviil (.'. jroiitx.jiiicry, I'laiiitiif In Krror, v« 
William JIi-Kw.'ii, I>.>i'cuilaiit in f.n- >r. 
I'niliT st'ctiiMi sii, oil pa,i?i! ■,'l.{ uf tU'> » 'oiiipiled 
St.uiirfii, til.' plaiiiliii'iiiay iiiiid' iu tlie.^aiuif tom- 
plaiiit .s''>t'ial caii*i'.s of aclioii — .-oiiii' of a Icjjiil 
aii'l -om.'of an c'<|niial)ii' ii:iiiiri' — (Tic. i'i.il tliey 
all aii-c out of liii- ".-aiin- tra'ai'ilou, or |ruii!.ao- 
tioii-i fouuooiuil V. iili till' .-ami' .--iiiiji'ft of uctfoii." 



Oi'i>rj»i' W. Armstrong, Apiiellant, vs. IVa\ itl >na- 
fiiil, lti-<p(iuii-i.t. Syllaliiis. 

A writ of i'i.iMn";i-»ii « III not I>» ffranti'il on a 
coiiuilahit ^lutia,!; nio l'.u't.'« uu iiifurin tlioti and 
Iji'li.'f only. 

WluTi' t.i.' answ.T fully di'iiiw^ tlii» :i1Io;;'itit»i!i 
of till' i'oinp'aiiit, a^ a general i'ul<i tlu' injiiiictiun 
»ilt ll" (lij-oUiil. 

Wlii'ii' t'l' (-oiii)>Uiiiit :l^ks to I'lijoin llie fine- 
.:o.-i!n'of a iiioi !;::>;'•' Iiy ailveitl^^i'iiu'iil. on tilt' 
^.'loiiixi ;;j.it 11. c liiuit^a^i'i' tlir>-ul<'ii>'ii iiiiil was 
alimii Ii» sell llli' Jireiui.-es absolutely itiii] williout 
il^iUt ol n'i!einp'U)i!, /!<l'!, 'I'lmt sni'Ii wa.s not 
^iiili.'ii'itt <;ro(!iel to aiidioil/i.- l!ie iri^tuaiicL' uf tlie 
wri'i 



an increase oi'$ I l'J,lyU since January Ist 

The State Prison is shown to be eco 
nomicaily and ably man.aged, but greatly 
neglected liy the .State. 

On the SI bject of railroads there aie 
no important n mmendations. 

Till' (iovirnor alludes i.dlh a natural 
pride to th suecess of ?\linnesota in 
raising more than Its ipiota (I" .soldiers lor 
the national cause, and in connection 
with the ln< Ian war justly remarks that 
as the iinnals of savage war.are nli'ordno 
parallel to tl e extent and fi rocity of the 
outbreak, sn also weuiay search our early 
Colonial ri'i ords in vain Ibr an insLanee 
of a great ndian ujirising so promptly 
atid cn'i'i'tindly i|uelhd ; but lie iloes not 
sav what he might have done, with equal 
truth, that this result was ehielly due to 
the energy in 1 juiliejWs management of 
the Comand •r-in-CiiI"f. 

The Governor regards the imiuediatii 
remov.d of the Indians as an imperative 
necessity, ai d the capital puIli^hment of 
the gnilty p isoners as asiiir qua imn in 



the scttlemeit of our Iiiuian dilhcultics. 
rebel marauder, appears to have been ,, , .11,^.1.. 

, ,'' . , ,, , , He argues a length the right of the State 

jrave and sin<iularlv successful. (. olonel 



Canby, who commanded the Federal 
troops, and whom we all remember for 
his good servici s in Xew Mexico, has in 
this affair won distinguished reputation 
for himself, his olllcers, and men. The 
d"fciisc of a position by si.v or seven hun- 
dred troops l)r six hours wiihont any ma- 



to try the g lilty Indians — if released by 
the Goveni!i:»Mit — iu her own courts, and 
remits the w'lole ijucstion to the Legisla- 
tnre. The (>croration of the mejisage i.» 
devoted to national afl'airs, and besides 
being c.xceci.ingly tine as a piece of rhet- 
oric, is cniii ently " .-ouml on the goose.' 



terial loss and with the aid of onlv four; ■■•»" "K»«sU»li Opinio* " int .Tludr. 

(■ .11 I .1 i\ I A f.iiiiiliMi e litor foufi'.-iM'd in a t ai'lic ro'irt in 

pieces ot artdlerv, and the complete re- ' that city tiiai li» Im.l b.'-n pr.,i,c.,..| s-imi.«. u' 

pulse of the rebels with a verv consider- I |'''' *>''"VV''i '''''■ ''m ''■''''*''"=''■'''■'"" '■•'^''•'=''^'''' 

^,, , ,.,.,11 , .' , . I to Koiii> ^ui-.I.ion. Ili'iiuw .ii,» t„r ner.- 

able loss of kiHed, woumled and prison- /.'""""./'• 

ers, may certainly be regarded as one of ^"*-' P^l'^'t' referred to, I> wo believe. 

the most brilliant of all the miner events the JA.iV)///.'/ ('In »„;,!,:. If ij,,.. secret his- 

of the war. I tory of rel l l>lottiiigs ii, K,„.„J,^^.(,^,l,l 

— The great fire alarm bell recently be written, it would be found, wc suspect, In^t" our -^l'"'''^^''' ='* •^''*l'="i' «l:»lcc' Xov^ 
purchased by the city of Chicago has ' that more than one print of the baser ""'*• '' '^^"*^" ''^ ^'^'^ Francisco by the 
proved a failure. ' sort had bi en paid for abusing us. The 

— Dan Rice, tlie great showman, had a zeal of cerf.ain journals of doubtful vir- 
farewell benefit at Chicago on Saturday tue in behi.lf of the secessionist.^ is to 

, say the least, suspicous. 



Timnas' A. Ilenilrlcks vs. AVilHam L. Winning. 

.'">ll:ilni.. 

'Ill'' plaintill'inircliuse.l of tli<> <iff'ni;!iiit a CtT- 
talii pi>iiiii--or\ iii.l'', then ovi-nlii", ami piirnor- 

linKlo'i 1 iii'tere-t ul'ier iiia'ni il\ at tlie rate 

of two iinil a liiilf i>er cent, pi'r nionlli, taking 
from liim a wiineii warr.in'.y that tie' principal 
W's still line ami iinjiaiil : that it was ili.-u hear- 
ing in!' ri;.t at th" rale of two iinU anil a half p'T 
cen!, I'.er inoiiili ; ami that tlieni was tine nt the 
liniea spii'ili'''! .-uui. ilefaileil to rec.ner of the 
maker inori' th.iii .■!'•»•' ;i )>fr mit. ]nr min'iiii after 
niatnriiy. Inanai-tion l>y t!ie pluintilf on the 
W irr.''.itv, to recover the tlill-'reiiee lietween the 
ain'..iiit .u'lnallv recovere'l of the maker, an 1 the 
Slim which 111 - nolo woiilii huv uiiiuuiil'-il to at 
two ami a half iht c.-nt. per montli : 

J!< !■!, flia; tie' warranty cuil'l he oiiforctl an 
I'ori'.iiig to it- term-. li<l<l, ntsn, Tliat a jiif'g. 
men! vv hi'-h cnfori'i'il it only »- to the amoiiiit 
wnrraiiteil to !)" t)in' al the d.;t" of the as.-ijjn- 
mont, «:'s Lfioi'i-iii--'. 



I'.riiljret 1'aley, plaintiH in error, is. the rlll/> nit 
of ."'t. raul.'defenilanis In error. Syilabn. . 

A Ri'iienil areyuiion in a complain! that the 
plaiiitiif \' the iHvii'-r ill l''"' of land, is Milful. nt 
loeiiiille lil'.il to recover for ilaiiui,t;e> »i|.italneil 
hy op.'iiinu a ptieef tliioti^'li siii'li lamU. If the 
right to atii'li dama:/es had pa<scd to .-omc one 
other liiaii the plaint ill', l>y a>~';;iim"iii or oilier- 
wis ', the ili'liiidanls sli.eilii al.e.re Its l'ii:nit 
I'li'-ir, till' owner of the land i" eulitli d to the 
dainagt's. 

Ilie 1,1'gi lal'.ir'' tin the power to appoint titri- 
t'crs wit'.iin ih" limit • of u iii!inici;ial C'lrporation, 
to pi'i't'i>riii specilif iliilli's, siii'h as laving out a 
streel, mill til'' acts of siirh <il1ic i s arc the irctM 
of lie- ('it\, in the >uin'' inanner and to the same 
elfect a^ if perfoime ll.y tie' regalarly constiliili'd 
niiiiiici|>:il aiithorili.'s. 

Wh.n land Ills be< n t'lk^'n for u piililic .strot>t, 
llie daniag '.s :i<certain"d and the wind'' reord 

of th" proc'-ediiigs perO'cted. the right lo r ivt-r 

«ii''h ilamag''s i> lixeil and ri'sti-d, aii.l cannot lie 
taken away hy the Li;ilslatnr''. 



'larrison Kandall, I'luinliif in Krr.ir, vs. .Tohn 
Kd.riand Wile, I><'fendanls in Kiro;- — S\llahii.», 
K»''rv oil'' who piirt'Iiasi's land fioin Ilie I'liited 
••SfiU's hy pre-emption or pri\ati' entry does .so 
siiliji'd to the rul'-^ and rigiiialions that govern 
the Land l».purttii'-:i!. All ejitries arc mail'' "iib- 
jecl to the Mip-'ivl.-iiin and I oiit'iil of llm Com. 
m!-'sioni'r« of tiie tiencial l/.tiiii Oiliu', and all 
111'' caii-i's ar • di'cidetl liy the loi-al iMtr.d • titicc, 
siilij.'Ct lo app 'al. 

All Tiarties who purchnsp from n pre-emplor 
prior to tl;e t'oiisuiiimilion t)f the enli y, lak'' -ill*- 
j''ct to th" poivi'f of the upper iillice to eonlirm or 
oancel th" entry that e.\|-t".l jii rel.itl'in to the 
oritrinal piifu';a-er. 

Apr.- ■iiipic.riandand it \\n« .-oitllo It hefoni iIm- 
entry was ciMilirined hy the icner:'! Land OIThf. 
I'll' entry was «ii!isei|iii.ntly canceled hy tlint of- 
lice. Il-hl, I'll. it nothing' pa^si-il |,v 'tJii. ilei'd. 
That had the entry iMeni-onlinneil, th" r<intlriiin- 
tion VMiiil'l have relali'd hark to tlf date of the 
origin. d entry iiiid the title wmil'l have |K|ssfd to 
ll, liy V Irtiie of th" covenaiil - in the deed. The 

ca f < amp v-. .smith, ■-' .Minn. It, 1 Vi. Coin- 

lili'llled ii)>oii. I'LAMUtAI . 



— (in Wcdiiusdfty Ja»t, the ;'Jth tilt., 
the .State Department received a dispatch 



.*^tute of tlit> I*iiltlicmml Mince tikv 
UunjclMg-. 



UIsfO.'^tTIilX Of MILirAKY FOKCKS — SAX- 
llAKY COMHTIO.V OF THK TUOOl*^. 
Man'kato, .Jan. :ttl isrci. 

Since the execution of the thirty-eight 
Sioux jirisoners — an event to ilate from, 
if not to swear by — the usual tpiiet ob- 
tains at this post. The feverish excite- 
ment previously existing has naturally 
and mo.st liapi)ilv subsided. IJusiness 
again takes to its accnstoined channels, 
lioth soldiers and civilians evidently fiml 
great ami acceptable relief in being freed 
from the presence and care of so many of 
these brutal nuirdereriJ. Still great ac- 
ti\ity prevails. Colonel Miller, com- 
mandant of the post, and his ellicicnt 
staff, arc hard at work, [guarding, feed- 
ine and protecting the three hundred and 
twenty-tiine prisoners yet remaining on 
their hands — in exercifing not only ofli- 
eer-like, but paternal watch and care over 
the noble boys of the 7th, stationed here 
and at other points. A constant eye is 
also kept upon the frontier; and much 
time i.-; given to drilling. !Most evident- 
ly this llcgin-ent will soon graduate in 
the school of the >eterans. 

(leneral changes li.aving been made in 
the location of the military forces in this 
part of the .State, the following list coin- 
jiiled Ironi oliicial data, will be of inter- 
is<L to many of the readers of the Pkks.s. 
At JMankato, there are stationed the 
fleJd and stall' ofiieers, commissioned, and 
iioii-eoiiiiiiissioned, of the 7th regiment, 
togetlkor with the following companies of 
tlie s-uie regiment : Co. C, Capt. Burt, 
Co. F, L'lenif. Ilmldleston, Co. (r, Capt. 
Willisloii, j-eceiitly removed from Xew 
1,'hii, i'o. Y, (.'apt. (Jilfillan, recently re- 
moved from X'ew Auburn, Co. I, Lieut. 
McKelvy, and Co. K, Cajit. Burke. 

There is .also at Maiikato a det.aclimcnt 
nmicr Lieut. Kenncilv of Capt. Whites 
comiiany of the lOth regijnent. 

Company B, C'uptaiu Curtis, of the 7th 
llegiment. is at TivoU, seven miles east 
of .Maukato, C^onipany A, Captain Cut- 
ler, except a small rietbchnient at Winne- 
b.ago CJty, is t.t Fairmouiii: J^.Iartain Co., 
lilty-five miles KOiith of Maiikato. And 
Company K, Captain IJall, also of the 7ih, 
is at Modelia, W.atonwaw "Civ.., twunlj- 
live miles south-west from Mankaio. 

(.'aptain Wellman, of theilth Regiment.' 
\< at South Bend. Captain Dane, also ol" 
the '.>th, is at Jutlson. 

Cajitaiiis Edgerton ami White, of the 
10th Hegiment, are at Winnebago Agency. 
And ( "aptatn Ambler, of the same negi- 
inent, is at Garden City. 

( )rders have been receivctl directing 
that Dr. L. B. Smith, Assistant Surgeon 
of the 7th. be stationed at .South Bend, 
and that Dr. A. A. Ame.s be statioi.ed at 
(iardcn Citv. Surgcju Finch will remain 
.at tliis point. « 

Lieut. Colonel ifarshall, aeeontpanied 
by Dr. Ames, leaver here to-day to visit 
the troops at Winnebago City. Major 
IJradlev, with Dr. Smith, is also to visit 
Mo-'elia. 

Other visits — oilicial or otherwise — 
are lo be m.ade. Major Brown expects 
to viiil St. Paul in the course of a few 
tlays, and Sntler Shelly li.as already start- 
ed for the sanje plac.e to be present at, if 
not to take a hand hi the Senatorial fi.irlit. 

The rejiorts in eircutation here, about 
the liijie of the execution, of tlie clo.se 
j/ioJiimity of hostile Indians, prove to 
have been without foundation, This most 
remarkably jileasani weather, however, 
oll'ers a very favorable opportunity to the 
savage foe to assail the outer settlements, 
and the utmost vigilace ou^ht to be, and 
umloubtedly will lie, exercised to- foil the 
hell-hounds iu all such attempts. 

'J'he sanitary condition ol the troops 
stationed at this post is decidedly unfa- 
vorable. The constant and long continu- 
ed care of the Indian prisoners has im- 
l)osed great hardship upon ordinary e.x- 
jiosnre to frost and rain. The result is, a 
large number are now confined to the hos- 
pital, in most cases suffering from severe 
and tlangerous illness. The best care to 
be obtained is extended to the sick ; but 
the hospital is so poorly furnished, that 
until help is obtained from some quarter, 
great discomfort and suffering will be 
unavoidable. Col. Miller states that he 
has endeavored, but without success, to 
obtain through the proper channels, the 
.':|ieets, gowns, and even part of the inetli- 
eines necessary to the health and comfort 
of his alllicted men. Surgeon J. K. 
Finch wotild undoubteilly receive, and 
gratefully acknowledge, donations lor the 
lio>pital from aid societie** or individuals. 

P. 



K evening last. 



first vessel of a new sicamship line be 
tweeu cJapan and that port, and left San 
Francisco on tin; -'."d, to reach Washing- 
ton on the •J4thult. — thirty-two days from 
the time of starting. 



\ ■.i«*iit«.iMnt H^irnllril b.r u Nvicrah 
BcMnt.r Mn«l nanlvrrd. 

The Leavenworth liullctin of the loth 
contains an account of one of the most 
fiendish instances of rebel crime that has 
marked their diabolical deeds iluring the 
war. While the army was near Benton- 
ville, Arkansas, last spring, a secession 
young woman often visited the camp, and 
matle herself very agreeable to the officers. 
A Lieutenant in the lid Indiana battery, 
named Masterson, bei-ame charmed with 
with her, and she pretended to respond 
to the passion she had cy^'ated. Their 
relations became tpiite intimate, and on 
o'.ic occasion site invited him to visit her 
at the res'ulence of her uncle. He unsus- 
pectingly availed himself of the invitation 
to spend an afternoon iu her society. 
lla\iiig been with her about two hours, 
she went to the window and raised it, anil 
at the moment twelve giiorrillas appeared 
andliretlon him. He fell dead in the house, 
and was carried off to a mill pond and the 
body thrown into the water. Some lour 
da\s aftir the body floated to the shore, 
ami was buried by .an old in.au and his 
son. After the lapse of four weeks the 
body wa:* ibiind, disinterred and identi- 
fied by the comrades of the unfortunate 
lieutenant. The day after the commis- 
sion of the foul ileed the following note 
was fouml untler the pillow ol the young 
woman, written apparently, on the eve 
of a llight in the night time, to escape the 
search that followed the next day : 

Mil Dear L'uttU' awl Jintlt 

i have huccft'tU'il. Jly heanty, which you have 
ahvavs told im' was not worth a lig in life, han to- 
dav licooniplisht'd as nincli as the patriot general 
iaour gl rion.s tonfederaoy. I am content to 
(lifer liiv Ifi'auty, virtue, even life itself, upon my 
(>>ui|lrv'.s alwr, My bf^edlug country demands 
th'! sacrilipe, willin|(ly ' o'">y. 

I iwunot visit your liounii acfalii until this war 
closest, which I pmy God may do »oon. but when 
it does iitop, I hope to come and receive the blei"' 
!«inir>i of vou both on the head of 

Your TOMPIIIXI. 




DAILY 



BY TELEGRAPH. 



OUR SPECIAL DISPATCHES, 

XlJk. ClUCACiiO. 



PROM WASHINGTON. 



CONGRESSIONAL 
INGS. 



PROCEED- 



Bill for tho Payment of Soldiers. 



MeiiMfur 



l*o«ifll mahr* a 
Mperch. 



MeuuMtion 



Senator Rice's Resolution to Rc- 
imbiirse Minnesota, 



Si>erial TH.-'pat'-li to t'f St. /'nul J'ras. 

W.vsutNOTox. Jan. t>. 

In the Senate, to-day, Mr. Wilson re- 
ported back the House joint resolution 
lor the payment of sohlicrs and sailorc, 
with an amendment authorixing the Sec- 
retary of the Treasury to raise fifty mil- 
lion dollars, in Dem.and Notes. The 
sohller.s' l.amilies are suflering Un- w.ant 
of payment. The bill was referred to the 
Finance Committee. 

The bill concernir.g State rrisoners 
wa« taken uji ami elicited considerable 
discussion. .Mr. Powell, of Kentucky, 
in his remarks, salil he wanted to see 
more iron will evinced in the executive 
policy. 

The rebellion must be crushed out by 
every possible means. He wanted to see 
the 3Iisissipi>i opened by our brave west- 
ern troops. He woidd take the property 
of the rebels everywhere, and wonld wel- 
come the spectacle of one hundred thou- 
sand slaveholders running one way, and 
ouc million of negroes the other. He 
thanked God we li.ad an army and a navy, 
and a country, and complimented tlie 
"live Gfinci'al,'' lloseerans, the hero of 
Murfreesboro. His speech produced a 
(!eep sensation, and elicited frequent ap- 
plause from ^tlje galleries. The bill was 
{wS>.$rpoiHtd -until to-morrow. 

Senator Rice offered a resolution in- 
stru(;ting the Military Committee to in- 
quire into the expediency of reimbursigg 
aiinnesota lor the sums advanced in sup- 
pressing the Indian w.ar. Adoi-*^^''^* 

The bill to assist Missouri to einJ'^'''' 
p.ate her slaves, pa.ssed the House by vote 
of 7o to 40. To secure the benefits of it 
Missouri must pass her emancipation act 
before January 1st 18G4. 

Carter's exploits m Tennessee, de-s- 
troying railroad connections, bridges, 
&c., is considered of great importance, 
as it cuts oftliragg's llichmoud communi- 
cation. 



NEWS FROM MEXICO. 

Xkw YoitK, .Ian. 0. 
SjH-cUil n:.<i>ntifi to the St J'liill J'regs. 

The ncw.s from Mexico ia that the 
French army is advancing. One thou- 
sand mules and two hundred and fifty 
wagons had reached Vera Cruz from Xew 
York. The Mexican Government feels 
deeply the refusal of the United .States 
Government to help them. 

From San Francisco. 

special Dispatch to the St. Ptiii! /'n. <.•>•. 

.<.\N Fit.VNt i.-iii, .Jaa. <i. 
The Legislature of California was or- 
ganized to-day. The Senate resolution 
endorsing the emaiieiji.ation jiroclamation 
promises several daysdiscussion. A Large 
majority favor it. 

The Springfield Traitors. 

Spe-'ial tli.<pi'tr!i to tr.c St. I'attl I'lxsi. 

Si'uixfii-iKi.D, Jan. G. 
The Democratie demonstration here 
creates considerabb? exeitcment. Some 
of the .^^peakers went so far as to demand 
the immediate withdrawal of the Illinois 
troops from tlw field. 



By Telegrueiph. 



OUR ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES. 
The Battle of Murfreesboro. 



UK^'T HECKHH. 



Terrible Slaughter of the Rebels. 



CASUALTIES OP THE BATTLE 



CLARENCP: PRENTICE WOUNDED 



Our Loss 1,000 Killed, and 
6,000 Wounded. 



I)K.M<)<:i;.\Tie FiOsriv.M,. — Thnr.-day evening, 
•lannary S, ISOIJ, at Iiij?crr<oI!'.'* Hal!. 

('iimtiiiliv- of .-Irrni';!! iitfiif^. — J. A. IVt^kliaiii, 
I'ldn'iind Kicc, I). A. .1. Uaker, Thomas E.Massoyi 
William I'.Mnriay, Jam ■:^ Mi;i>, J. AV..Mct.!un;.'. 
John l-'arriiipton, AVilliani .^i>;igj; Mali, J. 1'. Kid- 
der. 1>. A. Itobertson, J. 31. Ciliiian, Georpe 
Mitscli, Jolin Whipple, M. 1-. Dowling, I'atrick 
^■a.•^ll, .Jolin (jrace, I. V. D. Heard, M. iJorniden, 
William l.ei]i. <;. '1'. Hewitt, Oscar Stephenson. 

J'reKidfut — Hon. (.'• K. Flandrau. 

Vice. Presidents — 1>. A. ltol>t?rtson, W. .1. 
Cnlleii. 

Spciil-irs—yii.'if.r». I!ri.>:liin, Atwater, Cowan, 
William ^'priKg Hall, ^McMahon, Oilman, Crooks, 
Wilder, Hainiiii, and others. 

3Iiisic by the tireat Western I>and and Quar- 
tette CInb. .Snpper at eight o'clock, under the 
luatiapeinent of Joseph Hall. 

Coiuiiiittee OH Jieri'plion — Hon. William 1*. 
Murray, Hon. Kdiniiiid Kic, Hjn. J. 1*. Kidder, 
LonU ISluiii, J. W. McC'Iuiip, ,S. .S. Eaton, John 
A. I'eokhani. 

A competent jiersou is engaged to tako charge 
of hats and overcoats. 

Pric'i of tickets $1 L'.'i each, to he obtained of 
either the Committee of Arrangements', at the 
International Hotel and Aiueeicau Hotel, at the 
l)nigand IJook Stores, and ut the door on the 
evening of the Festival. jnus-lt 



§m gitlmfemeuK 



Bad News from Vick^burg. 



GEW. SHERMAN REPULSED. 



XT E N 11 Y M c K E X T Y , 

i>i;.vi.Kn IV 

R^EA^L ESTA.TE, 

.SAINT I'AUL, MINNESOTA. 
flfS"Will al.so loeate Laml Warrants and sel' 
Real Estate on Coinini!<sioii. jans-d&wly 

T, • 'iAX TAYEIIS IN MILLE LAC 
^ - <X>1 NTV. 

" * girn-M that the amount of tax 

Xolice is here.. • valMui^o.n for the vear A. i». 
levied on each dnjlai 

!»•.--, is as follows : -an««o«t . .'.' ' . mills. 

For the support of .State (io, '«« i;£drts,.i mills. 
For jjaynient of interest on jmi^. '>ooJf /i mills. 
For the supjiort of State cjiiiiiiun sc. XiUilWi. 

For defraying County expenses 

For building and repairing reads and "'♦«. 

bridges in the town of I rineeion ."i rai. 

„ " " " Fast riinceton... J mills. 

Ir or town exjieuses— I'l ineeton s\ inills. 

— Easi I'riiiceion ?I niMl-. 

\ or ."st'liool dis( . expenses. Di.-t. No. - s mills. 

rrinci'ton, .Ian. 6th, ls<i:;. 

v.. J. V.JIIT.VEV, 

j;ui,-wMw Coiudv Treasurer. 



HEAVY LOSSES. 



Hfiecial lilnpnlch to the St. Paul /'/v.:.*. 

Cmko, Jan. '.'. 
The steamer .Jurat has just arrivetl. 
Gen. Sherman took the first line of en- 
trenchments at Vicksburg and held tlu-m 
about forty minutes, but was repuLsed 
while waiting reinforcement.s. Xothing 
has been heard from lianks or EaiTagut. 
Our loss is about five thousand. 



ITEMS PROM CINCINNATI. 



The East Tennessee Raid. 



.^pceiiil Diypnteh to the St. Paul Pre.^^. 

ClNTINXATI, Jan. li. 

The defalcation of Major Cook is said 
to amount to S2G.j,nO0. 

Our army moved from DanviUe, Ken- 
tucky, on Saturday. The direction is 
contraband. 

The Lynchburg Repuhlican of .Tan. Ist, 
in speaking of the "Yankee raitl'' into 
East Tennessee, savs thev destroyed HI 
miles of the East Tennessee Railroad, 
but not the bridges over the Ilolston and 
Walauguc rivers, and eaptuird 300 cav- 
alry. It characterizes it as tmexpected, 
daring and audacious, and well worthy of 
a Aforgan or a Stuart. 



Eflfecta of the Proclamation. 

.'ipeeiul Dispatch to the .St. Paul Prrsn. 

.St. I,t>fiii, .Tan. li. 

Since the first of January some three 
hundred slaves have left their masters in 
consequence of the proclamation of 
emancipation. 

Passengers from Springfield s.iy a por- 
tion of the army of the frontier l.tely in 
Van Buren, Arkansas, had arrived at that 
place over the Boston Mountains. Con- 
siderable quanties of molassas and sugar 
bad been captured from the rebels. 

The recent negro outbreak in Western 
Missouri has subsided. 



I'he Notorious Train at Milwaukee 

Special Di*patch to the St. Pant Pre$t. 

Mll.WAfKEE, Jan. r. 

A crowded house greeted the somewhat 
noted George Francis Train, of Horse 
Railroad notoriety, who lectured la-Tt 
evening before the Young Glen's Associa- 
tion. 

The people of Milwaukee were a little 
too sensible to be very highly entertained 
by such a bombastic fellow. After giving 
an account of his wonderful exploits in 
Europe, be spoke of going to Richmond 
to see Jeff., and settle this little difliculty 
of ours. 



T (JST J'ROMi.SSUliY NOTE. 

Xdti'-e is hereliy given, that :i pronii.ssorv note 
for .f !,:;■<;!.<•:;, duttnl .luiie ','rth, i.'sr.l. maile l.v 
.Schnl.'nberg, Il.j'ckider & Co., of Stiliivater, anil 
jKiyabl" one year IVoiii date, to the order of Die 
.■Slate I'niversity of Minnesota, has been lost by 
the hol.ler, and all persons are c:iiitioned fioiii 
having aiiytliing lo «io with the same, as it has 
been fully jiaid bv the drawei'>. 

jaii.vjdJtiiiw W.M.rd. KIMIJVI.L, Treasurer. 



QOLOXELS AND miVATES, 
Majoi'fs aiicl Serij^eaiits, 

And all o;!ier 

MILITARY MEX. 

Will find at 

K 1 L P A T li I C X \S , 

The best assortment ol 

MILITARY BOOTS, 

At very low price.:. 



JU.ST UECEIVED A M.VUXIFICENT LOT OF 

DoriiLE soli: c.ilf hair lisi:j) 
B A L ]V I O R A L S . 

Every man desiring comfort antl liealth, should 
have a pair of tlioiie.- 



Wt«noTi'.-^,l\fis«c»«':«idCliililj'ei\'»* 

SXOW BOOTS. 
Ai'ctics & Bviflaloes, 

We Invite Cash 13uvei".s. 

JanS 



P O U SAL K 



Men's Oiiolc 



?vl O C C A S I N S , 



Meii':^ Oil TaiiMooeaRsiiLs, 



MILITARY BOOTS, 



&c., &c.. &c. 



Mi'KFKKKsnor.o, Jan. 5. 

BiMgg's army left without burying the 
deatl ; our troops are now doing it. 

A search over the battle-field reveali 
terrible slaughter in their ranks — double 
ours. 

Most of the resident scccsL and fauii" 
lies fled. 

The panic and conflictlon of the people 
and soldiers in the retreat last Saturday 
after the night battle, and when it was 
thought lloseerans was coming suddenly 
into town, was indiscribable. 

The cause of the Union was never 
brighter since the rebellion than now in 
this region. 

>'kw York, January 7. 

The following is a special dispatch to a 
New York paper : 

Mi'KFUKK.SBono 0th, via Nashville Cth 
— The enemy evacuated iu haste during 
Salunlay night. It is reported they were 
terribly demoralized from loss, but they 
left 1 o property behind. 

Gen. Negley pursued them with in- 
fantry an 1 cavalry. 

Speers 1st Tenne-see cavalry attacked 
jind di.spirsL'd their rear guard of cavalry. 
Their loss in Wednesday's battle was 
r),0(X) ; several hundred on Thursday ; 
over 1,2(,K1 on Friday; 1,000 on Saturday 
night, including the wounded and cap- 
tured. We have l,.'i00of them prisoners, 
two Colonels and several Majors. 

The bodies of Brig. Gens. Uains and 
Hanson are here. 

Gen. Breckinridge was severely wound- 
ed, and Gen. Adams killed. Major Clar- 
ence Prentice wounded in the thigh. 

The famous 1st Louisiana regiment was 
destroyed. 

Our own losses in all the engagements 
were 1,100 killed, about O.tKKJ woundetl. 
and several thousand prisoners. One- 
third of the wounded will soon be able to 
resume duty. The army was considera- 
bly depreciated by stragglers, including 
a number of officers, who will be disgrace- 
fully dismissed, several for desertion. 

Col. !Moody, of the 7-lth Ohio, was 
■•*j}i>fK"tl ; Col. Charles Anderson of the 
^' '*\u.!ji Col. Nick Anderson of the 
"'•>J - ■• djjij (^^Jol. John 1-". Miller were 
IGth Ohio, .(y«^.,t leave the field. Col. 
wounded, but ^f^^ Jii-jiois, was killed. 
^\ illiams, of tlie i • , ij7ti, Indiana, wa:* 

;»Ve hail 

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Lieut. Col. Hull, of tl.. t^, 
woundetl — not dangerous. _ 
about twenty-five field uflicers j». 
as many wounded. l.icut Col. Ai.. 
'2'lA Indiana, reported killed, iii woundeu 
and a prisoner. The Chicago Board of 
Trade BatttTy, which behavetl gallantly, 
lost five killetl and eight wouuiicd Loo- 
nii.s' Michigan Battery lost one killed an'l 
twelve wounded, and Uiirtoen horse; 
killed. 

A review of the field of battle since tlu^ 
evacuation, shows that the enemy were 
much more formiilably jiosted than wt? 
had developed, even by our terrific figit- 



COXGKESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. 

Wasiiisotox, Jan. 7. 

lIoi'SK. — On motion of Mr. Olin, the 
Committee on Alilitary Affairs was dis- 
charged from the further consideration ef 
certain petitions asking for the introduc- 
tion of the homa-opathic system in the 
army. 

Sedgwick, from the Committee on Na- 
val Atfairs, reported a joint resolution 
that the Secretary of War be directed tu 
credit the se venal States in estimating tin- 
number of soldiers enrolled therein fcr 
Military and Naval service who otherwi:>e 
would be excluded. 

reiidleton introduced a preamble, re- 
citing (i rant's order, e.xclutling Jews as a 
clas.s from the .army lines, and a resolu- 
tion saying that ."^aid order deserves the 
condemnation of the House and of tlu- 
President. On motion of Washburn it 
was fabled, SU again.<it ;">;}. Messrs. Hcl- 
luan, Washburn, Stiles and Fenton weie 
ptrrmitted to record their votes in favoi- 
of the army apportionment bill. 



French Iron-Clad at Havanna. 

Nkw YoiiK, Jan. 7. 

Advices from Havanna state tliat tla* 
French iron-clad frigate La Normandi'. 
had arrived from Vera Cruz, en route for 
Martinique, to await orders. 

During her .stay al Vera Cruz, she lo.-c 
;}oO of her crew of OoO men, by yello*/ 
fever, including her commander. 



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Gen. McClellan at Philadelphia. 

rillLAIlELPIIIA, Jan. r. 

McClellan held a levee last evening ac 
his brothers Louse. This morning th.i 
City Cotmcil and Mayor waited on hiii 
and presented a testamonial autborizi .1 
bv the Council some time since. 



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Later from Europe* 

Nkw T<wk, Jsa. 7. 

The steamer New York, from South- 
ampton, 24tli, Las arrived. 

The news is mostly anticipated. 

The United Service Gazette eon£dentf«- 
assers that the Ionian Islands will be ei tf •> 
ed to Greece. 

Arrangements arc makiag for the with- 
drawal of troops. 

Prince Hesse refused due Gr«ek Hhront . 

France demande<l exftlknation* at Ma< • 
rid respecting the oiKcial statement ma< .i 
by Spain to Her Cortes, on the Mexica i 
question. 






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dnilcmcn nf the SautU' i.'nJ ll'H'fc of \ 
Iil•p^•l•gt•nUltu•.\i : 

Th»' |H'r.|)'.o of Minrif-'ita may jn-tly con- 
gratuLilf tluMusfhvs »|i0.i tin' lotitiniK'il 
prosperity of tliis Stuti*. (lurinir tin' j)ast 
vi'ar, imlwithsUmtliai: tin* i:;iMa:v.!l<'a'>l 
utriK'iti«s of till' liuliau war. 

In a-.Ticnlturt'. tin* oliii'i' iiiti'nvt of oiv: 
l)'"(>]>lt\ wi' liav»> k<M;t lip widi tin- proiri^'s- 
ol' loniio:- Y'.'ur.N ai;il «»iir wlnMt aiiil otii'-r 
i-onals artM'Uotiil, ill tli" irri'at trraia mart- 
of tho I'ouatrv. a-« suitorior to iiki' roin- 
moililiv'^ of othor sections tit' tliL' North- 
wo t. 

Till* extrao.•^^:.lar▼ a>>iuulanoe of our har- 
Vivts luLS rtttraco'il tl;' attcalioii of tin' 
v.drM. to till' ?upv'riiir iVrtility of our sitil : 
wiiilo (.'Vi'iV year's experieiu o \\a^ i'\!«*a.li'J 
tlu" Iioult'i-Vivin^r Imputation of o.'.r t Iiin.it.', 
a'hl iiivilt'd inultiuul.'s i>f iiivaliiis from tli.-- 
taiit lamls to r.'pair tlioir .-h.itt. :i-il frar.'.' 
in our jvare autl iiiviioratini; atmo.-p:u':t' : 
aiul woao-.v await, withco'i'.iih iio'. t!i.* .<iip- 
pn'ssioa of t':!- jilullion ia ill'. "^outh, for th;' 
ro~torat!oa of ou-.iatss a-nl iiu'>;n'at irrowla 
an I ;: 'i ritv tl'.al a bcaitkeut I'iuviUi'luo 
La- i:i >tore for us. 

Wliili> t'a.' prnia-l thoii'j:lits iiispiriMl l>y 
the fui-t t'aat a taiilion of ar-.a.'.! nira ur.> 
inaiatained i>y the iiiaeral Uovoraan-at in 
aetivo sorvieo, with the daily reports of 
liatlli'S fiui/ut a nl virtories woa. of eiti^ - 
sainhjed aail Stales eoa<|Utivi:, have tiU' 
:;„> oileet, I fear. tJ dwarf iii th- piiMie e- 
ti:aaiion t'.ie eoinpar.itively small CiKK-era- 
oi* a youii<; State, 1 trast yoa, ireutU-aji'a. 
will have a prop^T ai>preeiutioii oi" the ilu- 
tie> we owe to our .Miiiuesota, a:ai will .-<.«' 
t!iat amid the claa-or of anus, while v.e 
pt'rforin all oar duties to th.' iin;u'rllled 
tJoveruuietu oi' the uatioa. that o'.'.r Oj.va 
iJutiw to the pres<>nt auu tlie future of tlii- 
rnnuaoav. e::U!i will lie so di^ciiarjied that 
whin tiie I'oud of war sIi.Jl have rolled 
u'v;'v aatl jH'aee a..iin >mi!es upon u--. all 
t'a.' iiitt'r< -ts of the Siate will hav.' lu'.a s) 
jjuanled and direeletl that we sluUl maivh 
oa tv» the fuitiimeat of our briirht destiny, 
without hiaderaa.-e booau .^ of any action 
ur any omission of ours. 

KIXA.MIAI. tO.Nl>irH>\ »>!• rilKSlATK. 

The iiv.Iit of t'.i'* ."^tate as exhibit 'd ia 
tb^ market vahie of o:u- bonds, mu-t l>o 
highly H-ra! ifyiny: to all who relleet upon 
the depressi..m that but a few years sini«' 
wcigheil d'l'.va all our s» earit;e-. 

Oiir ei^ht per cents, have rep.^at-dly s >I 1 
u>r l.'>\ to l.»'-'> pT r'^.xt , a;ul the loan au- 
tii.^ri.: d by the at of .■'^eptomNer "JT. l>f>'l. 
wa-s u ;^ot;'ated at a rat' of iutere^. when 
th'> pr^'Uiium paid is eousidi-n-d, of le--^ 
than seven per eoat. 

Th-' items of our pormanoat il'-bt are ;:• 

foilo'.v.-, viz : 

1 nr actf»f MirchtUTi. 1^'>S. (3. s per cent,. *. '.■■•■."'' > 
•J Uy act of &.i>t. iT, 1>3J, i^ ' i^cr cciir... nH.t,t' <) 

TotAi. - - - - foJ'."-i 

The loan of l-C'2 was eontnictod solely' 
for the purpose of lae. tintj e.xpeauitunvs 
jrrov.iu:; out of th-? la-lian war ; and the 
whoh^ amonut will doulttles^ be returned to 
tis shortly, as I am iniorined by the author- 
ities of thv> I'tiited States ia \Vash:a;j:ton. 

The ea-h payments on the sale's of school 
hill is will probably eo-.tiirae to yield from 
liftv to oni' hundi-ed thousand liollars ]».n- 
aun'.un. Tiie fur.ds from this source.^ witli 
whatever we may n-eeive from the L'uit.d 
States on aeeount of our war exjvudiiiir.-. 
iai;;ht b.j invested, l-y the punha.e of oa,- 
.-iirht p T teat, bonis if they are to be li.id 
at par, or if not, in interest payin:,' slucks 
of the United States, so as toaeeuniulaf a 
land to met uur <-i,:.'ht j> r cent, bonds 
when thi>v become du' ia Novenib r. 1,>.;7. 









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Jn tiiis'way the oblij^atious of the State 
will bepiovi'led for. eertainly, and no part 
of tliereveune will at any tiuie be iille. aad 
the temptation will be ie.-seaed to dinet 
them to temporary or imnruvideut uses. 

A sinking' fuinleommi->:oa. to con.-i t of 
the Aatlitor, Trea.-ar»T and Attoru»'y <Je!i- 
iral mi,d;t be creat d, with authority to in- 
vest, frum time to time, the funds as th-y 
aecuarahite. 

The report of the State Trea-nrer rx- 
hibit> tlie'lraasu-'tioas of the tiaaaeia! yar 
in a most satisfaetory li<rht. 

Tlie n ceipts iato the treanu-y from all 
sources, were as follows, viz : 

Tutei for State ivjr{ioses, Dec. 1, I~C1, to 

l>eo. I, 1-<;J. 4 111 IN, - - *;i'~^,'>"X) 71 

Taxes for L'uiteJ SuUes war jjarposo,<, 2 

mil!;*, . . . - 

Site of 3c?i->')l Linli, raili proci''-'.l,<, 
Kcnt-> of do dj iuti.rost, grais, ic, 

»..l.t, - - - - . - 

Bo:»r,i uf V. 9. prUoners in Ponitentiary. 
On aeo'innt of 5 p-.r C'-ut. fund on salts of 

pulilic !:inil, 
liaUace In Treasury, D.c. tat, l^i'l, 

Mukinj a total of - - - |-.:-l,'yl 7'* 

The di'liursonnents from December l.-t. 
ISOl, to i>e-":!iber lit. lbG2, weiv a^ fol- 
lows : 

PaMAu.litor-nrarr.infs, - - fl37.ry<j71 

I'aiJ i*.;c"y "f Treasury of Lulled States, 

on acciuut if «'ar t.ix. 
Balaricc in trcaiury l>cc.nil>.-r 1st, Is'Vi, 

Makins a touljof, - - •2il,"JI "> 

The balance beloa^'^^ to the following: 

funds, viz : 

.Stato i;..-¥c-nie, - - - *V*^'^ i'l 

War Ux of rutted .«tat»->, - - I'-.-'t. .'. 

Hch.Ml Kiiiil, p'?r;naiivnt, - - l'J,4:Uj »•' 

Hcho.ji Fua.l.lutt-resl aci-.>unt, - - 0,-."J> -'t 

lutcrcit unprjvcajeut fun.l, - l»l~> ". 

Making a total of. - • $*>,.V/) ^7 

The Audit >r's estimate of the actual ex- 
peases of tht; State ia-urred ilaria;;^ the 
year, paid and uapaid. exclusive of thos ' 
iucuiTed on accouat of the Indian war and 
for rel'ui,'ees, from Deeend)er 1st, l.'^tJl, to 
Deeomber l.>t, 18;2, id arranged umh'r the 
foUo.viu'* hoads, viz : 

>;<■■-• »:iv; I)?|iart;nont, 
Judicial U.'partm-iit, 
Irt^alativo, re;;u!ar neiiton, - 

" extra 

Public Printin^', 

" •• extra sossion, - 

Slates Prisjn, 

Land 0;U.:e, .... 
Military Kxpjnditare.l, - 
Misc'.-li.uiei>u<, 
Interest on Slats Loan, 

Total, 

The followiii' is hi.i estimate of the or- 



Ui" tlii.< am.iit, til.' \;ida>r cslim-it^'S 
rrf.ipi«ii>« illi- ri\a3ury, o( lax of 
lv;.». :,t I oilU, - . ♦S|.:?;.% (V) 

I>. liii'l-i lit tax s, ... :C>,iNM) 01) 

Pi.ll tnx if out tiu.l, - - - •.•i.inNMti) 
.MiM.-t'Uuociu.'i, . - . Ci.OtH) 0<> 

T t:»I, - - $117,:!7."> (» 

The account of tiie .State with the I'ni- 
ted Stat«>!» for its «|Uota of the tliivct war 
tax ol'is sabs!antla!iy as follows, viz : 

Wlnli'tix. $108,021 01) 

.Viit'unt pai.l b.' State Tro.-»- 

snr.T, J.i!:e iso.', IIT.IKW II 

.\oe.)iint* for v.ir expeii.li- 

t'lres I.) A;. I I Is!, IniV.', 

r. n.l.-r.d in .(iily, 1-mVJ, 17,S.'1 1(J 
AiiK'Uiit III Tr ;asurv, Uce. 

1st. iM-,.'. - . ■ io,-.'w o; 

.\iviuiiits for \ ;ir exjiendi- 

tiire.t .-leerae.l si:iee April 

1st, l>t;.', uud not jet 

prisiiitc.l. - - 3,100 *> 

lii-.-oiint allowi .1 for coll.'t'- 

ti.'ii of the lax )>v the 

Jitate, - - ■ - 10,'K»0— 114,19^ 09 



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Tliu< leavinR a h ilanee to be pio\ i.led 

f..r of - .... J11,12S 01 

Tills sum t :ui be readily liijuidate*! out 
of the daim-i tiiat liavi' ahi'ady accumula- 
ted a;.;ain t tl e Unit''l State.-, on aci ount 
of the ex;icn;i tuii's arislu'^; oat of the war. 
in di'f.'nce of ih • I'liioa or the Indian v.ar, 
and t!ie State would ai,'ain be iv-inil)ursed, 
and that, i)rol>al)ly, in a few month.s, from 
tli.' war ta\is of lM>2. ciuninir into the 
Treasury, so tuat the direct war tax o( the 
I 'i:ited States i.-« really thus amply provi- 
ded for, and 1 le two niilU, or war t;ix. need 
n^>t lie levied lor th • year IMJIJ. 

in co.i.-i.lcr.itloa oi' ihe onerous taxatioa. 
to whicli tiie jieople have Iteen sulvjicted, 
in Slime parts of the State, and the bieak- 
'lifj; up of s.u ial oiiranization in many of 
ilie t'rontier lOUtities l>y the Indian war. 
every item of sujH'rSiuous ta.xatioa shouM 
b.« adandoae.l : at the same time, tiie 
ari.iuat of ta.\atiou should !ie in-isted on. 
tiuit is a!'so!utely necessary to jtrovhle for 
th' current e ijiouses of the (iovernment. 

'I'he war loan auth««rizcd at the extra 
session was iie-rotiatcd upon favorable 
terms. The .Me.-^rs. Thoinji.-on Hroth'-rs. 
of Saint Paul, hivinjj taken it at *>ne and 
oni' fourth j»er cent, above par, in bonds 
biarin^X "-I'l iatere-t of seven ])er cent., 
wliich yiel.ls to the State the sum oi 
S!til.-2."ro 0.'. 

IJy my a;lvii o. ami with the coivsent of 

tlie Sle.-srs. Tiiompso!!, the Commissioiier 

of I'ublic Lands took fifteen thousand of 

tlie loan oa account of the permanent 

.■^'•hoid fund. 

Tiie :i;n .uiit of > ■ite Scrip outstan. Un^, 

on Dec. K-t. liWl, wa-« - . - fJS.JO'lO 
T!ie a-.i unt of S:ate Scrip out.standiu^, 

oii :>ce. Ut, IvJl' .... ,V-.,01S OS 

M.iVin^a JiCrtren-e 'f - - - 7,i>.'><1 6i 

This i.s a snriU'i>in'r!y .«mall increase w hen 
tiiC «Ii-turbed condition of thecoimtry. tiie 
I'ai't tiiat an e:.tra .'•e.->ion of the Leirisla- 
ture has oci irrnl. and the con.-<eipient 
extraordinary demamls upon the 'I'reasury 
are considered Th* probability is that 
one half o\' tiiis .scrip i.- even now in the 
haad-; of Coiu.ty Treasurer.-;, to tie; cn.'dit 
oi' t!ie Slate. 

Amoa^j th^ most jrratifyin^: facts, as 
statesl by the Treasurer, is the amojjnt of 
t.ixe-i which h w been paid in. duriui,' the 
past year, in < omparison witli the amounts 
received ia i nai'T, and more peaceful 
Vvar.s. 

Tlie Slate taxea c. Uected in l-firtamYd to f ni,91'? .V5 

IsiJl " liHt.lse S:» 

' 1>02 " 1*5,001 71 

Doubtless the larirer amount coll(M't<'d 
in lsii;".i, notvithstaadinir the disordeied 
coaditi.>n of t!ie country is owintr. in a 
u^reat tleirree t > the l)cneiicent act of the 
late Leo^islature, in refeifnco to the di'iin- 
(jucnt taxes that had accumulated in the 
yc;;rsfollowin': the tinancial crisis of 1S.')7. 
which in certain towns and counties, owinjj 
to tliee.\trav;io-ant as-e.>-ments of '"the in- 
tlatCfl period" excee<led the money value 
ol llio property. 

I contemiilated a.-kin!r you to adopt 
somonieasin'- for appreciatia;; our State 
v.arraiits, whi h for some time j);i-t huvi- 
bci'u scllia<r li 'low par, to the detriment of 
the Slate, whi di inn)akin<; contracts with 
other partie^ has lieen compelled to make 
•ro»l the discount that ruled in the 
market, liy aa increa-ed price ; of such of 
h''r creditors ;ls an.' compelled to take .scriji 
at par; an<l o" the several State ollieials, 
who for this cause, have received twenty per 
cent, li ssthantiieiriinminal salaric.-:. I am 
led to Lope, ho wever.from the very llatterin>r 
:.s.-urance wliich the statement of the 
Trea-un r irivo- of an improvement in our 
tinance.;, that the scrip now outstandimr, 
will, in con.<eqnence of this, rapiilly appre- 
ciate in value and shortly cease to enter 
iato the circulation of the e.iuntry to the 
decree it has heretofore, and that before 
the clo.se of 'he year, warrants upon the 
Treasury will be])romptly paid in cash. 

HELI ::r FOR KKKUllKICS. 

It i.-5 amonf the many unfortunate re- 
.suits of the Si >ux war. that thousands of 
our frontier p' ople, who, w ith their fami- 
lies liad there" ofoie lived in comfort, were 
depriv.'d ofthi very nece.-sarits of lite, and 
tlieir absolute support, thus was devolved 
upon our ixh; ti-ted Tivasury. 

It is a fair !is-;umption that for months 
fully one t 'tit'i part of our entire popula- 
tion v.a- di-tn soil for their needful shelter, 
food and cloth nir. 

Thousands if these people so suddenly 
made di'peade it u|>on the charities of the 
world, tied to St. I'eti'r, where they were 
provided for, and in any hunilreds reached 
St. I'aul, Anoka, Minneapolis and other 
river towns. 

The State appropriated twenty-five thou- 
sand dollars, t I ndieve their most pressinif 
want-:, and to his :;um has I)een addi-d by 
the;reiierous ilonatioiis of citizi'ns of New 
Voik, IJoslo 1, J'hiladt'lphia, Columbu.^ 
Dayton, Xeni:i and Cincinnati, the further 
sum of five thousand one hundred ninety- 
three dollars. 

From tlie Ueport of Chief Commiss- 
ioaer IJerkey, you will learn with what ex- 
cellent discroton and with how g^n'at ben- 
e!it to the recij)ients this sum of over thirty 
t'iou>an<l dolhirs has been disbursed, under 
the L''n:'at eml» irrassments which have at- 
tended his lubors mill those of hi.-t col- 
leaifiies. 

The daily appeals which woi-e made to 
them had to be answeivd, not as their own 
feeliiiT-i miirht dictate, but a.s they, as pub- 
lic olHcors, in the exercise of their be-t 
judu'ineat mi<jht deem most prudent, in 
viev.- of tlieir haviajr a limited fund to di.s- 



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edi^e of the number who would eventually 
be dependent upon it, or the leii;rth of time 
it woidd be nc essary to continue the re- 
lief ail'o.'-ded b\ it. 



dinary expenses of the State Coverniaent ^^ ^ ___ _ ^ _._ 

for the fi.scal year from December l.J, ltG2, )„i,-..,o, without po>sesin.tr adefjuate knowl 
to Decemlier 1st, 1863 : . - . . . ..... 

Executive l).;..irluieBt, 

Judicial Department, 

Legislative Uepartiueut, 

Land Oltu-, . . . - 

Public Printing, . . • 

Mates Prison, - . • - 

Repairs of Capitol, 

Interest on Loau.s, ... 

MiaceHaneous, 

Total, - 
Oar resource.s for ordinary expenditures 
are to be derived from th" ta-X of four and 
a half mills on real and personal property, 
from the poll tax, if it i.s continu'd, from 
labor of jjrisoners, lioard of L'ltitid Stub s 
prisoners, receipts from five p^r cent on 
Bales of United States public laiul-s etc. 

etc. 

Owiu" to the cjitiro di.sor<ranization of 
the western aud northern counties, it will 
not be safe to assume the total valuation 
of 1862, at over 830,000.000. 4^4 mills 
Jevied oaibi:* basis will yield $135,000 OD. 



In tlio St. I'vttr dl Irict the number of refugees 
aided during tlu' moiitli of September, was 

Diirin;j the niuntii .'f Oelo.')er, ... 

!>iirin!;lhcnioiitli if No»cii;l)er, 

111 th" Minm-aiKilis diHtrict the number of refu- 
flvr-i aidej_duriii { the mouth of Septemljur, 
was - " 

Duriii;^ tlie month "f Octot)er, 

Duriii,;t.';e i.ionth 1 f Novemlier, 

In til.. AniiSa disi -ict Ihe number of refugee! 
aiii.'d iluring the month of September, wu^i - 

During' till- iiioiilii , f October, ... 

Durinj; the month if Xovember, 

In the Saint Paul diitrict tlie number of refusers 
aideddurinj; theiaonth of teptember, wan 

Diirin;; the month ( f Octolier, - . - . 

Dui'iiiK Ihe month > r Novenib<-r, - 

.Makiii;; (I...- nhole number of refugees in the 
several districts :dded by the CouiuUMionerit 
duriii;/ the month of September, ... 

Dui ill); Ihe month of October, « . . 

During the month o November, 

The Commi.'-iiouers estimate that about 
fivu hundred will require support during 



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the winti'r, and that about one humlred 
others will reipiire occasional aid. 

I.\I>IAX WAi: LOAX. 

Th.' sum of .^eventy-tive thousand dollars 
appropriated, to meet the indebtedness iu- 
ciiried by the State, oa account of the In- 
dian war, wi'uld have been sulhcicnt for 
that purjiose, had the State been called 
upon to di.scharL'c only the expenses of the 
I .Militia temporarily called out — as pay, 
i transportation, sulisi.-stence and other 
chartre.^ such as neces.sarily accrued — lor 
the time the Militia were under the con- 
trol and direction of the State Authori- 
ties. 

It was my expectation and I have so 
held, tluit a'< the (.Joveruinent of the Inited 
States assumed command of the military 
f.irces employed in the .State, it would also 
be n-sponsible for and would assume all 
the obliijations incuri-ed, for the support 
and eiiiploymi-nt of tho.>^e forces. Tiie Cni- 
tcd .-^tates troops had ..crved with the State 
.Militia. The traasportalion fureachliad lieen 
furnished iiy the State. 'I'lie QuarteniKts- 
ters and Comniis-aries of the .Militia had 
eiiualiy .-.•■rved both classes of troops. 
.Much'of the transportation oriq;inally fur- 
ni.shed by the Stale was retained by the 
I'nited States and employed in its service 
for nearly three moiilas, after .Major Cen- 
eral rojie took command in this -Military 
Department. 

livery I'ilort was made with the authori- 
ties at \Va>hiie.;ton to have these ex|)enses 
arisiiiir out of the Indian raid promptly met 
by the tieneral (jJoverument; and could 
that desiral)le arraiii^etnent have been ef- 
fected it would have superceded the neccs- 
.-ity of negotiatinij the war loau author- 
ized. 

In answer to my several npplications to 
tlie .Seci-etary oi' War on tiiis subject, he 
has tran.-.initted to me aiaoii;^ other papers, 
a letter of tiuartniaster i Jeneral Meiiis, to 
whom the Honorable Secretary hail refer- 
rid my reipiest, lor an opinion, as to the 
authority of the Department iu the prem- 
i&e.s. 

The letter very clearly states the rea- 
sons why the l)epartineat could not, at 
that time, provide for the payment of the 
claims aud expenses and is as follows : 

QctBTrRM-tSTKR (itlNEKlL's Ol-KICK, t 

Washington Ciry, Oct. UI, Isiii. » 

llo.v. EowiJi M. Ptanto.n-, 

Secretary of War, Washliigt.jii, D. C. 

Sm : — I h.-vve the honor to ai-knoKled);e IIk" rreel|>t 
of a ommuuicati.'n frini the Hon. Al.-.xaiid r Itam. 
sey, tiovernor of .Miiuiesutu, in reference to the ex- 
penses incuiTv.I in that Sl.ite, on account of the re- 
cent outbreak of the Sioux liidi.ant, referred by you 
for a report on the f.dluwin;; p.jintn : 

1. Whether there i^ any appropriation out ef which 
the claim can be paid ? 

•1. U there be such appropriation, what sum should 
be paid ? 

The foll.>winj; rep.irt is respectfully submitteil : 

Isl. The appropriations fir the Quarterm.ister's 
Dei>aitment are b.ased upon estimates made in aec.ird. 
atice •.\tih existintt acts of Conjfres^.and the re);ul.iti.>ns 
oft!ie War Department, uuthoriied by thos..- u'.'ts. 

Tiiese do n.it proviile for the expeii«rs of Slate 
Iriops not called into the .nervice of the L'njte.l Stntis. 
Thi-ri- is no appropri.itii.n un.Ier the ci>nir..| of the 
(•uaitermaster's Department, from which the ex])en.ses 
iiicurri-d fur such State Irui.ps can W paid. Ex- 
penses incurred for Ihe movement mid operation <,( 
volunteer or drafted militia iiiu.stered into fl;e ser- 
vice of the United St.ite', under existing laws, an.! 
used in the war a^.tiii^t the Sioux can be paid from 
the exislin; apiir.ipriati'in. 

Therefore, wlien the (lovenimeiit of a State or Ter- 
ritory li.-\s incurred expenses in defetidini; the people 
of said State or Territory from the attacks of I;idian<, 
C.jn^ress has provide.l, after the events, by special act 
and a|>prnpriation for the settlement of the claim. See 
act of Feb. 14th. I.s'>l, (Vol. 9, p. 5tV".) " To settle 
.vid ailjust the expenses of the peoji'.e of Oreifon In 
defi-ndio); themselves from the attacks and h.istilities 
of I'ayuse Indians; " aad Feb. •J7th, l^M, (Vol. it. 
p. .^7:^.) " For reimbursing the St.ite of Florida for 
m.>ney .-nlvanced and pai.l, and for expenses incurred 
and oblis.itioiis contracted by -ai.l State for sub.si.st- 
rnrr. Hi<Ti|ilics and services of local troops called Into 
•ervlce." 

■Jnd. It cannot be determined what sum should be 
paid in this case, until a full aii.l detaile.l statement of 
the actual ami necessary expenses incurred ha.s lieen 
pivsented, wliich statement sh.nild be accompanied by 
proper vouchers, and s.ali'sfaclory pr.>of of the correct- 
ness thereof, authenticated in conformity with the 
usa'.'es of the department. 

The commuiiicati.in of Governor Ramsey Is here- 
with respectfully returned. 
I remain. 

Very respectfully. 

Your ob'd't'serv't, 

M. c. Mi:ir.s, 

Quartermaster General. 

On learnin;^ that the State must of ne- 
cessity seek an upiiropriation from Con- 
gress for the jiayment of the Indian war 
exj^enses, an apjiroximate estimate, which 
was all that it was possible, at that time to 
obtain, was made of the amount that would 
1>;> reipiired to meet the olilijrations which 
had been incurred by th'* State, and which 
it was her bonnden duty to have di.schar<jed. 

That estimate amounted to the sum of 
two hundred thousand dollars: the items of 
which were promptly furnished to the 
Secretary of War, in .season to have the 
amount incluiled in his estimate of War 
expense.-;, preparinj^ for the action of ('ou- 
jrres.s; and it is hoped an early appropria- 
tion will be made by that body to relieve 
us from embarrassment. 

The Hoard of Auditors of War Claims 
have been in session since the 1.5th day of 
()i tober, and have allowed claims to the 
amount of 

The iiccounts and vou hi rs, in all these 
cases, will, as soon as possible, be trans- 
mitted to \Vashinj;tou, and if, as I trust, 
soon will be the case, an appro])riation is 
made for the payment of them, we shall be 
enabled to settle the balance of the claim; 
unpaid. 

TIIK COMMISSION TO ASCKUTAI.V DAMAGES. 

By the act of the 2Tth of September, the 
Governor was authorizetl to appoint three 
discreet and trustworthy citizens of the 
State, to act as Conmiissioners, to inrpiire 
into and ascertain, as far as practicaljle the 
number, names and other interestinjr facts 
concerniii:; the parties killed, and the value, 
ownership, kinds and other statistical in- 
formation in rejrard to the property des- 
troyed by the Indian.s. The m't jiroviiled 
'•that in case any ajreot or commissioner 
was appointed by the United States au- 
thorities, then no commi.ssiouer should be 
appointed under this act" 

At an early day, after the adjouniment 
of the late extra .session of the Leg^islatun', 
I addre.s.sed a conimunii:ation to the I'resi- 
dent, on the subject of the projKised Hoard 
of Commissioners, and was informed by 
him in reply, that he did not purpo.so at 
that time to make any appointments: but 
sulisequently, the Seci-etary of the Interior 
informi'd me that he would apply to Con- 
gress for authority to appoint such ageut. 
1 pn^ferred that tlie Conmii.ssioners 
.shouhl I>e ajipointed by the United States 
(Jovernment, as such appan'utiy was the 
preference of the Legislature, and esjHJcially 
lor the irason that such aiUiou on the part 
of the (jiovernme:it would be u tacit admi.s- 
sion of its obligation t.) compensate the 
unfortunate sulferers. The report of its 
agent, also, for obvious reason.s, would ob- 
tain more credence at Washington than 
would that of an ageut, acting under the 
authority of the State. 

Still, as the delay involved would neces- 
sarily imi)air the evitlence it is tles,irable to 
hqve ni-rpetualed, I attemptiHl to organize 
a Hoard uijder the act, aud tendered to 
tliree several geutlea;ei; a place oa the 
Commission. Hut they in every ca«'e de- 
clined serving, for the ivasou that they did 
not deem the per diem of thnnj dollars iu 
.State scrip a .sufficient compensation for 
the services to be reuden'd, and for «o brief 
a jic'riod of time as to the first of Januar}*. 
Under these circtnnstauccs J WQuld re- 
spectfully refer the saliject for your further 
consideratiou,with these suggestions In or- 
der that the evidence may be perfectly digeat- 1 



pJ, methodized and arranged, no as to secure 
re.sjiectful examination of the report when 
it is made, it .seems advi.sable that the 
Tn'sident, at least, of the Commi.ssion 
liould be a geuth'man of experience in the 



It has bei'u found dilTicult to reach efTec- 
tually the li„i,(l holders the most of whom 
.vet cling to the hope that tla.' Uiiiver.-lty 
bonds :ire Slate obiigations. 

A l»oiii(iu of the otiier iadebteihas-; has 



practice uf the courts of law, who should , been .settled with land ; at a valaatioa which 

be projierly compensated lor his .services, must be satisf.„.torv to the State, and which 

Ihe .sjiace ol time allowed lor the ex- | is not ine,p,it..il,!,. ,'„ ,i„. civditors A be- 



istence of the Hoard v,as tpiite too brief in 
which to gain the full, matrue and thorough 
information contemplated by the act, or 
for that faithful examination of their ca.^es, 
which injustice, is thie to the surviviii<r 
uafortuuiite .sull'erers, who have lieen bereft 
of frit lids and deprived uf properly. 

I would thei-efore sugge-,t, if it should 
be deemed advi.sable by the I.,egislaiun' to 
take any further action on this suliject, and 
provision should be made for the ajipoint- 
ment of Commissioner.s, in view of the 
limit of countrv over which thev would 



gmamg h:is ihn< i,c-,!,i iirect 'd. towards a 
i-eleasi; of the University from the incnlius 
which has so long re>te.j uji.m it, and a di.- 
positioa shown on the i,art of the liegeats to 
do what lies in their power, to im-et its oli- 
ligation<. It is hopeil that all th»' credi- 
tors may be jiersaaded to accept the eipii- 
table proposals made to theai. 

i>isposrno.\ or i.vsam: patikxts. 

Under the advice of the Legi>latare, I 
addre.s.sed the (iovernors of .several of the 
Xorthwest.rii States, last sjiring, to asi-er 



have to extend their iimuiries, that they j 'iiiu whether tin-y would reciive and can 



should not be iwstricted to a le.ss period of 
time than three month.s, in which to jier- 
form their labors. 

PRK-KMPTIONS OX .SCHOOL LAXPS. 

The questions long depending bi^twcon 
the .^tate and National (loverameat rela- 
tive to pre-emptions upon si-hool lands, 
have at length been determined adversely 
t>i the jiosilion maintained by the Attorney 
(jieiieral. 

However the law may be which con- 
trols the ciise, there can he no doubt tiiat 
to the great public inter<,'>ts involved in the 
pre.-.ervation of the school fund, the result 
of the doctrine umiounci'd by our courts 
cannot be otherwi.se than disastrou.-:. 

The decisions of the Kegisters and Ile- 
ceivers of the local land ollices are held 
conclusive, :ind every pre-emption, although 
accompanied by the grossest fraud and jnr- 
jury, is thus unassaihjile by the State in 
the or.linary legal tribunals of the land. 

This decision as observed by the Attor- 
ney General, is likely to open the door to 
a system of frauds that will menace tin? 
entire ])ublic domain. 

In view of the vit.d importance of th«^ 
t|uestioas involved, it seems desirable that 
they should be fully invcstigati'd and de- 
termined, by the highe.-.t legal tribunal of 
the nation. I have therefore advised the 
Attorney to take the case, by writ of error 
to the Supreme Court of the United States. 
.Vn appropriation to meet the expenses at- 
tendant upon the conduct of the suit in 
that court will be necessary, 

la this connection, and in view of the in- 
creasing encroachments upon th.e .school 
lands from this source, I earnestly recom- 
mend to the Legislature the passage of a 
memorial to the Congress of the Unite. 1 
States, praying for the repeal of the Joint 
Resolutions of March 3d, li^oT, authorizing 
the jire-emption of .school lauds by parties 
settling thereon {)rior to the survey, or a 
modilication of the provision so as to ex- 
cept the school lands within the territorial 
limits of this State from the operation 
thereof. Although it may be true, that in 
rare instances thc-^e res )lutious have af- 
forded nuTited relief to honest and iudu.s- 
trious settlers, yet in the majority of ca.-es 
it is believed they have only atlorded op- 
portunities for the practices of the dishon- 
est and corrupt. 

It is at least certain, that if it bo true, 
that a party by the mere filing of a false 
aflidavit of settlement with a ministerial 
oliicer may with impuuity rob the Stat" of 
the fairest portion of her domain, the 
dangers to the public interest are by no 
means comi>en.sated by the rare instances 
of private relief which may, as they occur, 
be with equal facility i-eached by the iuter- 
positiou of the Legi.slature. 

prnLic ix.sTnucTiox. 

It is very desirable that there should be 
greater uniformity in the several counties 
aiitl districts of the State in the decision of 
questions arising out of the school, revenue 
and tax law.s. As in my judgement the 
publication of the opinions of the Attor- 
ney (icueral given on those tojiics would 
contribute very preatly to such a residt, I 
would respectfully suggest that an annual 
appropriation be made for that purpo.^e. 
A more general compliance with the re- 
quirements of law, on the part of County 
Attorney .s, it is hoj)ed will, in the future, 
furnish us with the full and complete crim- 
inal statistics so e.s.seiitial to the I/'ghslator 
in the intelligent discharge of his duties. 

The report of the State Superintendent 
of Public Instruction is respectfully sub- 
mitted for your consideration. 

The inability of this Department, ever 
since its formation, to present a reliable ta- 
ble of statistics setting forth the condition 
of the Common Schools of the State, is an 
annually recurring source of vexation, ari- 
sing, partly, perhaps as the Sujjerintendent 
suggests, from the frequent changes in our 
school laws, aud possibly also from defects 
in the several systems heretofore estab- 
lished. 

My views upon the necessity of a thor- 
ough aud efficient school system have been 
so often expressed, on previous occasion.s, 
that it is unnecessary to repeat them hen\ 
And your experience in the various locali- 
ties which you represent will enable you to 
determine whether the course of legislation 
upon this matter has been adaptetl to the 
wants of the community, aud what changes, 
if any, are needed. 

You will, I think, agree with me in the 
conclusiou that our efforts, on behalf of 
public education.would have been attended 
with better results if we had rememl)eretl 
that the cheapest system is not always the 
most economical, and that the effciency of 
any .systi'Ui not radically defective depends 
upon its pennanence. 

The creation of a fund for school purpo- 
{•es, from the sales of so' col lands adds a 
new interest to this important subject — 
The enlargement of this fuud, as the Super- 
intendent suggests, will result iu time in the 
establishment of a distinct department of 
public instruction. Until this .shall le 
done, however, it affords me pleasure to be 
ui)h> to state, that this] important depart- 
ment is iu the hands of a gentleman fullv 
sensible of the importance of its duties and 
zealous for their efficient di.-^charge. 

Notwithstanding the draft upon the fi- 
nances of the State, occasioned by the war, 
resulting in the necessitv of omitting the 
usual appropriation for the Normal School 
at Winona, its friends have not abated any 
portion of their zeal or interest, in this en- 
terprise, and look with confidence to its re- 
organizatiou, so soon as the I.,egislaluie 
shall be enabled to bestow the usual fa- 
vors upon that institution, which it is 
fondly hoped may Imi at no distant day. 
For further information, of the present con- 
dition of this institution aad of its |)ros- 
pects and hojies for the futurtS you are re- 
sjjectfully p'ferred to the report of the Su- 
perinteudent 

KIXANCK.S OK TIIK tTXIVEIlSITY. 

The Legislature, at its last regular ses- 
sion, authorized the Regents of the State 
University to attempt a liquidation of the 
iijdobjteducss of that in.stitutiou, by the 
cpayeyance of the lands with which it is 
endowed. The attention of the Itegents 
has accordingly b»H?n «lii*ected to that ob- 
ject during the year 

The lands have been offered to the vari- 
ous classes Qf ci-cditors, at valuatipns to be 
placed upon them by dlsiDterested apprai- 
sers. 



u 



for a limited niiiaber of tie insane of this 
State in tlicjr curative a.syluin.-i, and if so, 
ujion what tenn.-:. 

Tlie only favorable io-j)oa.-e came from 
Iowa, where tiie uuthorities agreed to re- 
ceive .such patients as the State might send, 
not exceeding twenty in iiumbiT, at tlie 
charge of three dollars pir week lor board, 
cai-e aad atti adatice ; aad that the neces- 
sary clothing the patient miglt require 
would be furnished ut wi.olVsalo price, 
which it wa.-, jiiiiged would i;ot average ov- 
er lifty dollars jji'r aaiiuia. These charges 
to be met ia (jaarteiiy jiayments. 

Aft'r due paMic notice given by the 
Sccii'tary of State, six ji'/rsoiis froiii the 
counties of Meilcr, Wa^liin -ton aad ilaai- 
sey were as.semijled in lliis city aad placed 
in charge of the agent ajipoialed for the 
purpose of takiag'thcia to W." l-iwa Asy- 
iiiia for lij.-ane, iind v.eie by hlia dt'liV- 
ered to the Superiulendeiit of that in.stitu- 
tion oa the 4tii ol' Diceiaber last 

All ac<-oaat .slioald be kept with the 
several coai;ti"s from which the.-^o jiatients 
are received, aad they shoul.l be rei|Uired 
to reimburse the State Treasury for the ex- 
pen.-;e.> thus incurred. 

'i'he ajiproprialion made at the extra 
session for tiie supj:ort of the Ia<ane, will 
be sulTicieiit to laei t all charge.-, to Decem- 
ber 4t!i, 1. "-(>;}, if there .'houhl be no increa-:e 
of numb, r.-; bat as there piuliably will be, 
I recoaiini n I the appr.jpriation of u few 
thousaad dollar.-^, to meet possible coiitin- 
gence.i. 

lUKKAf OK rtUMiJ l.AM»S.* 

The ojierations in th" IJuivau of Piililic 
Lands which have been conducted with 
^rcat ])riideui-e aid ability, are posse^-scd of 
the highc^t iateiv.-.t and giving, as they 
do, a l'ai!;l pliiiip.o of the imin.iis"' 
value of liublie land- under the <(<.- 
eral denoiaiMations of School Laad.s, 
Ca'.ilal laad.s, .-^alt .-Jiriag laad.s, Swaaiji 
lands, Agrieultiaui college lands, wiii 
induce the L<';islature to coatiiiue its 
careful guardiandiip of this immep. c 
estiite, which will, in due time, pay th • 
public d'lit, erect all the m ci's.<aiy 
public baildiags, educate its children ai.d 
meet the iK'ce.s.-ary expenditures of the 
State, without resort to taxatioa. 

Tlii.s can be surely doiii'. but the closest 
vigilance will have to be exercised, not 
only by you, gentlemen, but by the .'-aicce^ 
sive Legislators that may have the iotenj.-ts 
and destinies of the State in charge. 

Tiie rock, upon which the like rich en- 
dowments of some other States have been 
stranded, should be a p'erpetual warning 
to the peojile aud their representatives, 
and should admonish them to guard with 
zealous can' this source of wealth. 

During the autumn, 13."),1).S2 acres, a por- 
tion of tl'.e school lands in twenty-two 
counties, wei-e appraised, aud in thirteen 
of tho.-o counties 87,832 stcres were of- 
f-red for sale, and i{."*,0-17 acres sold 
for the aggn'gate sum of §2-i2,531. The 
cash received upon the sales v.as G-")1,9I'2.- 
22, aad the rcniaiader, viz, .SIOO.."!:}!*.;).*^, 
continues a lien uiion the lands sold, bear- 
ing an iiitcr<'. t at the rate of seven jier 
per ceat. per aunum. 

The interest npon these s:iles to June, 1*0.3, 
will amount ti Ihe sum of - ■ ?7,.')O:.'.0? 

Fovty-three till. usand six hundred an.l fort.v- 
two acres are under Kaes at aa annual 
rent of 4,13-). OS 

There is in the Trea.sury, receijit.s for sale 
of grass upon scliool l.inds ... .^9'2.•2S 

The Commi.-^sionor estimate that ."^l-'iO,- 
000 will be added to tlie permaaent school 
fund during the present year, and that there 
will lie, with what is now to the ci-edit of 
that account, the sum of §2.'),000 for dis- 
tribution. 

The amount of .=chool land ali-eady 
surveyed is .stated at 1.2."it5.;52() acres. 
The agijregate amount to which tin' 
State will be entitled, when all the lands 
have been .surveyed has been estimat- 
ed at 2,888,000 acres much of which 
of course, will not l)e available for many 
years, and it is fortunate for the interest of 
the school fund that it is so. 

The vigilant attention of the Commis- 
sioner of the Land Ollice will be nipiired 
to secure to the Slate the assignaieiit i»y 
the General Government of otlier lands in 
place of those of which it has been de- 
jirived by pre-eaiptioa aa.l otherv.ise. And 
although there may be a difference in tlii> 
valuation, it is hojied a partial conij)ensa- 
tion, at least, may tlr.is be received lor the 
losses we have sustained. 

'i'he State continues to maintain befoi-e 
the Land Office at ^V'ashingtou its ri^jht to 
the Kith and 'Mih sections ol the half- 
breed tract on Lake J'i'pin, or of other 
lands in lieu thereof. As also, her right 
to similar .sections on the several Res- 
ervations as they may from time to time 
be added to the domain of* public lands. 

'I'he Swamp lands are among tiie mo 1 
valuable of our land jfrants, as well in viinv 
of the amount in acres, as of their value for 
the sujipoit of thi! stock, iu the several 
counties in which they are locatoil. These 
lands, which in very many instances were 
passed over by the early settlers, are now 
sought for with gn'at avidity by the farm- 
ers living in their vicinage. 

I cannot but trust that the people and 
their ivpresentalives will continue to have 
an increasing appreciation of the value of 
these lands, and will steadily resist every 
application that may arise for their aj)pro- 
priatioa, unless for the mosta.ssured public 
necessity and benefit. 

Unless some new policy-*)f this kind is 
inaugurated, these swamp lands, which I 
confidently anticipate, will, in a few year.-, 
furnish us with a large i-eserve fund, of 
millions of dollars, to di.scharg-e whatever 
of inih'btedness the nece.ssitiesor the follies 
of the State,in its earlier history, may have 
imposed upon u.s, us also for the erection 
and maintenance of those <neat el»>einosv- 
nary institutions which, before many year.*, 
the State will be calied upon to ei-ect, at a 
cost of several hundred thousand iloUars 
eadi, sucliKis asylums for the insane. Deaf 
and Dumb, andHlind, will have been wast- 
ed; aud nothing but ta.xation, the great hin- 
drance to immigration, will be left to us as 
a resource for such jiurposcs. 

These lauds are being allotted to m 
from time to time by tin- United Stite au- 
thorities. But, for obvious reasons, the 
process is somewhat slow. 

4.S fast as the title to them becomes 
absolute in the State. I trust it may be 
stipulated that all proceeds, from the sales 
thereof, shall be safely invested aud soleum- 



ly dedicated to li>'' gre it pulic objects! have 

j»-t named; for I am conviii(;ed that noth- 

iag can be done, by u-, which will .so .so )n 

I eiicoiirao^e a large immigration, as the 

kiiowleiiire of the fact that the great land 

1 grants to the State, by the general goveru- 

j meat arc carefully and prudently managed, 

I and that taxation to every possible degree, 

is a. voided. 

Tiie act of Congi-ess donating public 
lands to the several States and 'i'erritorie.s, 
which may provide colleges for the benefit 
of agritailture and the mechanic art.s, ap- 
proved on the ."jth of July, 1^02, provides 
in the .seventh clause of the fifth tection, 
that no .State shall be entitled to the bene- 
fit of the act, unless it .shall express its ac- 
ceptance thereof, by its Legislature within 
two years from the date of its approval by 
the Dresideiit. 

I'ader, this act Minnesota i.; entitled to 
one huadn'd and twenty thousand acres. 
If .selected judiciously aud at an early date, 
the fund realized from so large a donation 
may in < onjnai tion with whatever mav be 
.«aved of the University grant.richly ondow 

au ia.-titiition of learning of the highest 

1 ° ° 

cliaracfer. 

As the grantees of other State-!, may 
under tliis act, locate one million of aci-es 
v.ithin the borders of Minnesota, it is desir- 
able, if tli'-ri! is any advantage to be gained 
by aa early seh.'clioa of the-e lands, that 
the Slate shouhi enjoy it 

1 would therefore advise that you take 
all neces.sai y steps at an early day to pro- 
tect th^' interests of the State iu this re- 
;;ard. 

ISA.Mv DKl'ARTMKNT. 

'i'here are seven l)anksof circulatidfi in 
tlie State. Two of the-,e namely, the Hank 
of .Minnesota, and the Marine Hank are 
eat i rely new orgaui/.ation.s. 

'I'he circulation out:jtaauing on the 1st 
of January, IStJo, was i?li)7,(il3.00, being 
a;i increase of .Sll(»,377, since the l.st of 
Jan., 18G2, which is secured, excepting by 
t'.vo of the banks with bonds of the United 
State.--, the State eight per cent, bonds or 
tli'f State war bonds. The two Banks 
which have their bills .secured by the Min- 
ne.-ota Kail Road bonds, have taken excel- 
lent care of their circulation. 

The Auditor's rejiort give? full aud de- 
tailed informalion of the particular secur- 
ities ih'jiosited in his Department, by each 
of th"se institiution.s. 

THE ST.VTK I'UI.SOX. 

In the States Prison at Stillwater the 
number of convicts, December 1st, 
IbOl, was - - - - -22 

The number received during the vear 



Which makes the whole number confin- 
ed during the year - - - - 29 
The number discharged by expiratiou 
of .sentence, by pardon of the Presi- 
dent of the I'nited States or of the 
Governor, was - - - - 6 

Leaving in the Prison ou December, 

1. lc!;2 23 

From the reports of tlie Warden and 
Iiispect'jrs, which present a very lucid 
account of the years maiiagemeut of the 
institution, it appears that there were debts 
necessarily contracted, owing to the in- 
cre.ved price of provisions groceries and 
other articles, w hich exceed the appropria- 
tions, by the amount of $G95.74, which 
amount it is desirable, should at once, be 
jirovided for. 

All the celkai-e at present occupied, and 
an increase of convicts would nuider it 
neces.-ary to use the prison hospital as a 
plai e of confinement 

I would ask your attention to the 
very judicious suggestions of the War- 
den and Inspectors, upon the propriety 
aad economy of au increase of the cell 
accommodations being jjrepared in ad- 
.vance of the necessities that will soon 
Jbi' forced upon us. I have several times 
Ihei-etofore called the attentiou of the Le- 
'gi.-lature to this subject 

More shop room for the hands is much 
neciled, and it can be very economically 
obtained by the addition of another story 
to the machine shop, so that space will be 
given for the em])loymeat of from twcuty- 
iive to thirty additional operatives. 

'i'he report states that " the walls of the 
Warden s re.-;idence have not yet fallen but 
will in the course of another season." I 
feel confident that the Legislature will not 
nci'd any farther appeal, to secure an ap- 
jnopriatiou to prevent such a dilapida- 
tion. 

'I'he Warden's estimate for current ex- 
penses for the fi.scal year amount to $7,200. 
The earnings he estimates 

Of r.iit of sliop and convict labor »t $'2,203 
Keejiinj; of V. S. convicts at the 

.Slate Fris.jn for the year 1S03, at 1,600 3,S0O 00 
Leavlri'; the estimated charge upon 

the Treasury of - - - 15,400 00 

ItAILROADS. 

The Railroads, that have been the occa- 
sion of so much legi.-;lation and of angry 
discussion, are at length beginning to 
move to tlie consummation their friends so 
Ions pi-edicted of them. 

'i'.ii miles of the Saint Paul and Pacific 
Railroad havinsr been completed aud in 
runaing order; on the 2nd day of last July, 
till? deposit of ten thousand dollars, as a 
pledge of their good intentions, was with- 
drawn by the company. 

'ihe track is laid. I am informed, upon 
this road for three miles beyond Saint 
Anthony, and that the company has paid 
for and "has on hand 3.');000 cro.ss ties and 
720 tons of iron rails, which the difficulties 
of navigation of last fall compelled them 
to leave' at LaCros.se and Hastings. 

The Pn\-ident states that the road from 
Saint Anthony to Watab is under contract 
to be completed by the l.st of January, 
18C4, and that there is no reason to doubt 
but that it w ill reach there before the eon- 
tract time. 'I'hat so much should have 
lieen accomplished, iu spite of the draft 
which the war is makiug upon the energies 
of the country, is I trust a sure guarautec 
for the final completion of this road. 

In compliance with the 3rd Section of 
the act of March 10th, 1862, this Com- 
pany matle a tender of $10,000, in "Min- 
nesota State Rail Road bond.s," which, 
however, I dedinedf receiving from the 
belief that it was not the kind of security 
contemplated by the law. 

I would, however, suggest whether 
this company, because of the large ex- 
Iieiiditures it has .-ilready made in the 
building of so important part of the 
road, and ia outlays for its exteusioa — 
evincing a purpose on its part to e.\ecute 
the required work — is notasufficieut reason 
for relieving them from the obligation to 
make the deposit, and thus place thera ou 
an equality with the other Railroad Com- 
panies in the State. 

The Winona and Saint Peter Company, 
I am informed by the Secretiry, have com- 
I»leted their road for more than ten miles, 
westwardly from Winona, and that the 
cars are already running over that portion 
of the road. 

I am not advisetl that any work has been 
done.during the past .season, upou either the 
Minneapolis and Cedar Valley or upon the 
Southern Mihuesota Road ; but do not 
doubt, that with the examples of the 
other cQUipanies as ^n inipylse, ^ai\ wi^h 
the improved condition of the country, 
they will soou be stimulated to action. 

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R.The corporators of the Minneapolis and 
Cedar Valley Company, met at Paribaidt, 
o:i the 2;><1 ult, aii<l le-orgaaized prepara- 
tory to active oijeratioiis in tiie .spring. 

A Joint Resolution of Congi'ess, ap- 
proved July 12, l.<(;2, authorizes theSUite 
of Minnesota to al>a:!don the Rail Road 
land grant on the line of road from Crow 
Wing to Saint Vincent, aad to transfer the 
grant in aid of a road from some point 
between Saint Anthony and Crow "Wing, 
north ea.sterly to Lake Suj)erior. 'Jiio 
resolution to take eifect frfini the filing iu 
the General Land Oilice of the accejitanco 
by the authorities of the St:itj, of such 
exchange or substitution. 

Your early attention is invited to this 
aubject 

MILITAItY AIFAIKS. 

During thu past 'year, tlie military de- 
partment of the State Government has been 
of increasing importance. The fifth regi- 
ment, .second company of Sharp-shooters, 
and second battery of light artillery, were 
raised during the early part of the year, and 
were together with the fourtii regiment, af- 
ter it filled its ranks, sent, at the opening 
of navigation, to the .seat of war. 

When the necessities of the General 
Government coniixdled it to again aj>peal 
to the patriotism of the loyal citizens lor 
an additional force of GOO.OOO men to pro- 
tect the iutegrity and liberiies of the coun- 
try, immediate steps were taken to rai.se 
and organize the quota of troops assigned 
to this State, being r),3G2 men. Pursuant 
to orders issuetl from the Adjut:'.at Gene- 
ral's office for that jjurpose, live new in- - 
fantry regiments, nuniberiag in the aggre- 
gate 4,482 men, and one cavalry reginieut 
iiiinibering 1,200 men were mustered into 
the United States service, the former for 
the period of three and the latter for the 
period of one year. Thus thealacrity, with 
which our citizens responded to the seve- 
ral calls for volunteers, .saved the State from 
the necessity of resorting to a draft, and 
eveu enabled her to furnish the General 
Government 320 troops iu excess of the 
quota 

Besides the troop.', mentioned, a number 
of men were recruited for the old regi- 
ments, of whom (>5 have beeu reported to 
the Adjutant General's office. 

The organization and equipment of the 
regiments raised under the two last calls of 
the President have been attended with but 
little exj)eu.se to the goveraiaent; which is 
ia part due to the .strict econoiny practiced 
by the Adjutant General, as acting Quar- 
termaster General. 

During the Indian war, there have also 
been organized 22 comjianie: of irregular 
militia, numbering in the aggregate over 
1,200 men, who, a.ssistiiig the United States 
volunteers, have done good service in pro- 
tecting our frontier. 

To the whole country, aad more espec- 
ially to this State, the ab.-ence of an avail- 
able militia force has proved a great ca- 
lamity, and I invite your earnest attention 
to the plan of organizing an efficient and 
always di.spo.sable militia, proposed by the 
Adjutant General, to whose report I refer 
you for the particulars. 

It is a source of excusable pride, wo 
trust to ever}' Minuesotian that his State, 
which in 1850 po.s.ses.sed a population of 
only .'^i.OOO, should, within the last few 
months, have been able to furnish the Fed- 
eual government with au army of l^.fhiO 
men, while at the same time she uuaide.l 
crushed out the most formidable Indian uji- 
rising known in hLstoiy. 

Can we over-estimate the future of such 
a people? 

In the war against the Sioux Indians, 
our citizens responded, with alacrity, to the 
call made upon them. Many gallant men 
fell in the service, and many were returned " 
to their friends with honorable wounds. It 
wasso,also with many of the volunteers, wh.o 
in the haste with which they were com- 
pelled to leave for the frontier, had not 
time to pass through the formality of being 
mustered into the service. 

I therefore beg of you, at an early day 
of the .session, to pre-ent their case, in the 
form of a memo' ial, to the Congress of thc^ 
United States, and ask that the families t>f 
the slain, as well as the wounded, may be 
placed on the pension rolls of the country. 

In the months of June aad July, I |ier- 
sonally called upon every sick aud wound- 
ed Minnesota soldier, then in the St. Louis 
Hospitals, and also visited the Regiments 
and Batteries of Artillery in Tennes-je<', 
Mississippi aud Alabama 

Through the agency of gentlemen ap- 
jioiuted at New York and Philadelphia, 
a;id others occasionally sent to St. Loui.s, ' 
Cairo, and other points on th.e Missi.s.sippi, 
and to Kentucky, many who had be-on lin- 
gering hopelessly in the hospitals, have 
been discharged, and the comfort of others 
has been improved. 

TIIK IXDI.VX WAn. 

In my message to the Legislature at its 
extra session in September hiat, I gave, in 
detail, a history of the Sioux raid upon 
our borders, so far as it had then trau.T- 
pired. 

At that time. Col. Sibley, with a com- 
mand of fifteen hundred men, had just ar- 
rived at Fort Ridgley, under iubtructiona 
to prosecute offensive operations with all - 
po.ssible vigor and dispatch. 

Some three hundt«d women and children 
were captives in the hands of those fiend.n, _ 
exposed to all the insults and outrage.^ 
which savage ingenuity could devi.se or 
demoniac lust and malignity infiict 

The rescue of these ])ersons, from a cap- 
tivity worse than death, was the first object 
which engaged the attention of our forces' 
and their commander. Possessed of an in- 
timate knowledge of the habits and char- 
acter of the wily foe, with whom he wxi 
to deal, acquired from a long residence in 
their vicinity, CoL Sibley adopted a tem- 
porizing policy unsuited, indeeil, to the in- 
tensely excited slate of the public mind, 
but which subsequent events have abun- 
dantly justified. 

A long line of rescued women aud child- 
ren pouring into the camp and i-estored to 
the arms of weeping husbands and fathers, 
soon attested the wisdom and humanity of 
the officer in command. 

This object having been thus happily at- 
tained, Colonel Sibley turned his atten- 
tion to the chastisement of the wretches, 
whose bloody butcheries had devastated 
our borders. The g-alhant bearing of our 
soldiers at Birch Coolie aud Wood I^ake, 
taught the Siou.x his own weakness and the 
strength of the foe whose vengeance he had 
invoked- And more than 2,000 Indiana 
hastened to throw thein.selves upon tho 
mercy of those to whom they had shown 
no mercy, while the scattennl few who 
still adhered to the fortunes of Little Crow 
fled to tho plains and sought protection 
among the kindi-ed tribes of the West 
Forts Ridgley and Abeix-rombie have been 
relieved from impending danger by the 
piompt exertions of our forces. 

The threatning aspect of the Chipi)ewa3 
has yielded to more pacific counst'l.s, 
and the soil of our State is no longer pol- 
luted by the stealthy tread of hostile bauds. 

As tho anpals of savage warfare afford 
no parallel to this rajd qf the Il^otas^' iu 
the indiscriminate slaughter, the fiendish 
outrage and demoniac frenzy which havo 



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(Dil^i iiud ^ampis. 



A M r S AND OIL 

A now auJ coiupl>-tP ttock of 



i.!n;M;'UTi.;tvI !':■ ir '"l ''■}' atr.»'i:i( ■;, -.> t;!.-* St.'.'f, c.'.ii t!i.' inc;t!; ' I'V whirh war is 

alsi> wi' m;iv St ;'.r.'.i uur lui.y i uL.tiiai i- . - s.Kvts^u;iiy jn'o. tfuU'il ho tlt'iiii- 1 ln-r? 

t-nl- ill vaii! r,):- u'l (>iuS;»>u'.» of'.Iiis iu.i:;,i- Miiy siic r;iisf urniirs u'.ul talii' pri .mers, 

!i;;-h i:;i- '• > ;i - > in'u.irjtlv ;i;i ! ai..! Nh:i!l -Ii ' :;i»t dispo : • '^1' t'.ui.M> pii .pu- T . 

I,;.. I .,.;.v "';''h''il. <;■, \v::(;> i:'.:^i': . : 

ili'tur.ii. ; •' ■ ;'''l > '■iu\:; iiav;' i'i. •■.,■• .,'i:- t'mis. p:iU*'iiH'n, ol\l«t>p ' 

r.'vi'it il :t.l o-ir liiir.ir>. A iniii.iu lu.il r;i'ni>-.-iii.,! iutrnvt to t>ur jm^);i1.'. ;i;nl HtlltiipM uu<l ITlxturog, 

ut" iiil'iiitn f-tatiunc:! \vit!iiri i':>v (Miiinmiii- to flu^tii v.mr i :in'uil i;(>ii.-i.IiT.U!nii i. invi- , 

.-.: .1 -:.. .U o-.r . vt.:,-iu" iV.mtifr. an! a tH. Am.: v iiil ■ uv..i.ii„j. Jl i:n,m){..T.ollis- . ^■"^^''•' ^** t'rauU.cf 

1 -■ ::i :ii ut' caviia-^v w«U lu.nin; tl ami io;i w ,tii ti'' > lUiuiuil tioviTUiiKut, 1 ii..v • rj^ t t 

.• i>i;i»;!i'.I a\va:t-i ill" o}i'^;.iii;_'.>t'iM'ly s[)rin r n* liualit lliitt yoa will taI>o .-u.-U u li ..: * 

t > ili-.i iicrass thi' plains ivA vi.-it a >\vi!"l t^;aU:u- li'ilit". .;:iil*l:irijltyt>ro;irStatom:iy 

'..nL;.amt«» tipoti t'.u- IV-.v h1>.i> have tsi-uricil, h.' t'lill ■ vimlitMlcl aa 1 iiniiitaM".!, 
iu ibc a.>yluin> to wiii. 1: I'n. v ]v.:\ e irtival»'.I. : 



§x^ 6a0ilis. 



NAi U>XAK AKF.VIKS. 

AX INDIAN 1'ui.icY. Til ' i>: n;.. . t mih of that .trvLMiitt- n'Li^!- 

llrti wiiiio a s<':iv ol" pvruvt .-orarity li >!i, uiioM- ;'::• ! tiiuiiiuir, I'iirlitctMi iiumthj 

tVi>!u a!! K'.itra»\ iiiav pirvauoo our moc-t airo. suimuoiu- the nation to anii^;. if in 

. \t ..- 1 t .■•r: ,-. v.Uili' tl!t> swor*! of tl:'.'"j somcnspv t-(!an';ii..!li«'il, a^■u^:laj•pily^ti!l 

ii;. ..;.:■■> j.. ■■.•._•. i- sii pi'Sii^'.i aii;«v«' t'ii> rorinivialiii.'. 

li -a 1- ol'rn-' o,i".-n :-■:■». th ■ ..■. lu: :. - ol' Tin' !«riHiaiii scii>'- of victorio.-*. wl.i.-!i In 

till* la>t iV'.v mouths ]\:iw taur'it o'lr i»oo- the •>ar'.y Iialf * f tlio p:'..-t year, .-ar;-!-- 1 t!n> 

plf nt'u- (1- laatiil.-. a':! th»» aiithoriti.'s of , triumphant I'n'U'ii-^ t'( thi* r<'j»!i!>lic tar iato 

till' Sia;^ ; M ! N.it'.oa lu'.v tiii'o:ii s ot" Imll- t!i«' heart oi' th ■ ( 'onlV'tK-:att' States. f\;ivo 



!ui tr-'iUnu'at a;ui j,"»viniiMi'nt. 



Vor talekt ri:iCKS TO SUIT THK TlitBS. 
S. K. ru TNAM, 
»i<» Corner of Third and Mark Pt str«H'tg. 

jyj A K v~~i"ir' s 

GUOCKKRY HOUSE. 



JUST BKIKIVKO ASO 



litvi lollowod l'\ a siK'Ci'ssion i>i" (!i>a.-ters. 



Tiie uVisuaitc aud iiiiai liiaie niiioval i-fj which havo on!/ for u hri-f porioJ, wo may , 

hop(>, iK'Iayi'il ill." ulorioiis I'onsninmatioi!, I 



tho.-i' .-;iva^i» bi'voml oi'r l)oru>Ts ha> l> ■- 

I otri-> aa iin'i'Tativ" riucial ii''rt»-;-;:y. 

, ,, • !u •r.il ..:i i pli\>i -al ■.•:'■ ty oi' tiif Iri- 
tiia'i uru""'- it : th • r;>in_' foriuats uf nur 
Stat"' n'i[nirf it : ami tlio uaitid \\>:i-e uf 
(liir Ii'opJt' tiiMuaail it. 

Tm* n'fojnition ofthos* sava^'«s as in- 
ilept»:Silt'Ut !Kitio'>. r.>:np*tonl to iloolarc 
War. t I laa'.t' law- tor ta ■'.:■ i>wn iiui»Ia:ici\ 



SKILuLIISO VlilJLlY LOW, 

1,000 LOOKIXO CLASSICS AND M1KI10I;8. 



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t'>'r w!i:.-!i til.' jiaiiiot lii>-t aro ;^'a!hi;it! 
<\>att';i.li;i_'. 

.VaiiJ I'ar L'l oai wliich lia^ ilnrinu: lii'" 
r)ast yoar riishr >'iiii'il onr liistiwte 1 idui;- 
liy, aail tli • i"''n<\-; of .-ava.^' fariia.r<' 
v.hii'Ii hivi- (! '\a-Lat.il the faire.-t portio-m 
of onr own St.;, -.it is. at least, .sotno eon-o- 
litioa t'.ir n- to know, t'lat Mina.' ota has 



la.l to Ii.ii i an.l tiispo^,- Oi' ]>rop -rty, lias eoatinue.i pioiiptly to n-.-poad to tlie «Ie- 

inaiiils of the ration. Tliat in tlu> days of 
oar jHTJl the w. irk of reeruilin%' lias never 
iLiiTireti : that V. iiile thi' scalpinc knife of 
the sava-^e wa^ ile-troyiii:; tlieir li»Vi' I o\Wi 
at hi-me: that wliile tiieir Imrniiii; cot- 
ta j.'> Wire ]i_ditti:ir n[» the niiihiiirht ho.ir. 
her -ons have f .Ihe.vt d tli'ir banner to th ■ 
iVuiit. upon tht> han'cs of llie Putoaia'-, or 
tn' t a siMier'-. death upon th.' vietorious 
'i ■!d-; of tlse SM it!i-Wfst, and their i^allaat 
xpl'-iis liave w nil for our ."rtate uu ini:>«r- 



:■. \;;\ - !>.M ;>. I'nitid upon tlie In.iian-. It 
; .; . ■■ ■.a;-.; t) ra'-e t'.i' ■»• i'.:'nora:i: sav- 
; .1 p<>»itio:'. It uhi.-h their v.ild and 
roviuji habits aad tlicir i hild-Iike i^nioran^e 
lieeo-isarily ualil- them, an i wliile atllirdinj; 
aliundaiit tipjiortii'.iity for th-' iVauls of 
tiie Je-iiinin'X has tauzht I'.if iiuiian oiJy 
arroirance in his ileniaau-. a .• .aiiinpt t'or 
the iwlh. '::;.. aad a -ii-;.; z;.';! ...I'lh'^ lat -i;-- 
rJty oft!:' < i'\ r:::ai'iit. 

It i, a' ii .-C .■■■rt.-.ia. ta..t. tl;-.' exi-tenee 
i.f t:i;> - i>J barbarians, u^ ia'.Iv'peiuh'ut tia- 
t..' i~ v.;thin tb' territorial limit.; of a >iv..\ 
ia . 1 ' i!'a. [- oi' i-o iiiti'y eai'Vcd otit <>{ th'' 
RD-i l>ea u!.'nl portion of it- l-'nitory, -ar- 
rorial.'l !y p ipitlous ci'Uunnuilii's an i 
l)u.-y to\.,i- .i.id v:!l.u-''s. >iv<-r w!ii''h an 
indept adenl jari.-;.iit.-ti.'.i e,\ 'ri- it, aa"aori- 
tyandwithiawho.se limit, all State law. ^ 
ari* na^ratory. eanriot eoniinue witliout .se- 
T! uis iajary to the irrowth and in.>.-perity, 
(K !..■■ r'i-i:!_' •■■•:. aaaaity waliia whoje lim- 
it- th- y are loeal'tl. 

I'll a pr:,Mip; and V, ,ori. ;i- > :'."'.; t" .-o- 
(■?;..• ■;,..• . of this state uf altai;'.-», 

th..'.-; ■.■,:..' i-"irialature i.s earac.-ily 
jMrfi.;:. '. 

Amotu the ea[itives taken by Colonrl 
Sibler \vi>re in.iiiy i»f the mo.-t naiit>r-el<\v- 
uss:;- . ■ :. • ' ;.'.'';is : l!iu.--e who I'-d 

the ail ark at N.'. i ha ;.ud fort Itidi,'Iey 
aaJ wiiose ha'.i'l> u^re d. ep'y inibrnt-d in 
the l>Iood of v..>m";i an'! ehil.irea. *».' 
tliese ^onv tliree hunarc'I m -a wi^re tr;e,l 
atitl eon'.!'-: d '•>/ a inii'.: ;'.ry CMinmi.s.^iui. 
promptly orj,M;u.'. "d. A detaehmeai of 
these, thitty-eitjht in nun:'>er,have received 
by order t>f the rrcsident a ra rit.'d pnn- 
iahtUfut for th'.'ir atlroeioa.; criui-'.i. The 
remainder are still pri-oners. 

The nervous aii.\;tty of our penple in 
reference toth'-irfXi'cution.aiid a conviction 
that justice ;ii.i p liicy demamlel it, in- 
du'-'d ra ' twice Ij tch;.,'raph the President 
as fallows : 

Htac!; "f .'•I:.NM'< 'T I. Kx;:. rrvK Pfi- vRr.Mi:.\r, • 
>\\\\ I'll:. \ ••.-. ;'th, 1^0.'. \ 

Tj IfU t'x.'elUnoi/ t\-: I'rcsUUnt : 

1 fojie that th.> e\e(iit; )ii of every Si'Mix Imliuu 
conilciunt"'! ••>■ tin.* milii.iry caurt. will W nt (>Iu".^ tr- 
dsrtit- It wuu;.! be wrui;.' upon pri::ci|;!i- and policy 
to refuse th:<. Privifc rf\'':ii:- ■roulil. oa all the Iv.r- 
d'-r, likke U;e \fXMi of ofli!.-i;il j.i.l-iiieiit ou these In- 
ililtlU. 

Al-K.\. UAMSKV. 

Governor. 

STii;: •'.- Mr-.NK>. r(. KxKcrrivK DKPiKrvExr, ( 
.■-i:n;- I'Mi-. \«-'V. •.!-, l^ji. ) 

T- 1\» I' ■■:-■>: '■■ ..'-■.-■.. r . :.'-■ / .<i uv.<.- . 

XotliinT I'ut ill.? ^it'^rAy fxeeiainn of t!ie tiioil anil 
lorivicted S.jU-; Itiil;;i!u will 3 iVe m. h.re, from seen-*- 
of oalr.iire. If yuu prtT-.r if, turn tliL-iu over to uio 
Kiul I will order iho'.r cxec.aiDn. 

ALEX. n.VMSKY, 

lioveraor. 



OIL— THK VKliY BKST. 

;,500 OALI.O:«S AT ntOM TIURXr TO rORTY 
CEXTS A OAt.tX>3r, 



Wliile it is true that tlio iloei.-ive victo- 
1:1-. wii'rii tlie mercurial temiMram<'nt of 
onr j '.eile luivc d; niandcd are .-ti!l delay- 
ed, ^.e ni.iy p'laniber thrit the annals of 
histiH-y ail'ird !!■■ reconl of an entire siip- 
pre--ion <>f a '.- < ;.t pof))uI:r r.-volt, in the 
>pa''e uf a .' '.'. <•:'.' i i;ionth.s. 

'I'i'.e i.ii^'.ity : irce- of a ureat nation arc 
slowly o-Lrani/..'. and oft<'n rctar.leil a.nd 
checked for a li;;<f jicriod liy tita.t I'uriou- 
ener^iy. which? 1 uidit!-^ the lir-t blovv.s of 
rebeliiuii. ilrivis its blinded votaries tm to 



sow IX STOIlt:, A KLLL STOCK OF 

CHINA, CilOCKEUY &GLASSWAHE 

AT WIIULESALK AXD KKTAIL 

AT PIIICES AlUCn RKDUCU 



1862. SPULNa. 1862. 
DRY GOODS FOR CASH. 



Jl»r RliCKlVKt), .1 LAIliiK bTOCK Ot 

Tttl>lo Jt Poeliot Cutlevy. 

The m«rchaat4 who purchiisc iu St. Paul will liud 
tlies«! good.4 very UosiraMo, and at 

V K it Y L O AV It ^VT K S . 



JL'iT IlECKIVED, 



decd.s of desp.r ite darin-. liut the patri- A FINE A.SSOiiTMENT OF 

I't'.c ! irtitude ol a pei>plc enpra^eil in a just 
cau-c. .^uppurt-'l by th? pre.^tisro of estab- 
lished power.-, und tl.eexiiau.stless re>oun-es 
of a pro-j>cfi)U- latinn. leathers n >w .-trentjth 
in thecf>ate.it a- the spasmodic euer;^ie« of 
tr«-aso;i decav. 



W'f m:'.\ 



rc:nember. tliat the dear 



S'' 



A\*hat action, if any, may lie atlvi.aViIi 
oa the part of th*- Slate with relerencv to 
tlios<» convicted and .-liil in duratic '. and 
such others tis may be found, on trial, to 
h.nve participated in th.> outraLTi's upon 
o ir p op'.e. will afi' .rd matti'rj'i.r Nu'ir care- 
ful con.-;d' rati >:;. 

The ndalion whii-h i!c'~i tribes sustain 
to the State and Natimial .tioven.iiunt ha. 
ever Ijeeti a fni'.tral tnjiic nf di-cus<ion liy 
courts atui ]e:ri~Iat:r.-. Anl after the laps;. 
of yi'ars. the jireci-o liiii- v.hi'h si'parat< - 
the action of thi- State tmd National .sov- 
Prii^ntics, in tlieir n?lation.s in p'ace and 
war, with t'.e Indian nation,- within tlair 
borders, cunnet, p'Thtips, b;- reirardid a^ 
definitt'ly .s'-tileij. 

The exclusive i)Owor to rc-jfnlate rom- 
mcrce.and under and with reference to tliis, 
t.> I'Diitroi all ordinary intercour.-e with 
litem, mu~t be con eded to cO!iin"<'.-s. It 
may al-o In- adm;tt"d that tiie pi>wer to 
(leclaro and condujt war, and of coiis<- 
(pieace the riu'ht to deal with all jierion^ 
taken in arms a'jrain.>t tlie nation, ti.'j pri-on- 
ers ofwar.arc, with one important exccptiun. 
al.s > vested in tlie ntilion. If this be true, it 
nuiy ul.-o fullow that the linal iletermina- 
tionofthe United .States relative to thi- 
disposal of pr:-iiuir-. t'aeir trial and .sen- 
tence, pardiiii or pani-hment is conclusivi- 
upon the State, and tiitit a sentence of a 
United States tribunal of compct.'nt j.iris- 
(liction, or the pardon of tlie President 
may be eHictually pleaded iu Itar of the 
pros'TUtion in-titut" 1 in our own courts. 

It is, li.»uevor, liy no meaii.s conceded 
that a court martial, a^-tin^' upon person^ 
Hot in--mbers of the army or navy.is such a 
triViunal, or that a rr-sideiiliid pardon can, 
in every ia.-tance, deprive a .State of all 
power of visitiuLT bands of murderers, al- 
thouirh not her own citixens. invadin},' her 
soil and dc.-troyili^' tiio lives of her p;;oiile, 
with a m-rltc-d |iutiishin'Mit. State .suve- 
pjipity. without tills wouhl be a mere iiaa- 
ble, of no avail for the protection of her 
own di;,'nity, or tlie defence of her citizens. 

The framers of our < i)n-,titution felt this, 
ntid witli exi>r.v-s refi nvuM? to the not in- 
frcfptent incursioiis of savairi\s on the fron- 
tier setllenieats. in t!ie early hi.-tory of the 
country, inserted an im;)ortant e.voeptionto 
the exclu-ive power of makiiej: war vestt'd 
in C.'oii;_''ie.vs viz : '• No .Stat" .-!ia!l en<^au'e 
ia war un!e-s actually invaded or in such 
iiuinent danger a will not admit of delay." 

Hence, upon the invasion of \'iririnia liy 
John lirowii tmd his a sn.iate , t'.iat .State 
unhe.~it.itingly assumed the piwer of trying, 
convicting and punishing, under her own 
laws, the invad.-rs of her .-oil; a power 
which was th;ui ami hai ever been un- 
qu.'.-tiuiicd. 

So, upon the fir-t rumor of tln^ raid uj)- 
0:1 our borders, the State Jlilitia wer<.' at 
onci- MininioniMl to the rescue of our en- 
dangered settlements. A commander was 
appointed by State authority and the .State 
found herself tnigaged in a def-nsivo war. ' y-~>j * i> ]» 
Thecrise contemplut.'d bytheCoiUitution ! (^ ii n u 
had ari.s<'n. 

By this commander .holding his cornmi.s- 
sicn under the great .seal of the State, the.se 



!>onght h tiioi-s (.f a l-arr'-u victoty arc not 
tlie onlv t'ruit^: ef tlie patriotic exertions of 
our pe. "jiic. 

In ailditioa ti" the capture of Ntnv Or- 
leans.^ loiiir ruled wisely atnl well by the 
l-adcr of a vie oriou-; IVleral .trmy, the 
re.s,.'ue of Iventu -Uy and Mi.>-ouri. to w!io.-e 
peoph' the bayonets of loyal sfpta Irons have 
aheady been tl 1.' irleaming htirbingers of 
cmaiirip.ition, v. victory, more grand than 
any v.Iiich is w ■iing from hostile legion^ 
amid t!ie dismal thunders of battles, htis 
lieen ii'.-hii'Ved. 

We may almnst say, tliat to-day. t!ie sun 
iu his course diines upon no American 
i'Ondsmari. l>y the Proclamation of the 
President, the shackles iiave fullea from 
the limbs of nea ly every slave. 

For the fi:>t time in the liistorj- of th# 
American Ke])n die, we are in deed, a- we 
loiiir have been in name, a nation of frv.i'- 
mm. 

In conclusion gentlemen h-t us Lope 
that the worktLu> auspiciously l>egun, by 
ihe ]>en of the Pii sident.iutiy be carried for- 
ward by tlie frc I Ijultali )ns which the pa- 
triotic loyalty 0! our peojile btts so prompt- 
ly furnished him that till- rever.ses, which 
liave ca-t an e] Iicmeral gloom over t'.i • 
heart- i>i the nation, may, under leaders ol' 
approved condni t and undoubted loytdty, 
b.' ,-pee.iiIy wi;>ed out. in victories like 
tho.~e ef Jto-ccr tns, at ?durfresboro, Siier- 
man at Vi.k-oirg, and of Herron ui 
Arkansa-. th it .shall aialn restore lo- 
gitiniate autIio;:'y, throu'rhout all our biu'- 
ders, add new lu.-tre to the proud es- 
cut"!ie<j a of oc.r ciiuntry an 1 re-estabii-h 
the glory of the American naui"" amon.' 
the nations of the Earth. 

ALKX. HAM SKY. 

Saint Paul, dan. 7th, IbuX 



Silver IMutcU 

BUITAXNIA WARE. 

UOUSEKEKMXO GOODS, LAMfS, 4c., *c. 

\VlIOia:t.^AL AND KETAII.. 

R. MAUViX, TuiuD Stukkt. 

J"H 

Q I L ! OIL! OIL! 

iOO barr.'L. No, 1, riaudard tK>»t quallt/ 

Carbon Oil, 

Ju«t ivccived, and for salo to denU-r.-'. 

1). T. WATSOX, 
al-tjanl Brick niotk. Itobort-it., St. I'aul. 

J D i: G P-^'A W , 

iiTJii-.r>i:R, 

Shop west .sM.- of J:ick-on, betwoon Fifth and 
.■^i.xfli >t/»'et.'<, where evcrytlliiijj reiluired III the 
huildin;; lin.- will be promptly atteudt'd to. 

«J- J obbiiig done at »hort notice- aud on reason- 
a ble t'-rma. novH-ljr 



p A L M E ii ' S PURE 

V I isr E a u^ K . 

This I* the kind of Vinegar Uut should be used 
by all honsvkeepers tor 

PICKH-KS 

AND THE 

TABLE. 

It is warranted pure and wholcaomp, and to 
give porffct satisfaction wherever used. Try it, 

AND YOU WILL HAVE NO OTIIEtt. 

For sal*- at our w.>rk.ii on Sibloy street, and by 
all groct-rs who have an eye to keeping 

CHOICE GOODS Full SALE. 

C. C. LEWIS Jk CO. 



R E M O A' A L . 



|tti$ccUancou,$. 

Mr- zi 
P K N A U F T , 

(Corner of Serenth and Olive streets,} 

HAS IX AI>ntTIOM r» HI.S XEW & full stock Oi 

Grroceriow & Provissioiis, 

A com] lete assortment of 

QUKE^S^V•Ai:E, LAMI'S, &c. 

All of which will be sold at the loweat possible 
rated. 

NEW PLATFORM SCALES, 

Of Fairluuks' lH»-t make, always corroct ami 
ri-aJy fur u»»'. Tli )se who liavi; ll;iy, (iniinul 
I.ivM .Stock for sale ck.a save inon<'v by ^ettlnir it 
wpiehed. «i.rH»-ft»b-.'.S: ly. 



P A V L BUI 1) G i: 



The ro.iil at thf west end of tlir brid;r'» beinj: 
re:i.lv for tra\ol, fli. tolls on the briilge from l.Mii 
D.'ceaiber to 1st M ircli, will be reduced to thi' 
followiii!; rati's : 

I'or doutili' ti-ain itio cro«(«ln;f, 10 c-nt*. 
" sinjjN' team o.-iTiind return I J 
" Cuttle and hersL's piT head, ."1 " 

(HAS. A. .MOKtiAX, 
St. ra.il, Dec. 15. l.svj.— decllml. Koceiver. 



TOIIN A. STEES, 

COUNi:ii Tin III) & MINNESOTA STUKETS 

ST. I'Al L, MIX. 

Sole agent for Me uUlic Burial Cases|and Caskets 
lan^<lSLWly. 



JOHN A. STEES, 

MASIKACTCKKR AXD DEALKR IW 

Furniture a ad Cabinet Ware, 

Of every vari Jty of stylo and pattern. 

Coi:.\in; :ji) A.vi) .vi.n.nesot.v sts., s.iint PAUL. 

All kind.H of luml er taken in trade. 
iau6dJfcwly 



^lOUX DEPREDATIONS. 
Iiiclemnity can bo had. 

.Strps are being tikenby the Government to a.<- 
certain who have .>^iillered lus.s in proiN-rty, and 
the extent of .xuch los<, by the late .sjo.ix Indian 
outbreak, with tin \i.w of adjustin;{ tin? .same. 
The undersigned have allthe necey.iary forms, aud 
are i)os:ii>sseil of su >erior advantages' for having 
tlifne claims allowe I and settled in the shortest 
possible time, and will give .special attention to 
such as ar4' placed i 1 tlu'ir hands. 

.S.MI I II & G1L.UAN, Att movs. 

St. Paul, Sept. 'U, ISfiJ. 



Banki^u Oil :ce cr TnoMrso.s Uiios., l 
t> r. 1«.\UL, Dec. 1, lNV.i. I 

We beg leave to announce to our friend.s and 
. ,. ,. , . , , X •, thi' public generall\ th.1t. Mr. CHARLES 61 UEK. 

lUUian captives wer« takuti tind by a tribll- | FEIl, of the late irm of Darling & .Schefter, of 
Bal, instituted bv him, weru tried and con- i •'Stillwater, Minnes. >ta. becomes associated with 

' us in the Banking I tusine.ss from this date. Our 
firm name remain unchanged. The business at 
Stillwater will b<? continued under the firm uai 

power of engagin- iu wtir was clearly m I •''^It^*;.^' * ^''•"'lJ??;?i,w. 



Ticted. 



If in thid itliitauce then thn so VOrei<'n Stillwater win b.?c.>ntinned under the Arm name 

^ ticheife " ~" 



HAYDEN, KAY & CO., 

Have removed to 

Nos. -io and 47 Lake St., 

Where they are prepared toshowcAsii ituYGRSof 

SADDLERY HAKDWARE 

•AND 

CJan-iag-e Trimmings 

The largest and Ijest assorted stock to be found In 
the NOIITHWEST, embracing 

Sl'ttlXUS AND AXLE.S, HUBS, SPOKES, 
FELL0E8, Ac, Ac, 

Carkiaok BoiuK.s Axr> SKATa, Enamkled 
Cloth, I'ate.nt Lkatiikk, 

Also a large assortinent of 

Horse (kdlarn and Ulan, Is, Whips and 
Lashes, HkirtiHs, bridle. Collar and 

H A B N E S S LEATHER, 

All of which will bo oflVrc<l at 
Prices that will not be Undersold 

Agents for 

MOWRY'S SPRI.NOS AXn AXLKS, CitOCKKT'S 

Vaiixi.siii;s. 
I)ole':i Hub Boxing .Machine aud Hollow Augers, 

P. IlAVfiKX, W.V.Kay, P. Wit.sox, 

New York. Chicago. Cincinnati, O. 

a23-:<nid 

TE O N A RD & SiFeTr^ 

. BXJILDKRS, 

Shop in old Baptist Church Building* on Fifth 
street, nenr Jacksun. AU kinds of Carpi'uter 
Work done to ordi-r. 

Msheire. AKCTIITECT, 
• Office in the same building as I^onard ft 
Sin-ire's CarjK'nfer Shop, on Fifth street, near 
Jack^'on. LK'signs, Plans and Si>eeilications for 
Buildings of every description, prepared on short 
notice. teblS-ly 

A F. KNIGHT, 

-A-RCKITKCT, 

Will furnish designs, Plans, Details, Specifications 
and Estim.ites for buildings of everv kind, got up 
in the Ix'st style for the reduceil price of one per 
cent ou estimated cost, and wiil, if re<]ulred, su- 
p4.'rintend the erection ofthesainu, both in the 
city and country, at e.iually low rates, umce in 
French's Block, Third street, St. Paul. .Minne- 
•ot*' my8-Ain 

J H . BYE R 8 . 

MANUr.VCTl'RKR AXU DKALKlt tX 

COPPER, SHEET IROX AXD TIN WARS 

OPPOSITR THE BIO CLOCK, 

JACKSON STBEET. St. PAUL. MlniuwotA. 



HAVE JUST KECKIVBU A LAROB STOCK OP 

SPRING DRY GOODS, 

coxsisTUiu or 

FANCY DRESS GOODS, 

Of every variety of quality, will be sold at prices 

TO SUIT THK TIMKS. 
Mottled Morcllo Cloths, from 10 to :iSc per yard t 

PLAID rOIL DB CilKVr.BS, 
EMRROIOKRKI} PUIL UK ClIKVRKa, 

EVERY VARIETY or CUALLKYS 

E>IllR01l>i:t'.UI> AMDUKEY GRISAILLES 
IlLl-K, UR1:KN and RIXK RKRRAGK LEXIFIMA. 
ENOLI^ll, »'R1^.N'CII AXD AMERICAN MOU8LUCU UK 
L-VINES; IMtlSTED LAWJJS UI 

ori:at variety. 

A SrL£NDU> bTUCK OF niNGILASia 
/.Lao 

BLACK ^VND RICH FANCY SILKS. 

Mi;.\ \^U UOYS' SUMMER WEAR; 

BllOADCLOTtIS, BL.VCK & rANCY CASSIMEBES, 

sattlvkts, and summer cloths. 

ALSO 

A VEKT LAKGE STOCK OF 
HOSIKRY, GLO\ KS, 

AND 

PAKASOLS, SUN UMUKKLLAS, BTC., 

ALSO 

▲ LAKGE STOCK OF 

DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN GOODS, 

BY THE I'lECB OR PACKAGE FOR THK 

COUNTRY MBKCILtNTS 
Can purchase tk«tr Goods of us, and 

SAVE TIME AND MONEY. 

We invito the attention of the ladles to our new 

styles of Cloaks and Mantillas. 
OXJR K2S-TIRK STOCK 

WILL BB 

SOLD ]FOR eA.S»[, 

AT PRICES TO DEFY COMPETITIOX. 
The public are Invited to visit 

OUR NEAV STORK. 

D. W. INGERSOLL & CO. 

apr30-dl7 St. Paul, MinnesoU. 

AT WHOLESALE. 

A large assortment of New Style 

Hoods. Nubias, 

Soutug^si und Ooini<>i*tex*s, 

AL60 

MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, 

WOOL SOCKS. 
Buck Grloves & Mitten.s, 

Having a surjdus of these goods wo 
WILL CLOSE THEM OUT AT BARGA1N.S. 

IXog'an &, Oainp. 

nov«> 

cTr p e^t s . 

CARPETS CHEAP. 

CARPETS CHEAP. 

CARPETS CHEAP. 

I WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. 

JOSEPH BXJGBEE, 

THIRD-ST.. ABOVE THE BRIDGE, 

declfi-.tm ST. PAUL, MINNE.SOTA. 

TJN ION. PARK HOUSE, 

LITTLE CANADA, MINX., 

G. W. FEW, . - Propriktor. 



^tardicaw* 



II^OIV and STEEL 



HEAVY HARDWARE 



O R D E H 
SHEET II^OTV, 

NORWAY NAIL RODS, 
BURDEN'S HORSE SHOES, 

Nails and Spikes, 

SLEIGH SHOES. 

CUTTER SPIOES 

Sleigrh. and Cnttei 
R, U ]V TV E H, S, 

Bent Cutter Stuff, 

OF 

HALL, KIMBARK & CO., 

CH I C A O O . 

K23-ly 

piONEER FOUNDRY AND 

AGRICULTURAL WORKS, 

Corner of Fifth and Pike streets. 

This establishment is now In full operation, an 
Is prepared to furnish all kinds of 

IRON AND BRASS 

CASTINGS, FORGING, he., 

at the lowest Eastern rates, viz. Heavy Mill cast 
in^s. Columns, Sash weights. Grate Bars, tjlelgh 
shoes, Jtc, three cents per pound. Brass cast- 
ings. Babbit metal, 'iH to 30 cents per pound. 
I.athe work i'i.iM per day. Particular atteutiou 
given to Steam Enjciue and Boiler work. Thrush- 
ing M.ichiue repairing |;:-ouiptly attended to. 

Sifam Engines aud Boilers, Threshing niachines, 
new and second handed, for sale or excluiuge 
very low. 

OILMAN k BUSHNELL. 

St. Paul, July 5th, i mi. d I y 

I R 6 N . 

J. B. B.e,A.r>EN, 

DEALER IX 

IROI^, jVTAILS, STEEL, 

SPRINGS, AXLES, CAURIAOE TRIMMINGS, 

Leather Belting, Coil Chain, Horse Nails aud 

Shoes, Thimble Skeins and Boxes, 

Window Sash and Glass, Axes, Kettles, Shelf and 

Hea^-j- Hai'cl'ware, 

PITTSBURG- COAL 

A LARGE STOCK OF PLOWS, 

Warehouse on Third street, between Mlunesot 
and Cedar-sts., St. Paul. o'J-tf 

IXON'S STOVE POLISH AND 



D 



BLACK LEAD CRUCIB' ES, 

For sale at WEST'S I'aper, Tin and Itag Ware 
Hou.^e, where you can buy Stove Pii>e live cents 
less than at other stores. Also, all kinds of sec- 
ond hand Merchandize, old Iron, Rags, Lead, 
t^i'pper, Tin, &c. Stoves wanted. Cash' Paid on 
delivery. Two and one-half ccuts paid in goods 
for good Cotton Rags, at 

WEST'S, on Robert-st., 

02tJ-tf Largo Stone Building, next to 3d-st. 

Rags wanted— for which 4c perpouud will be 
paid. Mink Traps for rale. 



^mtWmtus. 



JJOU 



S E FOR RENT 



A small house with five rooms, and a good ccl- 
ar, for rent on easy terms to a good tenant. 
LOCATION CENTRAL. 
IniuiKe at this olDce. slto-tf 

T. PAUL CHAIR FACTORY 



S' 



Post Office, Ht. l*aul, Miunctsota. I 



OFFICE IIOUGS. ' 

On week days from 7 o'clock A. M. to 7.'i o'clock ! -i 0«Q "1 GfiQ 



1862. 



On Sundays, from li o'clock K, to 1 o'clock 

V. M. 



WINTER ARKANM'.MKNT. 

AllRIV.M. AM> DKI'.VtnUIt:; OK MAII.P. 

For LaCrosse — Eastern Mail — Leaves daily, ex- 
cept Fridav , at S A. M. 

ArrivcK daily, cxcpt Tuesday, at 8 P. M. 

For Jlinui'ji.ulio — leaves daily, except Sunday, 
at .s A. .M. 

Arrivi'> d.".ily — exci'ijt Sunday, at 4 v. M. 

For Stillwater— leaves daily, except Suuday, at 
7 A. M. 

Arrives (uviJy, except Si:iiday, at (i p. m. 

For Hudson— leaves daily, e.-ccept Suuday, at 

6 A. .M. 

Arrives dsdly, except Sunday, at 7 p. m. 

For Maukato — leaves idaily, "except Suuday, at 

10 A. M. 

Arrives dnilv, except Sunday, at about V. M. 

For Northlield— leaves daily, except Sunday, 
at 4 A. M. 

Arrive-, diiily, except Sunday, at nbont 7 p. >i. 

For Sunrise'City— leaves Monday, Wednesday, 
an<l Friday, at li a. m. 

Arrives Tue.-iiUty, Thursday, and Saturday, at 
ab'i.it r p. M. ' 

For C"atiiiiiii r;!ll> — !e:>ves Tuesday, at 7 A. M. 

Arrive-! Wednesday, ai 7 p. m. 

i'or lied Winj; — leaves Wednesday, at 6 A. M. 

Arrives Tuesil:iy, at f, p. m. 

For < "a rvcr— leaves Tl'.ur-iday, at 7 A. M. 

Arrives \Vednesd:!y, :'.t 7 P. M. 

ForCottajje Urove— leav('S S.iturday, at 1 r. M. 

Arriv.-.s Saturday, at l'_' Ji. 

Mails leaving before 7 o'clock x. M. closo at 

7 P. M. 

All others close half an hour before the time of 
departii.g, exoijit Ka.siiTU v.liieh coses at 'J v. M. 

The postage upon all transient printed matter, 
foreign and don.eitic, and u;ion all lelt«>rs, for- 
eign and domestic, is now re<|<iired to be fully 
prepaid by L'nited Stales iiosiaj;e stamps, exci'jit 
in cases wliere prepayment on letters, i;c., to for- 
eign couutrien is optional aud the Si^uders do not 
wisl\ to prepay. 

Persons niailing letters, newspapers, &c.. 
wlietiter domestii; or to foreign countries, should 
thereibre asc<»rtain at ilie olUc of mailing, tiie 
e.xact postage in each i-.-sm- and alfix United .>> tales 
jiosfifri' stamps of suIUti^'ut value to prepay tho 
full postage thereon. 

CHAS. NiriiOLS, Postmaster. 

St. Paul, Novei ii ber 1 :'), IKO^I^ 

r^ E. S C H N A B E L , 

IN MOFFATT'S CASTLE, CORNHU OF 4tii 
AND JACKSON STREETS. 

DEALICU IX 

GUiOCKRIES, G!-KA.I?«J", 

.A.>rr) PROVISICK'S, 

Keeps constantly on hand a full eupply of Corn, 
Com Meal, Oats and Brun. 

Nice Le;'.f Lard and Sugar Curi-ri Hams. 

Any ijuantity of butter and eggs. 

He has made arrangements to receive two or 
three times a week from the country the choicest 
roll butter. 

Also agency for C. H. If. Baker's extra flour, 
which is pronounced the b«*st iu the city. 

Goods delivered in all parts of the citv free of 
c harge. jel :0m 

ig W.EDDY, 

Gcxici'al Gi'ocoir 

AXD DEALEK i:!t 

TUE BEST FAMILY PROVISIONS, 

FORT STREET, ST. PAUL, 

Keep* constantly on hand the best of Sugars and 
Cotfee. 

The choicest Green and Black Teas, 

Stewart's and Belcher's .Syrups. 

The best famjly br.inds Flour. 

Dried fruits, I'ure Wines, aud Liquors for me- 
diciuol purposes. 

The best Dairy Butter. 

Durkee's Sijices. 

The celebrated Dandelion Coffee. 

Lamb's Hams aud Ames' Dried Beef. 

Wooden and Earthen Ware, &c., 

Which will bo sold as low as the lowest and de. 
livered promptly, 

FREE OF CHARGE. 

je27 d!y 

T3EYN0LDS iz lacCARGAR^ 
Wholesale G-rocers 

AND 

Oommi^ision jVXoroliants, 

UPPEi: LEVEl:;. 



WINTER ARRANGEMENT. 



a.11-tf 



Sain-tPaul. 



CIOU 



X DEPREDATIONS 



This House Is plrasantlv located In Little Cana 
da, on the bank of l-aVe Ellzalteth, live miles froip 
Saint Paul. The Hon-ie and lixtures aru entirely 
new, and has been litted up more particularly as 
a homu for luvalids, aud persons seeking recrea- 
tion. 

TheJIouse Is provided with boats and all the 
nec<'ssary fixtures for hunting and fishing — and is 
ouo mile from Bass l.ake, which is considered the 
best llshing ground in the State— where boats are 
also provided for the use of guests of the House. 

Board by day or week at moderate rmtes. 

Jel4-di>m 



H. G^ALLEY, 

Manufacturer of 

Cane and Wood Seat 
C H A. I I^ S ! 

THE TRADE SUPPLIED. 

WABA8HAW 8TKKKT, BET. STII k 6TU, ST. rAUL 
MINNESOTA. nOv8 

A MES' EXTRA SUGAR CURED 
H A. IMC S , 

8. K. PUTNAM. 



For sale bjr 
«1« 



"pURS. FURS. FURS. 

C. J. KOVITZ, 
MANUFACTURER OF FINE FURS, OF 

ALL DKSCRIPTIONS AND KVKRT STYLE, 

THIRD ST., Concert Hall Block, Sautt Paul 



M 



A G N E T I C 



/CLIFTON HOUSE, 



MANKATO, 



• MINNESOTA. 



This House ig situated near the steamboat 
landing, and \% among the largest in the Minne- 
sota Valley. Is 

NEW AND NTCWLY FURNISHED, 

Ami the proprietor, from long experience In the 
business, tlatters himself that he will be able to 
■atisfy the traveling public. 

^S'CUARGES MODERATE. ..er 

M. T. C. FLOWER, Proprietor. 
Mankato, Minn., April '.!9th, \M2. 



N" 



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Came to my place on the 2jtli day of November, 
a stray Crilf, riMl color, with white star in fore- 
head. Tilt owner can hp.ve her by proving pro|)- 
erty, paying charges and taking her away. 
THOMAS THOMAS, 
Upper Town, WInslow's Addition. 
8t. Paul, Dec. i:j, 1SI02— <lecHt3* 



50 



BARRELS 

— OF — 

CARBON OIL. 

ALSO A QUA^TTITT OF 

CHICAG*) CREAM ALE, 



rFaclc Hammers. 

If you don't want to mash your lingers, buy one 
for 25 cents, at E. & H. Y. BELL'S. 

Colfee is high. Buy a patent Coflee Strainer; 
it clears the colToe, and saves one third. Only 
25«'nt«. E. &. H.V.BELL. 

Patent Lifters. Will lift evervthing hot off the 
Steve, without buruiug your tinwrs. Onlv ;a 
cents. E. &. 11. V. BEL'L. 

Agents wanted to canv.iss the .state for the 
above articles. A smart man can make big wa^'es. 
For particulars, address, enclosing stamps, 

E. & H. Y. BELL, 
Sole Agents for Minnesota. 

St. Paul, July nth, Vntfl. Jyll-dtf. 

IIUKACK E. BIOKLOW. OLIVKK UALl:r.MrLE. 

BIGELOW & D^VLRYMPLE, 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 
St. Paul, M!in.nesota. 

Will attend particularly to collections through- 
out the State ; and, until their payment by the 
Oovemment, will (Ive especial attention to the 
prosecution and settlement of claims of INDESI- 
NITY FOR SIOUX DEPREDATIONS. 82C-3m 

O B E R T P . LEWIS 



I will attend promptly and f:;it!ifully to the col- 
leetiou of claims arising out of the receut depre- 
dations of the Sioux Indians. 

<;eo. a. NornsE, 

s"|-'-tt Attori«i'VHt !,:•«. St. rni:!. 

— ^-^^^^— ^^-^^^mi— irrw^giiii-—!.^ i ■■■■■nii m . 

TJ I R B Y ' S COMBINED 
Reai^er unci Mio'wex*. 

II. A. PITT icCO'S 

THRESHING MACHINES. 

We are now soliciting oru,'rs for the above cele 
brated machines. 

Persons in want are Invited to examine them at 
our store ou Tliird street, r.s Vi-e f.'ui confident 
our terms and pricey, as v.f\\ as the machines 
themselves, will Iw found satisfactorv. 

A genenil {'..-sortmeut of .\gricultur&l Imple- 
ments ou hand. 

j'-'r- NICOL8&DEAN. 

"TJUNDAS MILLS' 
CELEBRATED XX F.\MILY FLOUR, 

For sale hi bb!s. or sacks by 

E. fc H. Y. Bell, near the Wiuslow l-ous«i ; S 
K. Putnam, coriier.'tdand Market .Sts.; Beaumont 
and Gordon, corUiT 3d aud .Jacktion Sts.; J. B. 
Slichter, corner of 7th aud Jacksou fcts. 
Warranted the best 

XX FAMILY' FLOUk 
oB'ered In this mark't. Orders from Hotel s 
Bakers and otiiers shall have promjjt attention 
and immediate dfclivery. 
mart s .T. S. ARCHIR A TiD. 

JTORN, LUND.JCGALUSHA, 

ATTORNEYS k COUiNSELLORS AT LAV,', 

(Successors to Horn & Galaslia and Sanborn & 
Lund) 

Sasxt Pai'l, Mi.\\r;M)TA, 
Practice in all tlie Courts of the .State, and in the 
Courts of the United Stales, at Law, iu Chancery 
and in Admiralty. 

Collectious carefuliv and proDptly atteadc^d to 

mh-'t': Iv 

\qC\ acres o~f 

Ximbcretl IL.uii<l 

Will be sold at such price that the timber at fifty 
ctnits per cord wood-leave, will pay for the prop- 
erty. 

Ihe soil is of excellent quality, with water an 
me:ulow. and is sitiiaieil witiiin one und a hall 
hours' tirivu of Saint I'aul, ami witiiin live 
miles of the Saint Paul aud Paciiic Railroad 
at two dilferent depot-. This road is now beiiig 
construcietl and wiii !;>> iiiiisiied to Anoka the 
coming faU. HENRY M.:KKNTY. 

Dealer in Real E-tate. 

St. Pnnl. .Ttinn •»«. 1<;tV>. |»v>i..l v '■'<=.-• 



MINNESOTA STAGE CO., 

CABRriNO THK 

NORTHWEST'N EXPRESS 

AND TUB 

Uuitea States >Xall. 



The roads are well stocked with first class 
horses, t^oncord Coaches, with careful and expo- 
rienced drivers, all under the control of compe- 
tent agents. 



SCHKUULEOF DEPARTURES FROM SAINT PAUL . 

For Hastings, Red Wing, Lake City, Reed's 
Landing, Wabashaw, Minneiska, Winona and La 
Crosse — connecting with the LaCrosse aud Mil- 
waukee Itallroad— every morning at O A. M. 

For Stillwater— Daily, at 8 A. m. 

For Shakopee, Jordon, St. Ijiwrence, Bello 
Plain, Henderson, Le Sueur, Ottawa, Traverse de 
aioux, St. Peter and Maukato— Daily at 2. P. x. 

For Rosemount, Castle Rock, Northfield, Can- 
non t:ity, Faribault, Medford, Cliutou Falls and 
Uwatonna, connecting at Owatonna, for Wilto.., 
Sr. JIary's, Winnebago Agency and Maukato: 
Also for Rice I^ke, Claremout, Wasioja, Mau 
torville, Rochester, Chattield, aud Winona— Daily 
at 4 A. M. 

For Industriana, Anoka, Oiouo, Orlando. 
Monticello, Clearwater, St. Augusta aud bt. 
Cloud— Daily, at 5 A. M. 

For Sauk Rapids, Belle Prairie, Fort Ripley and 
Crow Wing— Tuesday's, Thursday's and Satur- 
day's at 5 o'clock A. M. 

For Richmond, Sauk Centre, Alexandria. 
Chippewa, Pomme de Terre, Breckinridge, Fort 
Abercrombie — Monday's and Wednesday's at 
o'clock A. M. 

Ftir Sunrise, with connections for Superior 
and Bayfield— Monday's Wednesday's an«l Fri- 
day's, at 7 o'clock A. M. 



For further particulari inquire at the Genera. 
OiBce on Third Street. 

J. C. BURBANK fc CO., 

nov24-dly Proprietors. 

1862. 1862. 1862 



Important to Slilpi>eirfii. 



J. C. & H. C. BLTIBANK & CO. 

Having been constituted sole agents at St. Fmi 

for the 

LACROSSE k MILWAUKEE RAILROAD^ 

AND ALSO FOR TU£ 

LACROSSE & ST. PAUL STEAMERS. 

Would respectfully call your attention to the aa 
perior advantages offered by them over any other 
competing line. 

I'lu'ouigfli Ooiiti*acts 

Will l>c given to all points East. 
ALL CLAIMS FOR 

OVERCHARGES OS DAMAGES, 

Will be settled upon presentation. 

WE HAVE ALSO THE AQENCT OF 

DAVIDSON'S LINE OF STEAMERS 

On the Miuncsota and Upper Mississippi rivers. 

The La Crosse and Milwaukee Lino receive and 

forward all freight freb of WAREU0U2>e 

CUARGES AT ST. PAUL. 

MERCHANTS who design visiting the East for 
Goods will please give us a call and obtain fill 

PARTICI-LARS. 

J. C. &. H. C. BURBANK & CO 

St. Paul, Feb. 2fl. 1802. febQO-dtwly 

]yj[ E R CHANTS' DISPATCH 

Fttsst Freiffht IL.iiie, 

owned and managed bt 
-AJMEIilC-AJfl- TGXPRESS CO. 

AU overcharges settled by J. C. & H. C. Bur- 
bank & Co., Agents. 
New York office, l^ Murray street. 

Boston office, 69 Washington street. 
inarL'5-dly 

TOO ^^'^^'^ SUGAR HOUSE, GOL- 

-*jy-f\J den and Ambre, a choice article, at 
J. C. & II. C. BURBANK & Co.'s 

LARGE STOCK OF FINE Ll- 

quors and Cigars, which we ofler at prices 
that wul insure quick sales, at 
J. C. & H. C. BUltBANK k. Co.'s 

^(\Ci J^^'^S- ASSORTED WHIS". 
%J\J\J key, for sale at 

J. C. k U. C. BURBANK k Co.'s 

^ O O WHOLE, HALF AND QU.\li"- 

^yj\J ter boxes Raisius, crop of ItjOl, at 
J. C. & H. C. BURBANK k Co. 's 

9fk BBLS. STUART'S BEST HON- 

^* Vf ey Syrup, a choice article, for Ubie use at 
J. C. k H. C. BURBANK & Co.'s . 

1 OK PACKAGES ASSORTED 

-*-^tJ Fruits, consisting of Plums, Pruu«fS, 
Currants and Citron, all new crop, for saJe at 
prices to suit the times. 

J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & Co.'s 



1 Kf\ BOXES W. R. C1H:ESE; A 

-»-*-' Vy prime article, at low figures, at 
J. C. & tl. C. BURBANK k Co.'s 

K(\ GRANT'S PATENT F.VNNlNiT 

^yj Mills for sale at manufacturer's prices at 
J. C. k If. C. BURP.ANK k Co.' s 

OU WILL FIND ONE OF TI 1 J : 

largest aud bent selected stocks of Grocei- 
ies iu the West, at the warehou.se of 
dec l'.> J. C. k H. C. BURBANK k Co. 



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s'DERTAKEU'S CARL>. 



R 



ATIORNEY' AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 

St. Paul, jNIinneHota, 
Offieeon Third-st., Roger- 1 Iilock,itearthe Uridg 
Also Branch Agent of 

"THE NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY," 

Of Washington, D. C, conducted by Harvey 
Collins & Brace. 

Clai.ms presented and prosecuted before Con- 
gress, Court of Claims and the Departments at 
Washington City. Special attention paid to secu- 
ring Soldier's Pensions, Bounties, Back Pay, &c. 

J^ Advice giveu soldiers and their friends hv 



The undersigned would resneci.'.i'ly announce 
that after the bo!icitati'>u of many friends, he hus 
conrliiiled to engage in t!ie aboVe bii.iin"ss, and 
would therefore suy to the citizens of .Miuneajio- 
lis and vicinity, that he v.ill b'.- prejv.ired in future 
to furuisii Cotiins of Walnut, 3ie;alic, Cloth cov- 
ered and Conimon, und all lhin;:s rei|!iired in an 
U'ld.'rtaker's line. Having liad several j ear.-' ex- 
p -rlence in tlie above business in l^a.-te'rii cities, 
he feels competi-nt in oll'erin;^ !iis services to take 
the entire charge of Fnuerals, and would solicit 
a share oi ihe patronage. 

G. F. WARNIIR. 

Minnr-npolis, Nov. Cth. nov \ 1 

tI-IaTHER and FINDINGS,- 

SADDLERY, HARDWARE AND TOOLS. 



PRINTERS' INKS. 

All sorts, kinds, and colors, from the celebrated 
manufactory vf J. E. Wade, New York, forsali 
Bt manufacturer's prices, by 

dec" J. (J. &H.C. BURBANK&CO. 

A^(\ BOXES ASSORTED TO- 
^t.^J\J Imcco, comprisiug all the fkrurit-* 
brands, at 

J. C. & H. C. BURBANK k Co.'s 

K(\ DOZEN DUBOIS BEST CASI' 

^-'^^ Steel Axes. Also 30 dozen Red River 
Axes : also 25 Boxes assorted Blued Tacks, tir-t 
quality, at 

J- C. k H. C. BURBANK k Co.'s 




niya:tf 



J. C. BURBANK k CO. 



TANNKK3 AND CUP.POERS, 

Keep constantly on har.d the largest and most 
complete stock of 

LEATHER end FINDINGS, SADDLERY 
HARDWARE and TOOLS, 

LEATHER BELTING, ENAJItLKD 

CLOTHS AND LEATHER, &C,, ic, &C. 

All of which they are now offering at prices to 
suit the times. 



W^^E HAVE JUST RECEIVED A 
T T larue supply of Western Kesebvk 

Cii::ese nhich we offer low for cash. 
Jg» S. C. k H. C. BURBANK k CO. 



rpo MY FRIENDS & PATRONS. 



Having engaged my services to the Messrs. J. 
C. & H. C. Burhank k Co.. corner T>evee and Sib- 
ley streets, I may be found in the Wholesale Gro- 
cery Department, where it will afford me pleuure 
to see Diy old customers once more. 

We shall have a hirge and well selected stock 
of goods, usually kept in our line, on liand, whlcli 
I rt'spectlully ask you to examine before parclia> 
Ing elsewhere. 1 hope to merit for the hoa«e u 
portiou at least of that patronage you haja K^.r,- 
tofore so liberally bestowed upon in« ^^ 

marS A. L. LARPE NTEUR. 

XyiLLIAM D. STOREY 

ATTORNEY AXD COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
ST. PACI., lONMKSOTA. 



PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS 



RBFFKKEJICBS : 

Hon. George Opdyke,.... New York City 

Johu G. Treadweu,. Albany, New York 

Hon. Amos Dean, L. L. D.,.mAlbany, New York 
. I Hon. B. A. Law .^^ '^*-«»oJlls 



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THE C I T V . 

• iit-l: u« iii-<* fiiilv (-(>iii:?«*l<*i>t. >«<■ MiSl 
|*;iv tliirtt 4'4>nt« |i«>r tli<tu«Mnil. ^«>ii<* 
«>tlii'r« iiffcl aii|tl.'>. 



ovc;\ nnd i^ iJoauiKr'O.iil ri'llowj' culchy 
tho (lioir lad cniivcnnl aU licarts, tlio 
tlotliwas reiiiuvetl Iroiu tlu' tal)l»». ilisc'Io>- 
iii » a r<uiPi<ti;):is rf|':ist iMrnislu'tl In- tlu* 
'•I):i!i.:;IitiTs" pri'sciit, ajid about an Iiour 
w.is >f,iiit in tliis "fnlcr of basiiK'ss.'and 
in listiMiin^ to spet'ilii'.s trom various ;^on- 
I. (>. C. I".— RouMihir nuvtiii:: of till' tUman presi-nt, intcr^porsotl witli patri- 
otic son'rs bv tho olioir. Ililaritv ami 
pood humor pri'vai id, and all cnioyi-d 
ihciusilvi's in tho o.xtrenio. 

Tho Lodi|;o was altorwards oponod in 



itEvt»:v»- or iiO!i»ECR.ft.:v«' r.iii 



WHAT WAS n0X« nx SATfltDAY, 27Trf. 



I'asliaway LoJi;o this ovoiiiiij; in <.)dil 
Fellows' ilall. 



TiTK Wkikt Y TnKss ia |>id>lishrd this 
iiionua;;. cuntaniinjr tho (Jovonior's nios- 
i.a,'o and manv othor arti.los ol -roat ' ^''^" ''^'?''»'^* "f Uobt-kah. and.p.ito a nnm 



li'.'.il i!;toro-t. 
Cint^. 



Tri. 



in wrappors. mo 



liiKia. was ijuito a tail ot' snow yo>U'r- 
uay atloiiuiin. It is baroly possible that 
w.' mav lia\i' >Iti.'hiii'r vft brtoro the win- 

tvr ij jX'»!ii'- 

Jrnoi: l ioopuun. — We notitv by tho 
Ti'Unuw of Monday, that Jud^o tinod- 
riih ot our lity. was in t'hiiMijo aui! 

"■'''l"I''"o •'' '■ ■ IronKM'.t Ilou<i'. His 
Iriorids may lluri turo oxpiot him homo, 
probably to-niiiht. 



Kii.iM 1 KK li. — Tho ronown of this dis- 
tiii^iiisliod oporatcr in tho nndiTstand:i);;s 
ui \.\v.\, \\\):iii'n and oliildron, is not oon- 
liiHi! to onr own Sfaio. Tho pooplo ol 
M is 'on-in ooni<' ovi v lu'ro whoro thoy 
know tluy can ui t _':iat barirains. and 
even on tin- plains oi distant Pakota tin.' 
namo of Kilpatriok is as familiar as 

JuniM'lKdd wonls. 

••»•• 

At an oln tiun lu!d at Tort Ui|)!oy a 
ll'w davs airo ly iho illirors o( tlio Sfh 
ile-'iinv'Ut. Kov, Lauren Ormsbv of Fari- 
bauh. was olooted I'liaplain, and Mr. 
JIi-.rdiHk ol Stillwator SntUr — an oxool- 
Itnt and ^.lti^l'a^■tory result to ;-.ll i on- 
icrn. il. 

St"ri;' ^;■' ( .'•"i;r. — Tho first oall tl i" 
c;iUini!ar i^r tl.< '.ntst :it tiTJU ofthis t .'Urt 
wasyostorday oompiottHl. Ttusmi>rr:ii <;: 
a' tin n'eloek tho poromptory onll 

of t!io oiill- luL-.r v.iil bo conunonrtd. 
when all ait'irnoyi iiiiinj: to be in a'- 
tcn I mfX" when t!:oir r-.Sv's aro n-arhed 

iMui^ r t!ii' c.dl I.', w. :!:.<■ ; .:'.: v j^i .'<■,- ■:; ,: 
St:n od niif il .;: ''•!■:.; :n ■•! (.'ii;;r;. 



' !ur of ladios wore Mdniitted as mombors. 
Ak»\::i-th;r. tiio ooo ision was one lonjj to 
iu' romomborod bv iho Odtl Follows and 
'T>ani;htors"' with pleasure, as allordi.:;; 
an opportunity amid the «h'prossin;; trials 
o[' lilt', .and earos w >ii;hin^ on all hrarts, 
to brighten tho links ol tho soeial ehain, 
and !i;;Iit anew on I riendship's altars, tho 
saered llamo. 

1 ii;i:i-; it lumiistak' al>«tit M.-rriU's Jvin^ thf 
l.hic- to jti't IllO bi-st iirticK- of slutioiKTv: aii.l 
t;i." fact Is also jilalii th:it inombiT* of tin" l.fRis- 
hiti'.r.' ciu {t-'t till' viTV IwiX of station.Tv fortlioir 
-t I'.iKu.ry tvrtnicatos, . 1 ;><*-. Hy all nu-am go 
to Morrill's. 



Logislature of Minnesota. 



1' 1 1'' T 1 1 s i<: s t< I c) jf. 



x,.rii I-.— Tiie i:t. iiev. II. i;. V,!, 



pie, :- 



' ot Minnesota, will, by l)ivine 
per::..-> 'i vi-it the I'ari.sli ot Christ 
L'hur'-li i-ii SvMuL'.y nuv.-ninu' ne.xt. ( 'on- 
tirniatiun aiul 11. >IyC'oiii;u;i;, !.■•;. .'>i'rvi(c> 
e.>!n::irneiii_' ;'.t I' I o'rh^ek. Tho Smulav 
school Seliolars \\'n\ meet t!io l>i>hop i\>v 
examination in the Cateehism at hall past 
nine o'eloek. 

'Inr <>!.!. In I own" Fr:*TiVAi.. — il!' 
Hall ot St. I'aul Lod-o. No. :.'. F n 
*'. F., was filled at an early hour» last 
ivxniii;r with a throng of members and 
tlieir wives, ^ira^vn toircther by the exer- 
e!~<s anun;;i;r,- 1 in oiir local oulumn ol 
1 ,;c-i:ay. ' ';ir rcpoiter od^ed in, how- 
ever, and enjoyed the j^aiety and pleasnn 
of the s ■' ;■" wliil.- plyin,' pencil and note 
book. 1 ;..!;. which has been 

n 'entiy ele:.'a!illy refurnishid. was tastc- 
luUy decorat'' !, and the ll.tshin;:^ re;:al::t 
w^rn by the meudiers, and tin' yay dres- 
ses otthe ladi. -, eoatrlltuted to make it u 
plea^ar.t >.(!.■■. 

The lir-t p !•.:■: ".i-.->' on thoproirrr.mme 
was iastuilaiiuu ul eiiicers, which was 
eondi;cte<l by Isaac II. (.'onvray, Ksfp. 
1). I), ('■rand M.i~ti r I ;• '<'..':- i i:y. aided 
by X r. ;nii».r ul resident Grand and 1'. (i. 
OlUcers, all clothed in j;old and s<\arlct 
rf<:alia. (ormin;.^ a most brilliant tabltaii. 
The t'ullowini.' oliicers were duly ludurtid 
into their chairs: Henry W. Shro-r, ?\. 
G. : Jno. 1>. WiNon,' V. <;.; \\. L. 
AVharton. It. <. : l>avi 1 llam.aloy, P. S. : 
K. II. Fit/. rr,a-!!rer: J. F. Williams 
and J. 15. Slichter, S's to X. fi. : <'. L. 
Weed, I. ('.. ; A. Wilson, C. : Sherwoo.l 
Ilou^h, d. F. Williams and C. D. .Stronjr, 
Trustees ; T. J. Kini;, Sitting Past Grand. 
A l)eautitul ( )de was then sunj; by the 
eboir, called *' Friendship. Love and 
Truth,*' written in 17SS by .James Mont- 
j;omery, for the < 'dd Fellows of England. 
The music, we will here observe, was 
fxcellent, and addel greatly to the plea- 
sure of the evenlnu^. It w.as executed by 
the Wilson brothers, (lias. Trowbrid;4e, 
atid other m«inber-. 

The next feature was tlie i)re>ri.t.it!on 
ot a IJiide to the Lodge by the " Dauirl;- 
ters of llebekah.'' The book was a ma;:- 
niticcntly bound volume, eo.sting .$1"». 
[Mrs. Anuanda P. Babcock. (widow of the 
late P. (i. Master iKibcock, formerly a 
member of this Lodge.) presented the 
Bible in a very graceful and ipii;enl}- man- 
ner, as follows : 

.V.>6/e firniidand r.ri<th' rs On li'lialf of tlif> 
dauglitiTs of Iti'lH'kali of tlii- rity, I iircsfiit lo 
Saint Taiil Lotlpi- No. •,', tliis Holy l!iW>', a-- a to- 
koii ol our uttuchnienr to tiie Onlcr. ami of o:ir 
{l'*sire to i-ncuuragi- you in your ifcni'volvut woi k. 
Wf are eacli wituos'iv' in «'iur own faniilii"'. i-inl 
elsewliert', of tlif l'ruil.-< of Oilil Ki'Uow.sliip, in 
till? visitation o.' .sick brothers the lionorubli' in- 
ti-rnuMit of till' il<'a(l, ami tin* tfiid'T oart' of flii" 
wlJuwaii'l tlif oriiltuii. Kiiili'Hir 1 to u-> bythi--c 
many jrooti di'i'ils,tli<' l>;iii;;litiT.- of Kt-bckali fii'l 
that your Order i:' inib-t-d a lirotlierliood tliat 
8houl(l bf cheri^lx'il for tin- goo<l if ucconi|ilisli.-s, 
and is ever reaily to ,!;rant to our lovcil ours and 
tumi'ips if nceUi'd. As a <'o-ordiiiati' Si.-.ti'rlioo(l 
m'e bill you '•(jod-speed "' iu your iiid.K- work. 

Iteceivt'thi- Rift, tlidi, ('nun vour .-i>ti'rs of tM-i 
beautiful iK'^ret-, and may He who ins|iircd its 
pages stregtlu'Ti you in your noble work. ;iiid 
tinally briuK >'s all' fo that etirrial I.ixl^^e where he 
Itiniself sitti'th in glory upon the Throni'. 

The acting Chaplain, Ch.as. J). Strong, 

received the testimonial, and returned the 

thanks of the Lodge, as loll)v.s : 

Oauf/htfru of licliek'ih ! — On behii!.'* of >;i!:it 
I'aiil Lodge No. ", I receive thi- "lepuit iire.-ent, 
and endeavor to e.xure^s to the kind-lieuried Sis- 
ters who have tliu.-s honored us, our gniJel'iil m-- 
knowlpdpiupnt of the conipliuieiit [Kiid us. ii i*, 
indeed, pleasant to us to fe«'l that our labors ;;re 
recognized and appreciated bytlie '-liettir halT' 
of society. howe\ er uniioliccil they nuiy be by our 
own se.v — and doublv plea.<iiig to us to hear ihe 
words of praise you have sjiokeu. They \»ill in- 
deed encouni;,'e 'us in duty's path, and incite us to 
ri'newed labor in our great caie-i-. 

You could not have chosen a testiniouial inore 
njijjropriate for an Odd Fellow's Lodge than thi-« 
holv volume, a.< the l.iws, [irinciples, and ritual of 
our'Order, are all <lr.iwa from, and founded on, 
its teachings. .May it.s great author evyr enabh' 
us to walk iu its light, aud give success to our la- 
bors. 

Agi in. sisteri, we tlinnk you from our hearts 
f.»r vour kind wonis and for' this ;;ift, which we 
wHIi'ver prize highly, and in fulun- years will 
jook bark to this evening with ;;rateful' recollee- 
uous of the Daughters of Uebekah of .St. I'aul, 
whoha»«her« jiresented us with puch cheering 
ioken* (4" sympathy and approbation. 



ll<»l<K Of Kll'Ur.SKN TATIVK-!. 

Vi Ksi> A\ , January r, ISVJ. 

T'ie Uous> was cilii 1 to onler at 10 o'clock 
rr.iy>r by tie- thaplaii . 

3Ir. li.VroN, Uv'pri i<entati\e from the lith 
l»istriet, ai'peated ami iva* .s»vorn in. 

.Mr. il.VYKS oir.'red I resolulii'U to inform the 
Senate t"iat t';|e llou^e would meet the. Sei.ate iu 
joiai «'iin\e!iti>ni. at 1 o'eloik. 

The ll<iu>e tlien tJolv a n'l-es-. until Vi o'clock. 

.li>l>ST « ■ >NVf..N rutN. 

I'll- .Senate and HeuM> of liepresenfative* at 1- 
o'cl'».'k went into.luint Conveuti«>n in the Hall of 
'.;i>' llo.ise, f.>r the purpose of listening to t!;e 
\iin '.ai .Me»-.i;ei.f the (lOiemor. 

I' I ui..ti..:i of Mr. jriLLKK, of Filhuore, tlie 
. . -.li'iit ajpiiitiled Jle^srs. Jliller and lleaton, 
of IIie!H»na:c, and -Mr. Hayes, of the House, as 
1 in>!.i!iiittee, '.o wait ii >on the tiov»rn<>r and in- 
r >rni liiiii that the t>vo brandies were iu .loint 
t i>;i\i'uli(in. atidreadx to reeeiveany cunnuunica- 
il u is-- niiglit U' pleuM d to make, 

I.I •..iiuitieesulMSrijuently appenred with tho 
.,.\ . 1 :e.r and oth-r olUcers of the State. 

The IJovetuor wai introduced to the I.egisla- 
t.n\' by till' I'li'siilent, and proc-eded toile|i\er 
..i- .VnuiKil Me>«ag', Ml.ii-h may be found iu an- 
irli'T [I ic.\ 

-\!: r the d. liv.Ty if the message, the Joint 
Coiiv.ntieu adj.'urti. i! 

fill' Hoi!'.' then adj .> trned. 

Ihere was no bn-siee *s tran.«acted in the Senate. 



^ Gen. .MeCook Was directed to press 
A.t tho battles before Murfrre.«boro, j Hardee's two divisions at Triune on .Sat- 
w'h.itover the final rennlt, promise to take | unlay, and orders Were issued to move 



Panrtatjj & Sommcttial 



Monetary. 



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, ,, , .... 1 ,1- .. I »1» along the whole roail. The enemv's 

rank among the most hr.lhant and elloot- | j,|^.^,.,^ ^^^.^^ ^^^,^ ,,,^j ^^ ^^^.j,,,,, ^^^-^^^^ ; ClTunKXCY AXl)K\cnAN<:KQi:OTATIo.\.s , 

ive of the war. we supply onr re.idors | .j„,i there was sharp skirmishing all day 1^ KxcuANGK.^.ANn w\'ln^^^^^ 
with tho following interestini: review of long. Hardee fell back rapiiUy before *" '' ' ' 



tho i>porations in Uoseorans' Department, 

which led to the encounter. 

itosiuKAxs sii'i:k«.i:i>i:s iii'km.. 

On the :?'.Ub of October, M.ijor General 
^^ . S. Kosecrans, then at Cincinnati, re 



Mc( 'ook's eager atlvanee, the Andersoti 
cavalry distinguishing theniselves it skir- 
mishing, and Xeglcy's and Kosseau's di- 
visio3s muviiig up to the emter on the 
lefV. 

Crittenden drove tlie rebels all dav. 



ocivod his orders to take commaml ol tho , <'arr\ing the briilges on the .letrersoii and 
new l)e|>artmcttt ot tho Cutiiborland. and Murlrecsboro pikes in good style. i)ur 
the troops under (Jeneral Buell. Ivose- loss in the left wing was two killed and 



erans wore his tresh laurels won at Iiika, 
Bucll's infamy had Idled its full me sure, 
and the cxcliaii;'c was received as most 
welcome to the army and jieople. At that 
time Buell was slowly following Br.agg, 
having passed beyond Crab C)nhard. 
(!cn. Crittentlcn's division piiisuo«l Bragg 
in vain beyond that point, Bragg h.aving 
sueeeeded in getting nearly fortv miles 
upon tho way beloro Cnttenilen starteil, 
bu. Uiiell and his host had romaiiied at the 
Orchard evi r since they got there, three 
or tour ilays alter tiie battle of Chaplain 
hills Oh the Sth. The war hail no more 
Use for Buell. 

AM> KKI'AIKS TO NASIIVII.I.K. 

(icn. Kosecran.s was in Louisville on 
tho ;'>oth, formally taking commaml and 
issuing his lirst order on tlat day. He 
loft with his stair for Nashville on Nov. 
1st, onlormg his main army thither. The 
situation ot tliat city was perilous, (>oii 
Negley was in command, and had uii 
inadeipiate force. The city was com- 
pletely cut oil' lioin the surrounding coun- 
try by bamls of ribel guerrillas, ami inar- 
keliiig was beyond the roach of people in 
ordinary circumstances. Moat eonld be 
obtained, but vegetables, butter, cheese, 
and eggs sold at such hiy;h rates that few 



thenty-.seven wounded, most of the latter 
of the I'OthOhio. 

The rebel force Ls estimated at 35,0(X). 



Vremiam. 
'»' per ct. jirem. 
.. i-T perct.disc't. 



Commercial. 



^t intpr Fu«]ii(>ii« in YVu«Iiin:;ton. 

-V lady correspondent writes from 
Washington : 

"The l.i.-hiorvs this winter are very 
< Miuical. tho heigh of the ladies' bonnets 
dicing alisolutely ri iiculous. Largi' white 
■iiuslin bows, with !aee-trimmed ends, are 
worn instead of bn ast-pins on cloaks and 
waKvit;g-dri's.-cs. This has the ellec* oi 
making ladies lo >k ([iiite ministerial. 
Cloaks are pretty iiuich long sacks, and 
'•raided trimmingr are most in favor. 
Frizzled hair is all the rage. Ladies cut 
[heir lovely locks about four inches long, 
and curl them at night over the forehead 
and close to the bead. These curls are 
all combed through in a mass next morn- 
ing, and stand out like a darkey's hair, 
precisely. 1 hav ? seen many a dark- 
skinned woman try as hard to get the 
kink out of hair, as our ladies trv to jiet 
It in." 



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Vitk^hur:;' ttud it* Drfrnres. 

The appearance of the Conledcratc de- 
fenses in the ran;re of vision from the 
point of loi-ation o * the I-exington, while 
1} ing oil" N'icksburg, was not so lormida- 
lile as we had anticipated from considera- 
tion ol the long tii le which they had for 
1 oi-.siniction. We had been informed that 
th'-re were large liodies of men con.sfantly 
employed there wben the Lexington made 
her last jirevious trip under a ilag of truce, 
riiey had accomplished the erection of 
-evi lal new work- during tlu interval be- 
tween the two trip*. 

Wo could plain y see that there was a 
lonsiderabl nimilierof earthworks upon 
the peninsula oj>)o>itc the city, anil oil" 
whieh the Lexingt m was lying. From tlie 
deck of the Lexin.;ton. De.Soto Landing 
was marly cppos to. and the I'. S. Ma- 
rine Hospital immediately in front of 
us. The range of hills in the rear 
of the city was ooverd with batteries 
for several ndlos above us, below the city, 
and two forts and some half dozen maga- 
zines were plain y visible. The water 
batteries could net be seen, but they .are 
said to be lormiil ible. Every efl'ort has 
evidently been mjule to improve the long 
opportunity given them, and the Confed- 
erates express eonildeuce in their ability 
to withstand atta 'k. 



?£caal Notice]?. 



TOTicE OF :mortgage sale. 



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\Vhere;is. \l"xand t II. Cathrnrt and John W. 
r-.itlicart of the { on ity of Kanisey and State of 
Minni'sot;!. on the 'J I day ot .lune,.\.i». l(si'.», t'.\- 
eeuted and ibdtvered to Ira lliihvell.uf the city of 
Adrian, in the ."Siat • of Michigan, a certain in- 
ilentiire (it Miirt;.-:i,'-'e of that date which was duly 
rei-iirded in the ollici of the IJegister of Deeds in 
and for said co-inty it l{ain>ey, and State of Slin- 
iiesota, on ihe •J4t'ii liay of .lime, \. l>. I>.V.>, at 10 
o'eliie'K A. M. in leok " |"" of mortgages on 
pa-re; ICi.) and ICm'i, whereby .said Alexander H. 
I '.u heart and .lohnW .( 'at heart d'd grant, l»argain, 
s.-llan 1 co:i\ey in n ortiagi" to -aid Ira Uidwell 
his heirs ami assig is the following described 

3 



piece or parcel of land, situate, lying and Ix'in 
In the city id' Saint I'aul, couniy of ICainsey, an 
State of Miniiesotii. viz: euinmencing at the 
uorth'.ve-t corner of lot fourteen (H) iu block 
twenty-tive (•^■"O in s liiit I'aul proper, thenctf east- 
erlv oil tin' uoriherl; line of said lot, tweiity-iive 
(. ■.'>'} feet, thence soiMherly at right angles, lifty 
v."j(i) feet, thence we.-ii-rly at right angles, twenty 
five (■-'.■>) teet, tlieni-i northerly lifty (,:>») feet, to 
the place of begiiiiii ig, according to the recorded 
plat, togi'ther witli :ill and singular the heredita- 
ments and appurtenances thereunto in any wise 
a|ipert'iiidu/. to se-iire the piiymeiu of the sum 
of Tf't(»\ ami iiitere t thereon, according to the 
c inililion of two ce tain promissory notes dated 
said 'Jtld day of .June Is.V.l, exeeiited by said Ale.x- 
under H. t'athcart a id .lohii W. (atlicart and de- 
li\eredby them uiel payable to said Ira Itidwell 
or beare • iu one anil two years from saiil date and 
each for the sum of ♦■-'a", with interest unnually 
at ten per cent. p. r aniiiiin, being furthe jiur 
chase money of said preiuise-i. 

And whereas th"i' is imw at the date of this 
notice claimed to be due ami is due on said prom- 
- i.ry notes and nio tgage tlie saniofiflH'J.Ui'i, and 
no .suit or proci ediii ;at law or otherwise has been 
had or iiistiiuted tii recover the debt secured by 
said iiuirtg;tge or air." p:irt ther of: 

Now, tiieivfore, notice is hereby given, that 
default has been made in the 'payment of 
the s'lid sum of sJiil.'.iXi, due as aforesaid, 
and tluit saiil in irtgaged premises will be 
sold by the Sherill • f said county of Kamsey, at 
public auction, tiiitli r and by virtue of a power of 
sale eoiitaiised in s. id mortgage, to the highest 
bidder, \'<ir cusli, at the front door ot the Court 
Hoiisi', in the city i f Saint Paul, in said count* 
of^Kaiiisey, and .stiite of .^linnesota, on the ::iHli 
day of Jai'iuary, A. i>. ISiVl, at 10 o'clock .v. M., to 
satisfy and pay the : mount then due on sahl note 
and mortgage so fur as the proceeds of said sale 
will pay the same, « ith costs of fureclosuru. 

Dated December: rd, 184W 



could buy lliein. Said the Nashville 
I'num of the "J.'Jd ol October: 

The people of \a>lit ille are in a state of sfar\ a- 
tioii. lea i,-, worth liv.- d illars a pound, aud liiil.- 
to Ih' had at that; lieef thirty cents a iioimd ; 
coiiinion brovviisug.tr one didlar a pcuiiid ; tloiir 
nii^e dollars a liarrej. Kverythiiig iu the grocery 
line sells in like proportion. 

Under such ciivumstanco:? it m.ay bo 
imagined how joyful was the welcome 
received by General .Sill's advance corps 
when they reached Nashville on the lith. 
McCook's corps marched in on tho follow- 
ing d.iy, Crittenden oomiiig in from (Jal- 
latin al>out tho same timi', (Jeneral llose- 
erans, with his entire army being safe at 
Nashville on the ll'th of November. 

OKllAM/.ATIOX t»r TIIK AltMV Of TlIK CL'-M- 
ItLUI.ANU. 

Gen. Ko.-erans immediately published 
.an order giving the lull organization ol 
liij army. This order assigns Maj. (ion. 
Geo. H. Thomas to the command of the 
centre; Maj. Gen. Alex. D. Mc(.'ook to 
the right wing of the army. The ililfi-r- 
ent columns were designated as right, 
left and centre. The order slated that 
the centre shall be composed of tho di- 
vi.sions of (ienurals Kossean, Negley, 
Fry, Dumont and Palmer. Other divi- 
.lions were those of M.ajor Generals Me- 
Cook. Crittonihn. Richard W. .lohnston, 
Schuyler Hamilton and Wood, with sev- 
eral divisions commandetl by Brigadiers, 
and dozens of brigados commanded bv 
Colonels. 

The general organization of the army 
then was as follows : 

lOlUTK.r.NTII AVMV t DIU'S — r>KrAi:TMENT 

or TIlK Cf.MnKltl.AM) MAJtiKtiKN. VV. 

S. KOSKt'KA.N.S. 

Iii<//tt ]\'i>ig — M.ijor General Alexander 
McDowell McCook. 

Venire — Major Gen. George L.Thomas. 

I.fft Winj — M.njor Gen. Thomas L. 
Crittenden. 

licservts — Major General Schuyler 
Hamilton. 

OK TIIK r.KBKI, KORCR. 

The armv had been collecting .at Mur- 
froesboro for s6me mo tlis for the pur- 
pose of covering the removal of supplies 
south the collection of Bragg's raid north- 
ward. They were even then threatening 
Nashville when Buell's head fell, and 
Bragg inleod boastingly ordered John 
Morgan to report to him at Nashville. 
.Murfreesbora is thirty-two miles south of 
Nashville, on the Nashville and Chat- 
tanooga road. 

In the middle of November Brecken- 
ridire was there with ;J.'>,tM»o men. 

The rebel outposts were pushed da- 
ringly ni) toward Nashville. Ou the 
l.")th of Dojembi'r the rebel main army 
was still at Mtirfreesboro. Bnckner's 
force is at Nolinsville and Triune ; Kir- 
by .Smith at Manchsster, and Johnston 
at Chattanooga. 

On the llUh of December, Kirby Smith 
was reported moving towards Lebanon. 
The whole force of rebels in Tennessee 
was estiiuated at 70,tM)<). The rebel out- 
posts were then about eleven miles from 
Nashville. 

(jeneral .Toe Johnston, who command- 
ed the rebel department of the .Soutwest, 
has, orhad, his head-ipiarters atMurfrees 
boro. 

I'UKPAltATIOXS FOR A FKDKUAI. MOVK- 
MKNT. 

llosecrans was still busy in collecting 
his supplies. The country was swept by 
our foraging parties, and large amounts 
came forward by railroad as soon as it 
was in order. The guerrilla operations 
northward einb.arras3ed, endangered, and 
fimdly interrupted our communications bv 
railroad in the seizure of Elizabethtown 
.and burning of the Muldraugh's Hill tres- 
tle-work by Morgan. Our army had been 
pushing out from the city. (3n the 20tli 
of December the right wing advanced to 
the lunatic assylnm, six miles from the 
city, tow.ards Miirlreesboro, where John 
C. Breckinridge, with li.l.fKX) men, is post- 
ed, waiting for our boys to advance that 
he might run away. 

JtOSKC'KANS r.KOINS IMS MARCH. 

IlKAIUJlAUTKKS HTII AIIMY CoRI'S, > 
Dec. '.'sith, \ ia Lot isVii.i.K.lhc. ai. \ 

Orders to advance on the enemy were 
given Christmas eve, but were eounter- 
manded before morning. On the morn- 
ing of Friday, the 2Gth, onr entire force 
was in motion from Nashville, sweeping 
down the Wilson, Nolinsville, and Mur- 
freesboro pikes. 

Ol'KR.VTION.S OX FRIDAY. 



f By Telegraph.] 
ySt'vt Vurk .Tlarkt't. 

Nkw Yoi!k, Jan. T. 

Flo'ir dull and unchnngod— <ir,'w!j('.,: I. 

Wheat dull and unchangi'd. Corn diiliandiiii- 
ciianged. I'mk a shade liinier. itocks frin; 
close a shade bett.-r since board. .Money ex 
change iiuchaeged. 

:Tailt%aukec .^arL4>t. 

3l!.WAiiii;i;, Jan. 7. 
Flour dull at $1,:^^ l.w. Wheat— good demand 
with light .sales. 



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St. rAii,, January S,,isr«-' 

IIAXKAnt.K KUNI>H. 

New York, >ew Kiigland, 

Ohio, Michigan, 

Iowa, I'hiladelphla, 

imliuna, >'ew Jersey, 

Hank of Minnesota, I'ittsburg, 

Itamsey Co. endorsed scrip, Wisconsin, 
U. S. Notes, Canada, 

Unite 1 States r, per cent, two years iiotea. 
Darling & Schelf'er's endorsed ."crip. 
KXi:iiANOK KATKS. 

Selling for. 

Bankable Funds 

American <io!d.... 

Orders for L'liited Stati-s Land Warrants, State 
warrants, &c., promptly executed. 

1 II I iM/viu^ State and United States Coupons paid at our 

Bragg asserts that we sliaM lose 10,(X)0 . counter. 

men before leaving Middle Tennessee. 

A PAY Of RF.ST. 

••Sunday nothing was tlone, Rosecrans 
declining an attack that day. 

Ol'KRATIONS OK MOXDAr. 

'J'he army was in motion at «l.aylight, 
December •_".». General Jeff. C. Davis 
moved upon Murfroesboro in advance on 
the right on Bully Jack ro.ad, several 
miles north of 'I'riune, with Nagle's and 
Rossean's divisions of Thomas' grand 
division in the centre, and Crittenden's 
corps on the left, moving down the Mur- 
Iroesboro and Jotl'erson pikes. Wood's 
and Van Clove's divisions, of the latter 
corps, were right and left respectively, 
and Palmer's division in reserve. 

A battle on Steward's ( "reek was an- 
ticipated but excepting a duel between 
Parson's tth I'nited Stales artillery and a 
rebel battery, at nine o'clock, to the 
right of Murfroesboro pike, there was no 
en;'a;'einent. 

From ten to one all was rpiiet, our ar- 
my crossing .Steward's Creek, from right 
to left without opposition. At one time 
wo were within six miles of Murfreesboro, 
on tho «liroct iiike. 

The .army is still jiushiiifr on in splen- 
did style, McCook, with Davis', Sheri- 
d:in*s and Johnson's tlivisions on the right : 
Thomas, with Negley 's and Ronssca's di- 
visions in the centre, and ami Crittenden 
with Wood's and Van Clove's divisions in 
front, and Palmer in reserve on the riirht. 

Camp Ten ^liles from Murfreesboro, 
Dec. L'Li, lSi;-_>_.-, r. .M._(;t.„. Critten- 
den reports the enemy drawn up in line ol 
battle on the east side of Stone's river, 
menacing (ion. Rosecr.ans. ile is or- 
dered to form in line of battle, with two 
divisions in front, and one in reserve, 
covering his flanks. Gen. Negley and 
Rosseau are close up. 

(ien. McCook also reports his coni- 
in:yid on Williamson Creek, s ;ven miles 
form Murfreesboro, with the enemy in 
line of battle on .Stone's River, from Mnr- 
freisboro to Franklin pike. A similar 
disposition of his forces is ordered in (Jen. 
Crittenden't lines. 

It now appears that a gre.at battle will 
be fought on Stone's River to-morrow, in 
front of Murfreesboro. 

niE DAY IIKHJRK TIIK llATTLK. 

TwEi.VK MiLK.siiRoM Nasavii.lk, Dec. 
30. — The 14th army corps made a general 
advance yesterday, and pushed back the 
rebels some seven <r eight miles. There 
was no skirmishing on the right or left ; 
but Collin's brigatle. of General Jeff C. 
Davis' division, McCook's corps, had a 
smart brush with them just beyond Nol- 
insville. 

Cannonading was kept up for an hour 
or more, the enemy wasting considerable 
ammunition. Our corps pre.served their 
fire, advancing briskly ; and bv a dex- 
t.rous flank movment, the 101st Ohio 
captured one gun and a caisson. We lost 
one killed and three wounded. The rebel 
loss was not asoertained. The Mist 
Ohio is a green regiment, and the (Jen- 
eral is highly gratified with its conduct. 

A general engagement is imminent. 
The enemy is sweeping rapidly down all 
the roads towards iMurfreesboro. At 
this moment heavy artillery firing is heard 
on theNoilinsville road. MeCook is en- 
gaging Hardee. 

The weather is damp and the ground 
verv heavv. 



(.SaCW-'SOtS to COOLKT, TOTV'KR & Co.,) 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

AND 

ComniissionL IVi;er(2iia,i:its, 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQVOLk 

FRUITS, NUTS, WINES, Jtc, &c., 

JACKSON STREET. BETWEEN LEVEE AND THIRD, SAINT PAUL, MINN. 

Xoinxis -------- CASH. 



In the Department of 

r. I Q xj o It s A IV i> 8 :e: o A R is 

Our stock will b<! found lakgb and coMPLiirB at all tlmoi, and at prices to suit the views n 

closest buyer*. December 1, Is**''! 

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F.ri.oK, Agent for .singer's Sewing iMachine.s 
Third street, St. Anthony, near the Winslow 
House. novlstf 

N"W Kkadv.— Tlie IJules of I'.-actice adopted 
in general session of the .Iud;,'es of this Slate 
and publi>hed by the ri:i:s>, l'i;iN riM. Co.mp.vn v, 
are now ri'ady for delivery— price llftei'n cents 
|M>r coi>y, or i^l.ljo per dozen. These rules po into 
etlect on the lir.-.t of Septeiiilxr, and will have all 
the authority and force of law. Kvery lan-y.-r in 
the state iuu>t have a oe.y. Keuiittai: :es laay be 
made iu bank notes or postage sUtni')?. 

OUR iiou.sk, rmiiu .STKKi:T,or«)siTB 

Ai:.Moi:v II.VM., H. F. i:. Vnr, I'lMi'UiLTi.i:.— 
This old established house i> in full ofwration, 
and i.s prepared to furnish meals at all hours of 
the day or night. Tho bar is KU^pli»^I with the 
very be.st li(|!:or.s. The lard.T is ulway.i fell. Oys- 
ters at JJ and .iO cents per dozen. Hot Colfee, 
ateaki", &c., ic. Give me a call. 
feb.f.-dly H. F. K. VITT. 

Land Wauh.^mh, j/alf Itreed and Uevolu 
tionary Scrii>— all sizes— prin-F. 

Irm ■itumr<oy! nitos. 

FnKsii OvsTKits— .Jusi received, and will be 
received daily. Also, Itoiled Chicken, .Steaks, 
Ve.il Cutlets, Ham and Kggs, served nii in the 
best manner. Liquors and Wines of all kinils. At 
the Uld Xapoii'on Uestaur.int, ojipositc \\,-' Anic- 

Oft3 U0U8e. 
•16-Sm F. X. HKIT/.. IVoprietor. 



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IIJA BIDWELL, Mortgigee. 
Dvviii .'5AN10UI), Attorney for Mortgagee, St. 
Af|Br the presentation ceremonies were Paul, Minnesota. tUde4>i-ow 



l)tiring the day, ("ol. Carlin's brigade 
of (ien. Jeir. C. Davis' division, Ale- 
Cook's «-or|)s, had some lively skirmi.shing 
and the lulst Ohio galLantly charged ami 
captured one gun and a caisson from a 
(Jeorgia battery. We lost only two 
kilh'd and three or four wounded. 

The enemy were driven back at all 
points, and at dark we occupied Nolins- 
ville and Lavergne, and Thomas' corps 
moved down the Franklin and Wilson 
pikes, and all intermediate points ; Mc- 
Cook's corps moved down the Nolinsville 
fiike, and Crittenden's down the Mur- 
reesboro pike, two brigades marching to 
the left on the Jefferson pike. 

Gen. Rosecrans moved from Nashville, 
down the Murfreesboro pike, at half past 
11 o'clock A. M., and passed to McCook's 
front, his headquarters being established 
on the Murfreesboro pike, twelve miles 
from Nashville. 



"VTEW GOODS!- NEW GOODS! 

JUST RECEIVED. 

DRY GOODS AT GRE.\T BARG.MNS, 

Splendid chance to purchase Holiday Presents at 

S3XITH: Ac TAYLOR'S, 

" OHcap Oaslt Store," 

XniRD.STRKKT, XE.XT DOOR TO THE N. W. 

EXPRESS OFFICE. 

We have on hand a choice lot.of 

BALMORAL SKIRTS, 

the cheapest in the market. 

SOXTAGS, XUUIAS, UOOD.S AND SCARFS, 

In great variety of st}*s and colors. 

OUR STOCK OF DRESS GOODS 

Is unefjualled In this city, consisting in part of 

HPLKSDin FREXm MERIXOKS, 

of the best make, in all colors. 

ALL WOOL REPS. 

PLAIN AXD FIGURED UNION REP.S, 

Plain and Figured IH-Iaines, ."Hottled Cloths, Em- 
prcs« Cloths, Valencia Plaids, &c., ic. 

Besides a large variety low priced Dress Goods. 

Also cliolce patterns of Flannel .Sheetings. 

All kind* of White and Colored 

m H. A N 3Sr K T^ , 

Great Bargains in Uleached and Itrown COTTONS 
and all kinds of Domestic (ioodu, Hosiery, 

Gloves, Ladies' and Gentlemen'd 

Wrappers and Drawers, Hoop .Skirts, Corsets, &c. 

All of which we will sell 

for cash at figures to suit the cluiipst buyers. 

m~ Call and examine for yourseUes, at 

"The Cheap Cash Store " 
SMITH & TAYLOR, 

dec'ij ST. PAUL, MINN ESOTA. 



TF YOU WANT TO GET TUE 

PRETTIKST BAUOii.U SKIUT.S. 

You ever »«w, go to 

HOGAN & CAMP'S. 

If ) . ^wani to get tho 

Best Hoop Skirt, 

Vou ever had, go to 

IIOG.XN & CAMP'S. 

If jou want to get the 

HuiKlHoiticfeit l>i*e»i!i. 

In town, goto 

IIOGAN & CAMP'S. 

In fact, anything you want to huy in tli* Dry 
tjoods Line. 

H0(;AN & CAMP'S 

dec.T-tr I,* the jiiace to biiy «t. 



V^ U T L E R S E M P O R I U M . 
Coole;>', Cai'vor Sc Co. 

JACK.SOJf STUEET, BETWEEN" LEVEB 
Ay.1) i IIIRD, .ST. PAUL, 
!In\ iiig Kiti'K laatXf libcr-.il addit'?ns to their large 
:uid well a.s»i>rti.-d stock of 

ITiiiie^*' Oi'ooeri©is,irru.it8, 

ii'.viti' t'.jv early alti-iitioii of .Siittlers and otliert 
.•;''i''Ki iig A niiy.Suiiplies, to their selection «f<ioods, 
which tbi'v oiliT iit closu tigurcs for Cash or Gov- 
t-rumeut Vouchers : 

C.Tiinetl Fruit.**. 

PI" ACi: ES 500 dozen, fresh and line. 

K A.Sl'i'.KIMtlE.s L'ou do do do 

hl-.\( KBKUlllK.S V(K> do do do 

CHKKK'IK.s -zw do do do 

W HOKTLEBEUKIES .:!(iO do do do 

"FovGisjx ITruits. 

UALSIX.*!, (Layer & M. U.)— wholes, lialves&qrB. 
CUUUA.NT.*^ — fii'sli and good. 

PRUNES — ki'gs and jars. 

I'LU.M.S— French. 

DATES. 



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A N T & F R E E M A N , 



ATTOKXEV!* & C0UXSELLOR.S AT LAW, 
Ollicu iu JlcClung's (Phaiiix) Block, corner ol 

Thinl aud Wabashuw-sts., 
S T . P A i: L, M i X X K.S O T A , 

Will practice in all the .State aiidF'di ral Court*. 
Money loaiifd on good >ecurity. 
«*'".S;-'ecial attention i>aid to eolli'cting. 
w.ii.oK.\M'. dec.;-4mos J. ll. tiilCEIMA.y. 



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SPENCER, 



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^""oljiicfow. 



100,<X>0— embracing large variety, and including 
some choice and popular brands. 



250 P:irkages. including assortnd grades — Plug, 
Fini' <;iit Chew iiig, Smoking, Billy Bowlegs, 
MeiTsdiauui, Kiiinikiuick, ix., &c. 

0.v«ter.s and Sardines. 

A full line favorite brands ; also, LOBSTER."*, 
SALMON, HALIBUT, IIERKIXG, &C., &c. 

Brandies, 'V\''iiie.«i, 23oixrL>on. 

WTii-iUy, Acc. 
.\. large variety, including some fine Old Uran- 
iIk-s aud Whiskys, (bottledj, which we can coBfi- 
<J<»utly reconiiiieiid as very suiK'iior. Also, 

liiiiger Wine, 
<jiiig''r Brandy, 
Pruch Braudy, 



IJlackberry Brandy, 
Apple Brandy, 
Cherry Brandy. 



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WATSON WEBB. JR., 



(Succe-sor to Wiilter W. AVel,!).) 
WIIOLESALK OK.VLKK IS 

KOUEKJN WINES A: LI(iU()HS AND 

OLD BOUUnOX AND KVE WULSKY. 
jail I t f Sill L i: Y Ii 1. Oi K, Til in I)- V T. 



Confbetioiierv'. 

Fig Pa.«te, a-sorted Ondies, Gum Drops, Lea 
euges. Liquorice, Spruci' tium, &c., &c. 

Nlll.M. 

A full line, including every variety. 
October 14, leOiI. 



1^ ANTED. 

3 Cabinet Makers; 2 Chair Makera; 1 C^ood 
Chair Painter, at tlie 

Hasstinas Steam Sash and Fur*- 
niture factory. 

Also, for sale, a 

POKTAbLK STEAM ENGINE k BOILEK, 

Cylinder 8 inch bore, and 14 inch stroke. 
«5-U' HEKZOG tt. CORSON. Uastinjr*. 



Dentist, 23 Years, 
MIXXE.\POLIS, MIXXESOTA 

As far as I know, my terms for practice will ba 
the unual fees of Dentists of this State. 

1 insert ARTIFICIAL PIVOT TEETH, whicli 
are healthier, cheapi-r, luorebi-autiful aud durublo 
than teeth set on plate. 

Pivot Tkkth DO not Pkevkxt thk T.vsrixo 
OK Food— Pl.\tk Tkkth do. 
I so stop decayed places in the crowns of Teeth 
(elegantly,) as to last the life of the patient. 
4W Gousultatious without charger. 

a21-Cm 

Tj^ R I E N D S A N D PATPcONS : 

Our Stock is now complete, embracing ALL 
HAT IS XEW IX 

IVlilliiierv E)i*y Ooods, 

and LADIES' FURXISHIXU and FANCY AR- 
TICLES. Our Freueh Hats an- quite jiretty ; iu 
Felt , Beaver aud Plush, we have the latest dcMgn.-. 
We have Millinery articles by the >iuaiitit\, to 
suit the iradc. Iu Shawls, Cloaks and Cloaking, 
we have a large supply — we have twi-nty ditierent 
patterns; one is the MeCli'Uan — the jiatti-rn cost 
$'.•0 in Pari.". Al.-^o, tin; tiothic and Excidsier 
Cloaks, so much admired in high circle.-. East. 
Our slock is large in Xubiu.", Hoods, .>»oiil:i{.'.-, 
French Opera llood^•, /.eph\r Wor.-*tid Wool, 
Varus, Hosiery, Gloves, Vliiibroideiii'S, Whili< 
Goods, &c., &c. Dri-.<.-. (iood.", Buliuoial and Hoop 
.Skirts, by the quantitv. Five liozeii Wintt-r 
.Shawls, that must be sold, with almost I'very arti- 
cle wanted in the housekeeping lim-. Wo solicit 
an early call. UespectiuUv yours, 

MltS. "J. .1. DUGAX, 
Below Day & Jenks' Drug Store, Third Street 
where the wax lady is iu tin* window. ovfO-if 

M. N. KELLOGG, 

WHOLESAI.B AND KKTAIL DKALEE IS 

TOYS, 

Apples, Quinces, Chestnuts, 

LEMONS & CONFECTIONERY. 

Children's CABS — every variety; Egg, Lemon, 
Ginger, Boston and Soda CRACKERS: Travel- 
ing, School and Work BASKETS; MAPLE SU- 
GAR; Fresh CAXDIES from Xew York--aUo 




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llu' (ireat Western String Band (formerly Wag- 
ner's Band) is again prepared tor the winter »«»- 
son, niiil oiler their service to the public generallv 
lor BalLs, Parties Concerts, etc., »•«€., at llbi'ral 
rates. Parties wishing good music aud caliiug 
will jilease aijdress the undersigned. 

Orders for the Uaud may also l)e leftat 3Iuu9»'i( 
Music Store. 

GEORGE SEIBERT, 

Residence on Tenth street, north of Jacksoi>-flf., 
next door to tlw Scandiuavian Church. dec2-lT» 



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CAllRIAGE MANUFACTURERS, 

CORKKi; OK KIKTU AM> KOIIKRT STREETS, Sr 
PAUL, MINNESOTA. 



Received on consignment and to be closed out 
at once — notwithstauiliiig an advancing market 
— a,(XX)lbs. Tobacco (11 to U) ) 

L. B. & C. GREKi, 

dec'21-2w corner Sibley and Third-st. 

Vy" -^ ^^ TED. 

A (;OOD GIRL, to do the work of n small fiiiii- 
ilv. To one fonip.'tect, good wages will In- given. 
Apply at this olHce. de(;ji-lw 

r\ W. WOOL LEY', 

LOWER LEVEE, SAIXT PAUL, 

AND 

Oontn&issiou 3Xcx*eliaiit, 

DEALKU I.N GHOCKKIKS 
GRAIN, PHOVISIOXS, LIME, &C., fcC, &C. |l 

AND 
A O K X T FOR T II K 

PENNSYLV^VNIA RAILROAD AX J) 

CONNECTIONS. 

Contracts for transportation between St. Paul, 
Boston, X'.'w EnglHiid, Jlontreal, New York and 
all points East, made upon the lowest and most 
favorable teriii^. 
Mark packages, "C. W. WOOLLF.Y, 

St. PAirL, 
janl-dly For 

JOSEPH L E W 1 S 

Real Estate Agent, Notary Public and Convey- 
encer, Cotnmi.ssioner of Deeds for the States ol 
XewiVork, Peunsylvanla, Massachusetts, Ohio, 
and Vermont. Collections made— Taxes paid 
for non residents. House rented. 

Office Third Street, Irvine's Block. 

Reference. Hon. Ai.k.x. RA.MSKr. JylO-dly 

A LARGE DW/ilLLING, 

Xear the residence of (Jov. Ram.«ey, on the 
banks of the Mississippi, in a locality at oucecen 
tral and retired. 

IlEXRY McKEXTV, 

Dealer in Real EsUte. 
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We are prcpsw*<J to manufacture to order »11 
kind.'« U" BVuiiiKs, cf ttkus, lumber wagons, 
fc:xi'iti:.*i«i .\.\D Gi:o(;Kt;v wagons, con(;ori> 
ii.vcKs and .STAGE 8Leic;hs, of the best quality, 
and hitesl pattern, aud of Kasteru stock, which 
enables us to warrant them in ev-ry particular. 
Also all kinds of repairing promptly aud faithful 
ly e.\ecuted on the most reasonable terma. 

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TNDLVN WAR IMPLEMENTS. 

The undcrsigaed are Agents for 

BALLARD'S CELEBRATED 

Breech. Ijoadinc A.vm.-y Carbines, 

The most perfect and most coii»«>nient breech 
loading gkn in use. Orders received at our office 
where a Sample may be seen. 
R'J-tf J. C. BURBANK & CO 



URNITURE. 



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GOOD COLLATERAL SECURITY UF.quIRED 
II. E. BAKER & CO., Auctioneers, 
On Third-st., second door from .lackson-st. 
Jan4 St. Paul, Minnesota. 



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ARINE BANK 



.. 18W, at over 530,(n)0,OUO. 4'^ muis 

eviedon^id basis 'will yield $135,000 OD. j five huiulred will require support during | der that the evidence may be perfectly digest- 1 sers. 



Organized under the General Banking j^^w of 
MinnefMa. 

O.B.TURRELL, Cashier. C.K.WELLS.Pres't. 
«rOfflc« in Coulter's Block, Jackson street. 
St. Paul. decic.:jm 



O A L M O P. A L SKI Pw T S , 

Balinoi'al Skii'ts, 
SILK SI n 1 V E J) . 

The choicest selection of 

BALMORAL SKIRTS, 

Ever brought to the city, Just received by E.v- 
press. .\lso a splendid line of 

"Bi'adley\-5 Hoop Slvirts," 

Including the favorite brands "Pride of the 
World," "Favorite Diamond," "Immovable 
Tape," Lace Gore, and a great variety of other 
styles, at 
declir-tf UO€iA:%- Ot C-AmP'M. 



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EWSON'S COMO SKATING 

PARK. 
TWO MILES AND A HALF FROM ST. PAUL. 
m- Park kept in good condition for Skalln" 
Refreshments furnished when ordered. jan4 

I tueroot, suau lk; 



JOHN l?RI>tROSK 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 
CABINET AND CHAIR 

OF EVERY VARIETY. 

Keeps constantly on hand a complete assort- 
men I of 

PARLOR, 

CHAMBER, 

DINIXG-ROOM 

yXJRNITURK, 

OF ALL STYLES, AND OF SUPERIOR WORK- 
MAN.SHir. 

Most of my Furniture is of my own manufac- 
ture, -made of thoroughly seasoned material and 
eijual to the best there is' made in the U. S. A. 

Asa nimble sixpenci! is always bettor than a 
kIow shiliiig, 1 am determined to sell a very light 
dhadc above cost. Evi'rvbody is respectfully in- 
vited to give me a call before purchasing. 

♦g-REAIEMBER PLACE: Stone BuUd- 

ing— Third Street— above the Bridge St. I'aul 
Minn. )an'24dly 



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Is on hand with his usual large 

VARIETY OF BOOKS 

AXDGOODS SUITABLE for the HOLIDAYS. 

The Public are invited to examine his Stock 
which is now open forin-tpection, at his 

BOOK & STATIONERY EMPORIUAf, 

lUliird-St., St. Paul. dech-J 



TUB Bb'S r CIGARS IN THE CITT. 

«4 M. X. KKLIX>GG. 

rpAX DEEDS. 

THE PRESS PRIXTIXG COMPAXY 
Have now on hand the latest ana best form of 
tax deeds. It is suitable for sales under the sev- 
eral acts of the Legislature, and in conformity 
with all their requisitions, and is prepared \ij ute 
State authorities 
Price 50 cent* per dozen, or |t.^ per hundred. 

TO EXCHANGE FOR REAL ES- 
TATE. 
i^i.^JkWO in Goods at Xew York prices, con- 
sisting of Hats, Cajis. Raw Horn Combs, Ready 
Made clothing, and Jewelry, is ofleredfor improv- 
ed or unimproved Lands iu this or the adjoining 
counties, also city proj>erty in St. Paul. 
deCO-tf IRA BlUWELT. 



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BOOKS. 



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GIVE DAVEXPORT A CALL. 

Great assortment of 

Rhotograpliic Albums. 
ANNUALS. 

JUVEXILE BOOKS. CIIILUREX'S BLOCKS. 

Dis.sected Ricture.s. 
PORTFOLIOS^ 

GA3IES OF ALL KINDS. 

TOY BOOKS. 

Ev«rything in his line. 

DAVENPORT HAS GOT 'EM. 

dec20 



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AILROAI) TIES WANTED. 



Tho undersigned will purcftai»» 

itir5,ooo 

OAK, NORWAY PIXE OR TAMARAnc 

Sawed or Hewed, in lots large or small as mav" 
suit the party proposing to furnish. To l>e s feet 
long, t> inches thick, average 7 inch faces, deliver- 
ered from 1st of .May to 1st of ,liilv, ISHJ, on Ihe 
line of the Railroad at any rwint from St. Paul to 
St. Cloud. 

CASH PAID FOR SAME. 

For any further information apply personally 
or bv letter to 

WM. B. LITCHFIELD & CO.. 
declS-t janl .st. Paul. 



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ICE OF DISSOLUTION. 



The firm of Cooler, Tower & Co., Saint Paul, is 
tiissolved by mutual consent. M. C. Cooley hav- 
ing purchas'ed the interest ofG. F. & R. E. Tower, 
the bnsinej^s will be eoutiiiued. as heretofore, un- 
der the iKinie aud style of Cooh'y, Carver tt, Co., 
who assume all the' liabilities a'nd adjust all the 
tiusettled business of tliv late tlrm. 

MARTIX C. COOLEY, 
(iEORIiE F. TOWER, 
KIFUS E. TOWER. 
;aint Paul, December 1st, l.stJ2. 



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Referring lo the above, we take pleasure in 
tendering thanks to our friends for past favors, 
and with renewed assurances of our best per.sonal 
attention to their interests, we invite their con- 
tinuance, conlident that with undiminished facili- 
ties, we can serve them acceptably. 
Very respectfully, 

nov30 COOLEY, CARVER h CO. 



RUCTION SALE. 

AD.ifTAXT General's Ofkici':, { 
St. Pai I., Dec. -"Vth, 1802. { 

Will be sold at l>ublic Auction, on FRIDAY 
the ilth of January, IMxl, at 10 o'clock, the fol- 
lowing named property : 

42 Horses. 

^s Double Wagons, parts ol which are broken 
and missing. 

1 Express Wagon, on Springs. 

1 Siugle Wagon. 

A lot of old Harnesses. 

A lot of old Saddles. 

A lot of Xeck Yokes, Chains and Collars. 

ihe above named property was impressed Into 
the service of the State, at the commencement 
of the Indian War, up the Minnesota Valley, and 
has not been claimed by persons owning the same, 
and will be sold without reserve, to the highest 
bidder, for cash dowu, at Berkey's stable, Eagle 
street. 

By order of the Quartermaster General. 
WILLIAM M. KIMBALL, 

deeno-td for the State. 



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The undersigned having been appointed sole 
Agent for the sale of 

LYOX'S PURE OHIO CATAWBA BRAXDY 

For the State of Minnesota, calls the attention of 
Physicians and the public to its medicinal quali- 
ties. 

WALTER W. WEBB. 
St. Pau'. .TnlT ««. IWa. \yV- «1Hi) 



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VANDERVOORT, DICRERSON k CO., 

I.MI'0KTER8 of 

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VOI^UAtK III. 

OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE STATE 

tir I'H* p\I>-r liari a Iur;.'<"r Duily, Tri-Wc.-VV 
anl \V.m!.1> i-irin!;ifu>n limn iiny otlii-r in Hiniic- 
«i:a,:lui:-:luT.t..ro i)r.-s.>iit.s i.-aliic-miMi!.-! to a..l- 
verti-r;' nl.ic'n -'vy will not liml I'Newh.n'. 

sr. lALl., 1 KIDAY. JANUAUY '.». 

•Wn E»SlB\rKn«4.-W»' want u f««M 
iiiorf firvf-daii <-oi:i|»<>»itoi«. To 
nucli a» ai«' fuS!.* loniiM'l*""*. »«* »»•' 
P.S.V tliirfr <viit« J»«-T (liuusaiiil. XoiM" 

T:;:: DrMorit.vru- Fi-*riv.M,.— Wo 
liavv.^ i>ri.j>:irv I a pi-i'tty fiili in-i-outit oi th ■ 
il^ocOl;.l^il^':i ;U the DcmjiTuUi- Festlvai 
last oveniiii;. but the hirge drau;;ht ui)on 
our r.hims t>> i^ot in thi- tfU'graph news 
li.i.-i vompclh-'l wi to ih'fT thf i>iil)i;L-;\lian 
till any I her uay. 



SA.IiSrT I*^UL, yKTi:)A.Y, J-A^^^Tr^VHY <), 1868. 



NUMBER 7 



Logislature of Minnesota.! BY TELEGRAPH. 



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ST. I'aii., JaiiUiiry S, ISiiS. 

S<<rtat.' iii'^t |Hii-suuiit to ailjoiiriiiii'-iit, ami 
lU.il ti orilcr l>y tho I'rt-iil.'ui inoti),!, 



OUR SPECIAL DISPATCHES 

% lA CIlKCACiO. 



Til 
Hon. 11. .V. s.vilt. 



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:VE1V.<« OF TllK .^0».lilX«. 

A .special ais;nit.h to the ri:r.-.-. Irom 
llemphi.. xl:i. ('hiea-.>. f,'ives a more 
satlslaet. ly :u-. ou-.-.t of Sli.Ttsuin'.-* move- 
ment ! . i :> V ;rk.sbiir^:r. than yesterday. 
Alter having j:;ai!uil a portion ot the en- 
viiiy':> works he Las It en eomp-lle.l t> 
tall baek to Lis first lui.- of e:it:eneh- 
ments, where he awaits reiiiforeem'iir.s. 

It will Le seen that the Kiehiaon<l pa- 

jier-^. %vlii!t> elaiiiiiii'; a vi' t.n at \ iek-«- 

1)1.:-, a. !.: o\vleil;j;e a tie! at at Murlrees- 

loro, plaeinj? fa->t Tenmssr- i;) p.><s..s- 

sion ol the FeJ.ral (Jovernm -..t. 

(ien. Bittler. who ha.s -aiiu-.l a si^rnal 
triumph l»y thi- ileeisjon of th-; Fren.-h 
Miiilsi.)-. in re-anl to the C'aiuse.l at N\mv 
Orleans will soon !'e as i.-nrl an impor- 
ti'nt < uu:iiurt«l. 

S.nat r Ki' e has itifrodneetl a bJl, 
atitliori/iivu; ihf Treasurer to pay all tin- 
costs aii'l eluu-fi^es ineiinetl by Minnesota, 
in tliesuppn -^ion of In^lian Lostilties. 

Th' Committee of Ways and Means 
ban introhiee.l a bill for tli«' .sni>port c«l 
til,- (..)\ernment. whivh will justly eom- 
m.v.\A th ■ p-.-otoiml attention offmaueier- 
and e.;pi*:i!i-'s. 

(i.N.rniT Sivinonr's me.ssa;^e, wh:l' 
elainiluL; to be L)val, and ur;:in- the sup- 
port of the GovernmviU. sniails ul the 
extreme Srr.t ■>* ri'jht doetrine promul^ral- 
ed in >Io.;-'. i ,i."liaa thirty years a.c;u. 

Tlie rnni.jr> in le.ir tH.-patrln's from 
Xexv York ot ehaii^CLS in the Cabinet and 
in the fi-'ld ne.-d oo!tfn"nati.->n. 
3no»x*Tni:ua'rAi»i»nECi.iTE». 

From the mnltifarious duties and rc- 
aponsibilities imposfd upon the editor <-•! 
this pap- r by his amiable n»i;:hbcrs— tl.i' 
numerous L'ood things attributed to him — 
the diversity ci the eharacter.^ and the ex- 
treme heaviness ni the part.s assigned him 
on cverv stage ot every possible Itterary, 
pollticxl and otlL-ial theatre, and his re- 
jnarkable sueeess in caeli — he is rapidly 
coming to the eoin liision that he 
J.<! a Very di-uee of a lellow. a sort >t 
Admirable Crehtou in the range of his 
endownnnts and the plaster versatility of 
bis "enins. A thousand of briek.s would 
feebly e.spress the llattering cstimatt- 
•which his editorial eotetnporaries plaee 
iipun his puwrs. He leels especially 
flattered by the delicate tribute to his 
statemanship and administrative ability 
in ve.>ieidiy"s Pioneer, and though not 
previo isly aware that he li.ul been calle<l 
upon to discharge the d.ities ol 
the State K.\ecutive, in addition to 
his otL-r nnnvrous avocations, he is res- 
trained by a high sentiment ot patriotism 
-iVom declining honors ■which, thoegh 
.|uite umxpeeted, he fe.ls are rieh- 
Jv deserved. Ho wdl t.ake uciasion to 
-2ilire->s bis acknowledgment for the hand- 
some emoluments assigned him by the 
tiuHcr, when the claim which he admits 
•to bo no moi-e than his due, is properly 
audited by Mr. Mcllrath, and j>ut in the 
i .a*g'"S»e Itjc-m of treasury scrip. 

— Louis 2sap ilt:on, remarks the Xew- 
bupvMort Ifcral'l, is tilled with unlriemlli- 
ness l;j the Unit -d States, wiiichtook him 
in when he was a 'stranger, clothed him 
when b«i was naked, and led him when ho 
was a seedy, worthless wanderer. 

— \Vc noti<-e the statement made in a 
eotemporary that, on the uceupation of 
Haton Uouge by our troops under Gen 
(irovcr on the 17th inst., several of th<- 
citizens asserted that they knew two weeks 
before tin: liatiks expedition sailed fronj 
New York that it was bound tor New- 
Orleans. If so, they certainly knew more 
than was known in t!ie Xorih. But they 
atlirmed it positively, and said that, by 
orders from Uiclimond, tlispositions li.ad 
been m.ade .accordingly. If the statement 
is a true one, it furnishes another evidence 
of the utter impossibility that a St.ate 
secret can be k<>pt trom the enemy. 

— Tlierc i-i one test of unconditional 
loyalty that mver fails : When yon lind a 
Uian so Intent on finding fault with the 
l'>i/(rl (iovernment that he has no waste 
wrath to bestow on a conspiracy to break 
up th- I'nlor and destroy the Uepublle, 
set hiui down as a doubtful patriot. No 
man, v,ho^e heart is in the right place, 
will permit his Lostility to be diverted 

■from the rebellion to those who are light- 
ing it. He wh) thinks it a greater crime 

'to arrest a babbler of disloyal sentiments 
without "due ]>rocess of law" than to 
strike down the lUg of bis country, will 
• bear vigorous watching. 

— A London letter says that LI.,!). Rus- 
sell, the Timet' lirst eorre!'i>ondent in this 
country, is publicly defending the North- 
virn army against tlie charges of stui)idity, 
inhumanity, «S:c., brought against it by 
•one Colonel MeMurdo. Air. Uu.ssell al- 
so goes so far as to defend General Me- 
!Oo weirs conduct at tbb battle of Bull 
Hun. 



fiOV. SEYMOUR'S MESSAGE. 

Mr. lli:.\li>\ intnxlm-.'il a lijU f.ir :>.u mM to - — 

auuMid :iii :i('t to ri'jfiilate eld-lion- hi tlii-i >!:it'-, I 

:\i..Itoivai40i l!i.' -iv.Tal aotsrvl;ilili-t!l.i.'!o. to I THE UNION AS IT WAS 
oiu- ati. I 

Ml.' I>i!l w:n orUi'rctt prhili*<l ami r.':"(-rr.»«l to n 

sin'ii.il f iiiii;itti-i- ot* two, voii«i>iiii^ iii'.Mi s»r-, 

lii'utonaml .Moi>ri>. 



AND SO FORTH. 



\ol-|( 

.Mr. Sim. .oil 
till- t'-riii lot Ii 
Kariluult a:i i iiroMu 



or Bii.i.s. 



;;Min:v ;:;;;?,'; h:''tl;'!'o!:un!^^::^ Latest news irom vicksburg 



:lii(l to ultiU'li t'.ii- <'ouiili>--< I 



of ('otion«( I'.t mill Murray to tli'- t-ounty o.' 
llriiwn ti>rj-.i lii-ial i-iii[io-.is, 

.Ml. I>A.M'. iruNi' noiii'i- III' tiN inti-iition to lii- 
tri?ilui-i' a lit lor tin- ri'Iii-f of the siiilorL-r.4 iio.ii 
till- Iiiiliaii III Ksiifrc. 

.Mr. lIMAt >.N fj'iv.i uotioi> of a lut-tiiorial t.i 
<'oiisri'ss, (.-altiiit; for tin- i-arly nil<>[ili<>ii of iii'-a-- 
■.iri's fur till- r inoval ot all lii.liaii trito's now i:i 
.MiuiK--o!ii l>. yoiiii till- lioiiiiils of ill • .*>ian-. 

in;i:M.\M;NT i:i i.ks. 

.Mr. ^IIM.KU otl'iTi-il a r>-si>Iiitii>u for thi- ap- 

poiiitmuiit ol a i-oiiiiiiitli>i> of llin-.' lo iiri'iwn- 

lH>riu.iii.'iit I- ill's tor till- .'»«-iiat»'. .\iloi»:i-.l -.iii'l 

.Mi'-»r^. .Milli r, Nash ami l>aily wi-n- ttiipoiiitjil. 

.\i;'v>rAei.i:s fdk .mi..mi;i;i:s. 

Mr. .s^KK o"".'ri'il a ri'.<oliitioa iliri'i-tiiij; tin" .-••'• 
cri-tary to sul'si-iilu- for »nu-li ineiulx-r •Mf\ ullii-T 
of till- ^I'uati- liir iL.ilv lu-v. .-j>.i|R'r> or tiii-in'i'ii^ - 
all-lit In wi-i-klii-s, ut tin- i-.\pi-n.s.- of tin- .stnti-. 

rill- resoUi lion ((UM- tIm- to •»oniL' iiv,'b;.i>-, aiul 
was tluu lo-; b\ ;i vo;-- ot .' lo II. 



ii«n -J!'. i>F i:i:iM:i>i:NTATivK.-i. 

The Hoii-. ni.'t at I" u\!cck. I'niyir bv tli • 
riiaiil.tii:. 

<i>ni :; >>f iiii.' s. t.xe. 

Wy Mr. U t llAltOsoX. of a hCI fonppoii.r 
I 'i>niiiii--|tni. rs t.i ii'-iiir\.'v- iln- tiraliaiii"s i'.iini 
aiiil >iiii"ri'>r rnail. 

lly Mr. rule I Kit, «)f .n inciimrial for tin- n-- 
inov.il of till- VViuni'l>jj:o Imllai..^. 

15. .Mr. >lt Ui: \V, ifabiUt.. anient t!ic pilar- 
is' .• of tin- '-il • of M. I'llll. 

I5v >lr. !! ,\ \ l'.^, if a bill to nminil tlin .•:i:ir:'r 
of til.- '-itv «i! Iliotiii;.'-. 

I'.v Ml-.' i;iritAi:i».-i»\. (f .-^ lill ?.» nnn>i».l 
-t-Ltioii iho I r i-huT'ti-r li^htc. ii cf tl.c l.4-ii.;':l.-.l 
Staiiili'-, 

r.v <Ir. .<1.\ . i.f a b::i to smmt 'rt.!;-.! .-L- tioii- 
of llii- v-^i"-' 'w^v. 

Tl r. ii>M>MXi;i> IM>I v\s. 

.Mr. l\II>lir.;; iutro<1tiCPil a iin^innrlal to thf- 
rr«'sjdi.;it iif 111 I'lilti-'l St.itt-- f .r li;.- i'\.'.-iilioii 
of till' iMinb-i t"<l liiiliaii< now in r >ufiii<'itli-iit :•• 
Maukato. \\lii-!i was n-aii b\ ilu- C ioiL «iii| o;- 
ileri'J ininli'il. 

f\rr.i;s von aikmiikks. 

>ry Mr. M-r.KArJf, fhnt tli.' riib'f il,-rk i • 
iliroi-ti-'l ti> > il'«i-iiti,- for i!ir.-i- il.iih |>i;.>''r> iT 
tli.'ir Oi|'.iivil 'lit ill w.'i-kiii--', for tin- i.iVnil'*.-. 
::n't oIlioiTS m' tlio Mou^i'. A.li>;it •!. 

MiS( ii.i. ANi:«ir i it(:s<>i.irii)\s. 
Ity Mr. ICHH.\lM)>OX. for a nuiii'iitt'o ..i 
tliri-i' loa-oi'i tain ilif ii>.!inli>-r of iii!!i-s irivcli- 1 
b> fiuli nuiiil r. 'I l:(.'>iir:i!;i'ra|>{K>iui''iJ il'-s-sr-. 
Kk-tia.-il-ou, '*Io-.iUoa, an.I Mi;clit-lt. 

eilLMANKM KII.V.s. 

.Mr. 1 II ATi IIKII, fronitlii'toniniiMi..' on l'.;- 
maii'-nt Iti'b'-. iciorti-il in t.iM.r of tliv r.'Io-'tio:i 
of til'- l.«-t H"ii-<'. with a .-li'jlit \-.\i-e|.tiou. 
THK .sl\Tli>.Ni;UV vfL'K.-,T10-\. 

Tb ' molutioi of .Mr. Kiirbor, fir tho issuing 
of S!.. f.)r ■<i:nii.n'>r^-, f.ir tin- usi- of lufia'jcr-, v ;. • 
cilli-il from til' tiib »*. 

.Mr. ttii II \K!»i».\ inovtit lonincnd Ii> ull.iv.- 
iiiu tli.-oilici'i • a • Will a* tln.'nuiiil>.'r; i-.-it ilk-ate.-, 
wiiich wa-. a. i>i>ki'>l. 

till' re^olu ill!! wa« then aiioiitcJ, by yt-a-; •.-;. 
nai" 1 !. 

I'll'.' ttoiis,' ili.'i: a/Jijuriu-J. 



Ci'rnrrul II«rron. 

To t'l.' F. ".itD! of th" .-St. fa-.il fr. - j : 

1>::ai: ."^it: — I take the liberty of cor- 
recting the sketch in the PltLss of the 
7th. of (Jciieral Herron. who lately dis- 
tingulsheil lilinsell by his exploit in Ar- 
kank.sas. 

Gen. Ile'Ton is a son of Col. .Tohn 
Herron, ol Tittsburg, Tennsylvania, ai-.d 
for some ti ne was a banker in Dubu'pie. 
Iowa. At the beginning of the war he 
was amongst the tirst to olii-r his sc^^Ices 
and that of his company, the "(iovcinor's 
Greys," to tlie Government. His com- 
pany was a<'cepted, and was cii'.iipany I 
i)f tlie lit r 'giment lo-.-.-a volunteers. 

For gall.inf co.iduct at tlie battle ol 
Siiringllell. under (i.n. Lyon, he w.is 
apjioiiitf-d j.ieutenant Colonel of the I'th 
Iowa Vul"', Col. Vandcvcr. He wiis 
made IJi-igadler General for distinguished 
services at he battle of Tea liidge, where 
he was woi:ndeil and taken [)risoin-r. In 
that engagement. Gen. Herron was in 
command if the 'Jth Iowa, Col. Vandever 
being in eoninand of a brigaib'. ami with 
it alone hei 1 back for hours a much larger 
force of the enemy, until re-inforced, and 
thereby deleated the intention of the en- 
emy to out lank Gen- Curtis' army, lb- 
lost about iiall his regiment in the engage - 
ment. 

Gen. HciTon is, I (Link, the youngest 
(Jeneral in the service, being under tweti- 
ty-seven years ot age. He is of line sol- 
dierly and commanding appearance ; he 
is a man opeiihearted, and generous as he 
is brave, heartily devoted to the ciuse ol 
his country , and believes in putting down 
the rebellicii by every means witiiin the 
powi-r of the Government. He brings 
to its siifviee all the ipralitles of an able 
General. 

Yours, W. 

.JaNCAKV ^ ISiV.. 

- — »-».^..^ - — 

IVtanyrr «»f ■■(m vntioa Ujr Wr»ucr>. 

A letter from the Paris correspondent 
of the Independence Bel;!*; desrrilie.s th«; 
iiipression produced in the French capi- 
tal by the -eei-ptlon given in Amcriia to 
the peace proposition by Napoleon. 
That jmpn-ssion isthat there is danger to 
France in the wind. The correspondent 
says, allui ing to one American p.tper : 

'-.\ .loiini: I of the ropiibllran party iliiplay:" ii«- 
tuni.'<hint; vip;or. It talk.s of nothing le.xs th.iii 
rtia-larin;? wr upon France ami hi-r ac -oniiili.-i'. 
Kii;.'laiiil. Ii> it-i ('xullation t!ii^ i«?n'ri« b-i awai 
b\- .■^iraiiire iluiioiis; th'- foriiiiilib!.' ii'Lirrel of 
North nml .'oiith is iiotliiaif bnt a |i-tty ■li<in(!rei'- 
lui'iit, r-aily to i,'i>i' plac to the ino-t ei>,-iii.!l 
unanimity a faiiirit the preteiisiniis of ihe foreign- 
er. The pn lest al-o for replvin^ to a p.-i-iiie 
propieiition hi/ tl dri'l.int!l-'ii ti/iC'ir in <-;.».7y /.• 
Of htunri. 1 ortv thou.saii'l men ar" to be -eia 
nmli-r Kiiiik ■ to rexi-. Tlieii l'r''->iili'nt l.iiiioln 
fiiiptoi/iiifi i ttirveitlii'ii tn ro'intrrift iiit'rr<ii- 
tl'tii, tritl i>r>)i)tiir It) FriiiiCf mydiuliiin h.-ticrfii 
h'T iiml Mc 'i-o: if Frauce rr/u.-'e.-i, l'iiitl:.i'tri>^>;t.i 
icil'. j'liitth'ie of Jiuirf:. riie eiul of a!l this i.« 
to be the ae [iiisition of all the Xortiierii provin- 
ces of Mexi'-o, without purchnie, fur thr Lt'tn'/ii 
ofthfr,i!tii!.->tiitf.i. All thii i-i, :if( >r nil, noth- 
iii;j but a YiliiIcw fanfaroinle. Still tin* lan^iia;;.' 
in w hicli it i* i-oiu'lieil *■■< imt tohn i.V.i/ij.*/'//, for it 
id the iiyniii on of the ili^positioni of the ai-tiial 
ni.iJor!ty of th'' .Vmerii-an fnionists, an-l ilisjilny- 
the incxplii.ible eiu'Lirra-omenti into which we 
should ca'it i-arielves if by an uilveiitiiroii- poli :v 
w.? should 11 ttempt to iiTipri'<s ilei-i>ivi' ai-lioii nii- 
oii our si-lii'ine of amicable interveutioii. No 
iloubt the Miiitl.H of many are by this time daii.i- 
cil; but the effect is already produced, and Mill 
only .ijrvjw i I tenacity,'' 

Colonel, of Missouri, wh' m the En- 
glish editcrs arc abusing as a " murder- 
er." ** baibarian," &.■.. for lunging guer- 
rillas, is 1 ot a Y'ankue, but a native of 
Halifax, Nova Scotia. 



Shcnnan fallen back to his first 
line of Entronchmcuts Await- 
ing Boinforcemcuts. 






General Gorman gone to 
Vicksburg. 



FROM CINCnTNATI. 

— * __ — 

Latest Nows from Murfroesboro. 



I >a 11 Jv .s 
Latest 



C o mi n g. 



News from 
Ireesboro. 



Mur- 



Iloo*"! a^o>^^s l,->,<>00. 



OUR FORCES INPimSUIT 
OP BRAGG. 



Bragg has gone to Chat- 
tanooga. 

LATEST NEWS FRC^IL WASH- 
LNGTON. 

K2:xiT<»n n:i< s:-M <-&.tae, uii.].. 

Cost of the Indian War to 
be paid the State. 

CATl'l'Kirs FAST TKNNK.«^SEi: 
FXPFDITIO'-. 



t.l.M INNATI,.Jon. r. 

A special dispatch from Murlreesboro, 
dated Jan. ''•th, gives additional continna- 
tioii eonoerniiig the demomlization of the 
rebel army. 

Ib'cckinruige's division was honibly 
punished. It was terribly cut to pieces. 
On Friday Breckinridge was wounded in 
tlie car. His Adjutant CJeneral was killed. 
Wounded rebel olliccrs left in the Held 
represent their loss at from 12,0(.lOto l.'»,- 

'J'he enemy's roar gu.ard was encount- 
ered on 'Sunday night by .Stanley's caval- 
ry, who fell upon them with fury. 

The rebels retreated •with the loss of 
thirty men. 

A negro heard (Jen. Hragg say that he 

should go tu Chattanooga. 

Ci.Ncisx.VTi, Jan. r. 
Carter arrived .at M.inchester yesterday 
from K.ast Tennessee. The result of the 
expedition was the destruction of two 
important bridges — the killing, wounding 
and capturing of o.'iO n-bcls — the taking 
of Too stands ol' arms, and a large amonnt 
ol llonr, salt and other stores. 



LATEST NEWS. 

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13^ Telegraph- 



OUIl ASSOCIATED PRESS PISrATCIIES. 

NEWS FROM RICHMOND 
PAPERS. 



News and Rumors 
New York. 



from 



A Victory Claimed at Vioksbiu^f. 

A Defeat at Murfroesboro 
Acknowledged. 

SERXOVS XIAII.ll0.in.tCCI»E^T 



GEN. HOOKER TO SUCCEED 
BURNSLDE. 

Admiral Porter's Report. 

Anticipated Change in the War 
Department. 



Prom Washington. 
TIIK LOSS OF THE MOXIToU! 



Cause and Incidrnta of tko Diaaater.> 



General 



Ewell's Report 
Chattanooga. 



from 



A Movement Against Wilmington. 



I'EDEU.VL OFFICERS IN SOLIT.VRY CON- 
FINEMENT AT RICIIMO.NJX 

W.\sniN<;Tox, .Inmiarj- 7. 
The Richmond pajiers of Monil.ay have 

the following disjiateh : 

IVicKsurui;, .'an.'.;. 



A brisk skirmish took j)lace at Watoga 1 lion. .!. S. S-pddon, .Secretary of War 
bridge, and another at .lonesville. We 
lost bnt ten men in all. 

X.vsnvil.l.K, .tan. 7. 

The rebel (len. llains was buried hen- 
to-day. Xo demonstration was allowed. 

FROM MEMPHIS. 
Details of the Vicksburg Battle. 



FROM NEW 

Spuria! IiUjx i\-b ill 



YORE. 

• ^[. PiiitJ Vrfs*. 
\:.w YoiiK, January 7. 

Governor Seymour's message eonctulw? 
the Sovereignty of States, except n<i biE- 
itcd by the constitution ; and the right.s ol 
States must be held .«acrrd. The .Slat** 
can takt; away or add to the jiov.er ot tle 
gener.vl govennnenl, but th\- general gov- 
ernment can in no way touch one right *'i 
States or invade their jurisdii-lion. He 
protests against arliitrary arrests, and 
dojirceates the e.xistenve of martLallaw at 
tiie Nortli. Martial law defines itsi-lf to 
be law where war exists, and ni-t over 
peaeelul St.atcs 

He considers tJie President's ]»roelanir- 
tion UMconstitnuonal, unjust and itnpoli- 
tie. He thinks it will be mlsconstrueil 
by the -world ns an abatidonment of the 
hope of restoring the Union. He says 
we must liot only .-nipport the constitu- 
tion and maintain the rights of Stati-s, 
but re.-tore the Union as it was before the ' 
outbreak. 

He says It is a ."uggcstivelact. alTording 
hope' lor t'le future, tli.at the theories 
which ha\e exercised an evil intluetue on 
our n;»lIonal jioiiilcs did n^t originatw in 
the heart of the Union — llit! Central and 
Western States. He .'ays no e.-ctreme 
views will ever prevail. The (entril and 
Western States will vt-jeet them. Our 
Union niiist be restored complete in all 
its ]iarts. He concludes by .-.'.ying i>ur 
armies in the liehl must Ihj .supporteil : all 
the constitutional demand.^ ot our'general 
govet nment mn.it be promptly resjiond- 
ed to. 

Under no oircumstance.-* can a division 
of the Union be conceded. We will put 
forth every exertion in our power — we 
will use every policy of conciliation, and 
hold out every Inducement to the people 
of the South to return to their allegiance, 
consistent with honor. 

FROM WASHINGTON. 

Special IHspotch tofhe Sai»: I'm-l I'reo. 

\V.'..<;!i\f.ro.v, .;jf». 7. 

Mr. Wilson in the Senate, reported )>ack 
the bill in relation to bounties, and it was 
passed. 

Senator lliee Introduced a bill anthor- 



MnMPHls, Jnn. 4. 

Advices from VIckj«burg arc to the ef- 
fect that .Sherman landed his force at tin' 
month of Old river on Saturday. The 
enemy in overwhelming numbers met him 
imtside of the entrenchments. Desperate 
fi-hting ensued. OnSatnrdav night both 
armies laid on their arms. During the 
nioht jiontoons wi-re prepared andut day- 
light the ^vbolu Feileral force crossed 
over. 

After live hours hard lighting the 8th 
Missouri took the enemy's outer works, 
nine heavy guns of the enemy conte.«tIng 
every Inch of the ground. 

The tight was continued till Monday at 
2 p. :.r., when the 4th Iowa and 13th Illi- 
nois took the works of Walnut Hill and 
f.ve guns, which were sidisetjuently re- 
taken by Piice. 

(icn. Sherman being overwhelmed 
fell back slowly on ^londay evening 
to the outer works, Intending to renew 
the light on Tuesday. He has however 
been .ompelled to fall b.ick to his lirst 
line of entrenchments. Here he awaits 

roinforcements. 

MF..Mfm!«, .Jnn. •■;. 
(len. Hurlbut is.sucd an order on the 
■1th of Angu.st to resident sympathizers 
with guerrillas, thrv.at« having been made 
that the 2\Ic!n])hi9 and Charleston Kail- 
road would bi! interrupted. Every fam- 
ily and all jiersonal property between the 
Ilatehie and Coldwater rivers -will be re- 
moved it necessary, and every family ot 
doubtful loyalty sent South If the road Is 
obstructed. 



From Cairo and Below. 

Special Ditputch to llie Sa^nt Paul Pres:!. 

C.viRO, Jaauni-y r. 

Further particulars have been received 
of the battle at Vicksburg. 

The lighting on Sunday Is represented 
to have lieen desperate. 

The 4th Iowa lost G'lO killed, wounded 
and missing. 

(Jeiieral Hovey, who was sent with 
l,'M) men to execute a special ortler, has 
not yet been heard Irom, and fears lor 
for his ) safety entertained yesterd.ay are 
not le»isciied by this fact. 

Nothing has been heard from the expe- 
dition sent by Jtanks to co-optrate with 
Sh«'riuan. 

The ri'bels are reported to have re- 
ceived reinforcements Irom the Louisiana 
short'. (jeneral Joe .Johnston is com- 
manding at Vicksburg. 

It is reported t!iat General (iomian is 
evacu.ating Helena to occupy Napoleon, 
some fifty miles further down the river, 
at the month ol the Arkansas river. 

Sherman'.s loss .at Vicksl)urg is st.ited 
at from four to five thousand. 

Grant is still at Holly Springs. 

Forrest has made his escape South — 
ridding West Teniieasee of his presence. 

(ieneral Grant revokes his ord«-r for 
the suppression of the Hebrews in his 



Department. 

(•en. (ionnan with 10,0()0 troops lies 
izing the Secretary of the Treasury to [ at Helena, held there by red tape, his 
pav .Minnesota all the costs and (-bargeH i orders coming Irom Curtis and n<it from 
in.'-nrrcd in the suppression of hostilities Shennat. who needs him at Vit^k.sl.urg. 

, ^ . - , , ,,., I den. risk has embarked with his brig- 

in that 'State. It w.is referml to the Mil- j a.l.. .lown the Mississippi from Columbus 



itary Conunittee. 

I'he .Senate passed the bill forfeiting i 
the p.ay ot t)flicers of the army absent from f, 
duty over 'M d.'.y8. I 

W.vsiiixf.Tiix. .Fan.,". 

Gen. Ibttlerhas jnst achieved a di'cided 
triumph. His trouble with the French 
Consul at New Orleans was referred to 
Count Mereler, the Fnnch Mini.ster liere 
who, alter a careful examination ol all the 
facts, dei ided against his (.'onsid and re- 
called him, and appointed another man. 
It is now ascertainc'l th;tt the iiionuv re- 
stored to this dismissed Consul was after- 
wards sent to lOurope to purchase arm.* 
for the South. 

G«>n. I'liitler left to-day for New Vork. 
He will soon haveanother important com- 
mand. 

Gen. Garnet of Stuart's cavalry, a pa- 
roled prisoner of war, \va>i on the lloor 
of the House to-day, e.-icorteil by W ick- 
lille and V.al land ig ham. He was expelled 
as soon as his presence was discovered. 

Secretary Usher has written a letter to 
Senator Ilice, favoring the project of unit- 
ing the navigable waters of the Allsslssip- 
pi and the Ued lliver of the North with a 
canal oi stockwater navigation. 



I with a view, il is .said, to reinforce Sher- 
n' r man. 

< 'vino, .January 7. 

(ien. Gorman's forces at Helena have 
already embarked for Vicksburg. 

Nine thinisand of Grant'^j cavalry 
reached Vicksburg on Sunday. 

IMght mortar boats are to be sent from 
^lemphis. Th<^ crew of the lilnc Wing 
have arrived at Helena. Gorman arrested 
her captain, ])ilot and engineers. It was 
.susi)eeted that all was nDt right concern- 
ing her capture. 



The enemy, finding all his ellVirts una- 
vailing to make any inroad upon our ])o- 
sltion here, has re-entbarkcd, leaving 
a considerable (juantity ot" enlrenchiiig 
tools and other jnoperty, and appaieiitiy 
has lelmqtiished his designs upon A icks- 
bnrg. 

.I.e. j'r.Mi5i;Kr.)\. 

l.ti"itPHftiit le'iiiT.il C'uiiiiiiaiiiHiv,v 

To-day's lliehmond pajiers contain oill- 
eial dispatches from IJragg, i:i which he 
ar-knowletlges that he found onr forei-s too 
strong for him, and was compelled to fall 
b.aek to Tuliahoma. Press dispatches to 
till! lliehmond papers say he lost very 
heavily. 

liii-hmond jiapers received by General 
I)i\ at Fortress Monroe to-day admit a 
defeat sustained by P»r.'igg at I\Iiirfiees- 
Imro. and laments that the Yanke!-.-- would 
now obtain jiossession of Ka.-t Tetme.ssee, 
from vhleh ati army of i'OU.i.mjU could nut 
ilrive ns. 

(;n.\TT.\Mii)«;.\, ,ian. ::. 

Among the prisoners brought here 
within the last two days, twinty-three 
diU'erent regiments were rejiresented. 

Three cars loaded with onr woundeil 
were jerked from the track .six miles from 
liiidgeport on Friday allernoon. .Seven 
soldier.! were killed. Ihe train was com- 
ing from Murlreesboro. 

IUi.Ti5ioni:, .Ian. 8. 

The lliehmond Exaniiiicr of the (jtli has 
the following: Chattanooga .Ian. otli. 
To (Jen. Cooper — Sir: We have retired 
trom !Miirli-eesboro in perfect order. All 
our stores are saved. About 4,'JOO Fed- 
erals, ;'),OUU stand of arms, and 2\ pieces 
of cannon have been caiitnred by us. 
We have alreadv arrived here. 

(.Signed) ' Ji.s. F.n-j:i.L. 

Bragg has f.allen back to Shelbyville. 
The Federals after iheir reverses are 
strongly reinforced and drive us back. 

The Raleigh N. C. papers state th.at 
the Federals ha\ e been largely reinforced 
at Xewbern. and a movement has com- 
menced that is thought to be against Wil- 
mington. 

>ri:w YonK, Jan, .s. 

The Uiclimond J'nqnirer of the l-'itli 
siys Governor J..etclier has sele<-ted from 
among the prisoners recently sent to 
Kichmond, from (ieneral Floyd's com- 
mand, the following general oflicers, who 
will be held In strict solitary conliiiement, 
as hostages for Col. Seavona and others 
similarly held by the Abolition govern- 
ment : Capt. Wm. Graiitn, Lieut. Isaac 
A.Wadt!, ("apt. Thomas l)amacon,Lieuts. 
Wilson Dawarron, Jno. W. Howe, Isaac 
Gobble, David Ames, Samuel Puck, and 
Win. Dillo. 



The Finances of the Gov- 
ernment. 



Bill Reported by Committee of 
Ways and Means. 



LATEST 



FROM VICKSBURG. 

C.viuo, .lanuary S. 

The .'Steamer (Commercial ground here 
to-d.ay. There had been no arrival from 
Vii-ksburg. The reason assigned by paf- 
.••engers is tliat the rebels have planted 
batteries on both sides of the river at 
Cypress Bend, thus preventing all inter- 
course till the way Is cleared by gunboats. 

There has been no lighting since Mon- 
day the 29th. Banks is reported coming 
lip the Mississippi. It is supposed that 
Sherman is awaiting his arrival. 



W.vsiiixijTox, .lauiiary S. 

The following is a .synopsis of the bill 
rej)orted to-day from the committee of 
ways and means to provide lorthesuji- 
port of the (Jovernment : 

Section 1st provides for the issue of 
.Sy(X),<HtO,000 in twenty year six per cent, 
bontls, interest payahle half-yearly in coin, 
which may be sold for lawful money — cer- 
tificates of indebtedness or interest bear- 
ing tn-asury notes, provided that the 
whole amount ot bonds an<i notes ivsueil 
under this act shall not exceed ."jil'OO.OUO,- 
(MM.i. except that the .*M«i,«HhJ,UOO of 
7 .'1-10 notes may be funded on twenty 
year bonds, and a further issue lor that 
purpose may be made. 

Section two provides for !?<;»( m»,0(Ki,im id 
In three years ireasury notes, bearing in- 
terest at 6.47^ per cent, per aiinnm, be- 
ing li per cent, per day on -"^Kn), pay.a- 
ble semi-annually in coin, jMyaMe to the 
creditors of the (iovernment, and receiv- 
able lor all dues to the (Joveniment. ex- 
cept customs. 

Section three ]>rovidos for the issue of 
§a<JO,(HH.t,0()0 in legal tender notes of the 
usual form. 

Section four provMes for fractional 
notes in course of postal currency to i>e 
engraved and printed in the treasury 
buildings not to exceed .*j!.")0,<XM>,(MMi. 

Section live provlde-j tor deposits of 
eoin in the sub-treasuries, receipts to be 
given, which may be used to p.ay custom 
duties. 

Section six provitles the form of the 
bonds atid notes, which are to have the 
seal of the Treasury Department. 

Section seven t'xes bank circulation 
one percent, on a grailnated scale accord- 
ing to capital stock. 

Section eight modifies sub-treasury acts 
so as to allow money obtained for inter- 
nal revenue to be deposited in banks, on 
their giving bonds for security. 

Section nine provides again^it oonnter- 
feiting, and appropriates .'jfGW.lMX) to ear- 
rv the act into effect. 



Speech of JelT. Davis at Richmond, 



Ni'w Voi'.K, Jan. :'. 
A letter from Fort I'ulaski says that 
the rebel rams at Sava:ina!i are failures-. 
A Washington ilispateh to tlie H'mld 
states, it is asserted that Hooker will soon 
command the army of tht; Potomac, Burn- 
side having again asketl to be relieved. 
Buraside recently arrested a Brigadier 
Geiienal for iisiiig tlisrcspei-ttiil language 
concerning the Government. Alter le- 
tra(-tion and reprimand he was released. 
Th;- l;i!l lor letters (>f manpie and rc- 
j)risal .against the rebels referred to-day 
will pi-olialily pa- s. after behig amended 
so as to include lor-'ign ('ntmies as well 
as domestic. 

A partial report from Admiral Porter 
of early ojieratioiis .-limve Vicksburg, re- 
(-lived at the N;ivy Department, malces .a 
detailed mentio:io! tlie woi'.ii'ling of Com- 
niaiul(-r t iwin. 11 • reiused lo go into 
the pilot house, r-aMiig lliat tin- quarter 
di-ek was the (.'aptain's plaee. 

'J'he Inipressiun in the best informed 
military circles to-night i-< that Gen. But- 
ler will be soon .sent hack to t!ie Mis.-is- 
sipjii rl-.er with enhirg.d conitnand and 
extended anlhoiity. 

It is represented that Count Mejan wlio 
was aecnsed by (ieneral Butler of having 
acted as banker to .feU'. Davis, has been 
dismissed by ^I. jMcn-ier, the Freneh 
rdinister, alter examination of the records 
ol ?deiairs ai-ts. without any other action 
on the jiart of our Governmeiit. except a 
pi-esent.ati(,n of the c:is(5. M. Fanconnet 
h.is been re«-ogni/ed by our Gov<'rnmeiit 
as consi.d at New Orleans. 

The 'J'lincs spe<-ial says it is positively 
asserted that an itnportant change Avil! be 
m.ade in the War Department by the '2*H\i 
inst. Some believe tliat Stanton liinL-^elf 
contemplates rctirein<nt, ol!:ers that the 
First Assistant Secretary Watson is go- 
inur, while others insist that both theC'hief 
and subortlmates will vacate together in 
case of a change in the heail ol" the De- 
pa rtnu-nf. 

I'ublie .«entinunt among unconditional- 
ly loyal n-eii den;and the appoinlmert of 
General 15i:t!er to the posilion. 

The coniniitice of ways and means held 
a l.aborioiis session to-day of nearly six 
hours and adjfiurned ut .-> r. M. to meet 
again at lU to-morrow. The recommenda- 
tions submitted by the coniinittee are 
geiieraliy approved. It is likely tliat the 
amount of legal tender notes agreed on 
m:iy be Increased to S.'iOO.UUn.tJiM). ami 
the same amount ol" cnrnmcy bonds may 
btr authorized, having three years to run. 
be.-^ring OA't interest. 

The leeeijils frutn duties under the ex- 
cise a;-.d internal revenue lawnjito to-day 
has lieen .S'S!,7(!l,U;i. 

The rebel .accounts of the light .at Miir- 
freesboro, are to the etr»'(-t that the rebels 
have taken -l.tfiiO prisoners and :.'i> guns. 
.Jcil". Davis returned to Ki<-hmond and 
delivered a bitter ami violent spee;-h 
against the Federal Government and its 
odicers denouncing as as gniity of most 
enorinons crimes. 

Although the rebel force in front oficjr 
army at Port Boyal has been withdrawn 
entirt-ly from vlev.-. it is not believed that 
any has bet-n sent to reinforce Bragg. 

No movement ol importance has taken 
place for several days. 

CUNGRKSSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. 

W.vsHiX(.Tox, .Jan. >?. 

Ilorsr:. — ilr. Stevens, Iro.n the Cotii- 
inittee on AVays and iMeans, reported a 
bill for the support ol Go\er!nnent. It 
was referre*! to the Conmnttee of the 
Whole, and made tiie special order lor 
Monday. Mr. Stevens staU-d that he had 
prepared simihir bills, whii-Ii he Intended 
to oll'er. 

Mr. Stevens repr;rted back the Treas- 
ury Bank bill introduced by Mr. Iloojier. 
with a negative reeoMimendation. 

Tlie House res-.nn'-d the eoiisideratloii 
of Hutchins" resolution tendering the 
thanks of the Hou.se to (Ieneral Butlerffir 
his able, energetic and humane a<hniiiis- 
t ration in the Dejartment of the (inlf. 
Passed bv .'s;> a'/ainst 'JX. 



W.vsiiiXOTox, Jan. o. INX'. 
The victor)- of Bosecrans and that at 
Vicksburg is consitiered as practically 
ending the war in the Southwest, if only 
decent vigor is displayed in improving 
them and taking possession of the strate- 
gic points thus open for onr occupation. 
]Mr. Aldrich's bill, taking away the 
annuities from the late hostile Sioux In- 
dians in ^Minnesota and giving theiii to 
the sufferers from the recent outbreak, 
passed with scarcely any opposition. 

The nomination of Assistant Secretary 
I'sher. to-day, as Secretary ol the Inte- 
rior, took no one by surprise. The eon- 
test all along lay between him and Holt, 
the President inclining to Holt on gen- 
eral grounds, and to Usher because he 
is f:'om the same state with Smith, and 
Mas urged by Smith, and is already fa- 
miliar with the business of the depart- 
ment. 

When members from the Northwest 
began to protest against the appointment 
ol a border State man to the Cabinet, 
and to demand an earnest llepublican, 
they simply turned the scales in lavor ot 
Usher. 

The appropriation bills for this session 
will amount in all to about .91, 090,0 *U,<)<)<J 
That for the arm v already in it is over 
.S700,(MK».0(»o, while the navv bill will ask 
lor .'$70,» 100,000 more. 

Eastern papers refute the char;- 
against Gim. Butler of private specuL - 
tions at New Orleans, and allege that all 
profits of these alleged speculations were 
dulv turned over to the covernment at 
the time. 

Th-s evening's Republican s.ays that 
(ien. Butler is to have an important com- 
mand a(\er visiting his home at Lowell. 
It seems generally conceded that one h.is 
already been ollercd to him. There is no 
doubt of it. 

The otlicial report of the foundering ol 
the Monitor shews that her loss was at- 
trihutable to spt-inginga large leak ahont 
the line where her armor joined on to her 
hull, caused by the weight of" her armor 
and the strain thus produced on her wood- 
work daring the violent pitching ot the 
vessel in the heavy sea. 

When she rose on the swill the llat 
under surface of her projecting armor 
came down with greit force on the water, 
causing a serious vhock to the vessel ana 
turret, .and as supposed, increasing the 
leak. The pumps were entirely powerless 
to keep the water down in the hold, and 
it became necessary to transfer the crew to 
the ship which had the Monitor in tow. 
As the waves were dashing over her whole 
deck this transfer was extremely hazard- 
ous, and it was while attending to this 
that most of those who were lost perished. 
The whole oflicial report tends to make it 
clearer than ever before that the Monitor 
was wholly unseaworthy. 

Fitz .John Porter's friends claim that 
they have made strong points against 
Pope's general credibiiity. They s.iy 
that in his evidence on the recent exami- 
nation. Pope testified tliat in the battl'.; 
of August 2i)th Jackson alone opposed 
him, while in his dispatch to llalleek. 
which they have introduced, Po|>e s-iva 
exjjressly that he fought the combined 
forces of the enemy. 

(icn. (irant's order against the .Tews 
has been peremptorily reciudcd by tin- 
direction of the President. A delegatie 
of .Jews came on here from CIncinnafi 
and Paducah, and made earnest repre- 
sentation of the cruelty and injustiee i;f 
(irant's exclusion of them from his de- 
partme.it, and they and Gurley waited on 
the President and Gen. llalleek, and at 
once secured a revocation of the onler. 
W.v.siiixGLON, .Jan. 5.— -The iron-eluds 
Wire sent from Fortress Monroe to Wil- 
mington ; the object being to cut oil" rail- 
loait communication with Charleston. 



A UCTIOX SALE OF DRV GOOD.*--. 

.S.VrrUD.VY, J.VNL'AItV lOtli, at Hi oilmlv, 
w." si'il Array Ovircoats auU t'aiit<, .Satiu.'ts, Ij , 
iie-stics. Canton Klannels, He l..iin(':i anil uilur 
l>it'i.s (JODtls, .Sliawl.". il(>od.s. Ilooj) .s>kirl.-. Tu • 
Victoriiies, Fur foil \t». Fur Capes, Ilobioiv. jinU 
a variety of otlier (Jood:i. 

FAIKCI11LI> & MAUCU, 
.^untlon anil Coin. Mfrelmnts, 
j:i!i8-lt Tiiiril St., stone block, by tlu- briUg «. 



.Si:n.\ti;.— Mr. C.llamer, from the 
Committee on Post()nie(.s, reported li.aek 
the bill to allow auditiona! mail m -.ttev. 
with a negative recommendation ; tl.e bill 
projiosed to allov,- bundhs, etc., to he 
sent through the mails. 

Mr. Wilson, from the .Milit.'iry ("oininit- 
tee, reportid back the bill to raise volun- 
teers lor the defense of Ivetitucky, with 
an amendment or sub.-litiit'. 

!Mr. Wilson offered a joi-it, resolution 
giving (hanks to Genetal Bosecrans and 
the oflicers and m(-ii under him for gal- 
lantry and good conduct at Murfreesboro. 



General Butler at Philadelphia. 

riiii..vn!;i.eit.\, Jan. r. 
(len. Butler arrived this evening en 
route for Boston. During the evening he 
addressed at length a party of 2J0 gen- 
tlemen, assembled in the rccejition room 
of the Continental Hotel to pay their re- 
spects. 



Nows from Mexico. 

N'kw Yokk, .Tan. «. 
News received from city of Mexico to 
Dec.D. states that Janrezand the cabinet 
li.-id returned ii-om Pnebia, w'jere he went 
to reward the defenders of tiie countrv. 
They distributed HKV) medals and de-o- 
rations to oilieer.'* a:id men who defended 
that city against t!ie Freneli. The Mexi- 
can army is tllvlded into two divisions. 
Commonlort co:nniarflls the army for the 
defense o( the city of Mexico, .and Do- 
blado, the .army of the .south, to operate 
.against the guerrilla Meji.-i. 

FROM NASHVILLE. 

XASiiviLLK,,Tan.f.. 

The rebel Gon. Rains wa.s buried to- 
day. No demonstration was allowed. 

The bodies of (ien. Hanson, Capt. 
Toihl, of the fith Kentucky, Capt. Fer- 
guson, of the Louisville Legion, were 
brought in t<i-day. 

Considerable quantities of contnibanJ 
goods were eajiturc'l by our pickets. 

The weatlicr is cold. 

The river is at a stand. 



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N R Y M c K E N T V . 

OK.VLKR IX 

SAINT PACL, MIXXE.SOTA. 

tf^Will also locate Land Warranti and !<<<U 
Ileal Estate on Conimisiiun. Jan vdjtwly 



/COLONELS AND PRIVATES. 



Ma jor.s and Scr^e.i i it .- , 

And til otlior 

MILITARY MEM. 

wm f nd i.t 

K I L P A T ii I C X \S , 

Tlie best B^sortm 'at ol 

MILITARY -BOOTS, 

At very low price*. 



JUST RECEIVED A MAQ.NIFICEN'T LOT OF 
DOUBLE SOLE CALF HAin Liyj:D 

BALMORALS. 

Every man desiring comfort and h?al:li, shouL.t 
laveaiiairof tLe^. 



ASSIGNEES' SALE OF BOOTS 
AND SHOES. 
Mufit bo sold for the biMicHt ot" rri'ditorii, at tltP 
Xcw Vork .Store, Tliird street, lialf a block below 
the Bridge. 
V3t ^'oic is the time to get Bnrcain*. 

M. WHITE. 
o21-3m Pi-acttcal Boot and ;siv>oiaaker. 



"Women's, Misses* and Cliildrei:';* 

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|>aper. Tin; letter Is in aiisw. r to one 
sent to the Ceiieral i>y Mr. MeAilani, to 
a-eertain the in;th il the n-f.^rt that he 
lueaut to Lf.' t.i .viii' il. .1 : ••ily dear 3Ie- 
Adain, — Yoiu- h tt.r has o^ivi'!! me the 
::reate<t pleasuiv. as I know that yen are 
a .linrrre and hnne-t InLiid hctli to luy- 
-.It' aiid i!iy r..u:;t:-y. Yon may he snro 
that, had 1 a.-.i-ptcd to draw my sv.i.rl 
for the U.'/uvii ^tate^. It wosdd have l-ei n 
lor the abolition of slav.Tv — hill, unn>r.- 
tiitional. 1 an: nm-t tliankfnl to your 
;;a':Lint «ountryni'.ii lor the uuiueroiis 
proofs of -sympathy they have given to me. 
1 knou that no peojde he Iter than the 
Scotch sympathise with those who struj^- 
for civil or relioiious liU-rty." 

— li€ir.< Lit'r of Decemher l:5th 5ays : 
•' Jim Maie hopes that Kin,!^ will not 
make a match with any iVir.'ioner, hut will 
■ ive him the lirst ehaiiri- of retne^inl; h.is 



The I'ri-Aitirnt'i* y'lf^'Hi^vtgv in Eui;:Imu«I. i 

t i-om tho i.ouiliin l>;ii;> K.'ws, l>oc. lii. | 

The prliiiipal tojii'" upon which I'resi- i 
dent I.ine(dn addre-*ps ('on^^iTss, in the j 
midst of a frreat wa- , is ne^^ro Kmaneipa- 
tion. Ami ;.i t we ; re tohi this war has; 
no«hiii;Xto do wilit .Slavery. | 

Tiiere is a .short and easy way of mis.s- ; 
iuiX wholly t!ie meat in;i ol tin- plati whieli 
yiv. Lincoln reeomt lends tolonj^ress. It ' 
is tlic way which w i.s followed hy those i 
will) f.Mind their aei 'nnt in tnisreprest-nt- , 
in '. thi' rro.lamati.ci ol' lanatteipation. I 
It consists in taking separate y parts of a ' 
police which are tlie <'oiiipleiiK'iit ea. h of 
llie other. i I.e I'loihvinaliici olli-red ■ 
liherty only to the .»ilaves of rel>el<, tf'/o, \ 
Mr. Lincoln was tin protector of slavery | 
ill the loy.il .States. To allirm this it was ; 
nniy iicei'-^.^arv to ..^hiit th.' I'yes to the | 
tact that the President had proposed an- 
()th<r and a mild.i'r plan — a projeet of pe- 
liiiiiarv eompensalit n lor tlie r(.'demption 
I'l l\,:' slavis in tiiiis ' -States whicli. >iiice 
iliey wer>' li>yal, l.o 'onhl i:ot iinlnde ia a 
war iiiea»;:r.'. It was thus that some i 
ami'iii: lis til 'd to persnath' thems('Ue-.» j 
a:id others I'lat :!.ei lati who. in tiie sJMtt i 
>pace i>t eio;hteen in mths, ha-.l abolishi-il i 
slavery in the I>istri t of L'oluinliia, e.xchi- | 
dcd it iroiii the ten tories, made a treaty 
wilii l"ii;;hi:iil !.•:• ili • suppression of the \ 
.-lave-trade, and i:ll red ti> eo-rperate with 
the .S;are (Ju\crni;a nts lor tlie abolition 
of s-iV!tnde everywhere, was a prop and 
pillar i>f shivery. 

Mr. IJui'oIn like ino?t Americans, is 
nnwlllini; lo pcrci-lxe the on-atness of llse 
Miei.il ami polltiv';'.! revidiition which is 
Likin.,' place in his i-otintry. lie -sees 
plainly that "the (. oastitiition as it is," 
ilisslourcd and debased as it has been I'y 
.•xp. .sit ions and jtulieial decisions deliv- 
iii'd in the intere t «'f .Slavery, cannot 
^naniand stiinulatc thefrcvihim i>l a^'i.-at 
natiu- 1. ile says fXpihitly that t!ie max- 
iM;s »>)■ ilij.' p.ist will nut siilHcf ; that the 
•l!;iijalties and dai .^rers of tht- llepnldie 
a.e •zrial. and that the riii/.iis mn^t tlis- 
i.i'Iaal themselvi-s f they wonld save th«' 
conutry. lie see:! that -Vmerican Slavery 
is as iiiluilral to the white man's liberty a> 
it i> to t!ie I'laek mill's progress, andlliai 
•'in ^iviii;^ fre»'d>)ni to the slavi' y«m as- 
-iure it to tlie Iree." And no tloiibt he 
dots rij;;it to prop >se his phm. ami la- 
miiiir!/.c the public iiiiiid with if. Imwcvrr 
little chance there iii.iy in'ol its immediate 
a ceptanee by the Soulli. Hut impartial 
ti!.s(.rvers at a dist nice can plaiidy see 
th.'-t ihe^rand -■-clui Kot doinination upon 
wh.ii-Ii tiio Conlcderate .States have em- 
baiked i» Hot to be bought up by an issue 
vt Triasury bonds. 

When the I'onlLilerales h.ave l>een eon- 
%Ime.l by ste.iier arguments than are 
contained in this ^b ssa;;e that their cause 
is th.-perate. an oli'i r of eomju'iisation lor 
the rknialiiiiiL; numl ir of their slaves may 
ftillita e thi'ir advance to an issue whirh 
is inevitable. The lu'cd of a ineasun 
like thi.s will then strike every mind, anil 
it will be adopiid liiitKr the t'orcil>le per- 
: i.a io'i of lir.iim.'i mccs. lint that tune 
has not Vet eoui". It is with satislai'tion. 
•iicrelore. that we tthserve that the new 
j.roposal is not to siami in the way ol the 
l'rotl.(mation of Si pt(.nil)i'r, reeooni/inj; 
tho liberty ol the sh;vesin the Confederate 
.States on and alter the 1st of next month. 
The rrcsiilent exp essly says, "Neither 
li'" war, nor pruce.'tliniis under the I'ro- 
clamatlon ol .Sept. "it^d, Ini'cJ, are stayed 
lioeause ol the reioniincndatlon of this 
plan." This is wis' and ri^iht ; the whole 
!orce an.l virtue of freedom must be 
arrayed against thi slave power. 

To the 2iN>,('!H' nejjroes who have al- 
ready iraiiKil their freedom throu;,di tlie 
war, hiiiidreds of tijousands, and perhaps 
millions, \.iil soon be added. 'Jii'.- free- 
men id the \orth ha\e it in their power, 
ii' they aro worthy of their cause, to dc- 
siroy roo^ and b.raiich the monstrous 
oruwth wiiich has riir.-etl their country. 
With the failure of the political and niili- 
! iry fabri.' raised on the foundation of 
.Slavery, that institition itself would be 
less [>rized ; and v\ ilh the loss ol slaves 
the system of o(,vei nment constructed to 
save and pn-paoate .Slavery would be dis- 
■ redited, and cease lo be considered worth 
t!ie saeriiiees demaii led li)r it.s prescrva- 
ti'ii. .Vt present we can see no prospect 
I'f an e\tei:-'ive liloTation of sl.ives but 
by war, and no safe peace but through 
1 oniidete emancipaiion. After the blood 
that has been spilled, no mere paper set- 
tlement of the ipie.-tioii is possilile or de- 
sirabh'. Xothmj; short ol" the actual 
undoiii;; of Slavery, and the inauo-tration 
of ni!ivers;d fieedo ii can either compen- 
sate the sacrilict's or destroy the causes of 
this war. 
From ilu' liin.'s. 

The messaj^e «<f President Liiieoln 
shows that, evi'u in Ameri.a, and during 
the heat of a sanguinary w.ar, an E.xeeu- 
tivo cannot with smecss violate the civil 
rights of the jieoph . Although tlio Pres- 
ident is, by his owii reading of the Con- 
.-titr.tion, the most arbitrary mi{:istrate in 



laurels. Mace is much .'■urprised that a , j,,^, ,^.j,ri,,_^ ^j^j^^ (^^ ^^^^^. years— and. 
man of such imtnense power ai'd yoiitii i iurtI;enuore, has tin; jiower of ascerting 
should bo I'a-ilv loiiro the highe.-t and j the highei- law ol ii.'cessity as overriding 

I II * ' 1 , „„,. . ...rtllv* ,...,x ■,t ''»*' Constitution in times of trouble, yet 
mo-t valuable tro)h^ anv tjugiiist can at- I . , , ,. ' /. 

"'^ 1 ' • ^ I 1 u the outbreak of pudie discontent which 

tain, namely, the champions belt. »': !,as given tic Denucrats the victory in so 
King does not make a match, then a"y !:iany states, has m inife.<tly changed the 

i.nti •-, if not tlie p tliey, of the (Jovern- 
iii'iit. Mr. Lincoln, in fact, derives a 



man in tiie world who may faney Jim 
Mace ean in' on the belt ami the cham- 
]>ionship, at any amount from £'J'<^> t't 
£1.<»I".> a side. J^Iace need not fear King 
lighting any one. else for the bcdt imtil he 
has given hiui a chance. 15y all ruivS 
King is bound to make a m.itch with the 



d)ub!(,' pav.e- li-.jm the immobility of hij 
jiosition. 

Jle can oidy per everc in a course of 
action in spite of a;i opposing majority, 
but he can change it without fear of being 
ovcrtlirown by his own enraged support- 
ers. Thus, in the present iiutam e, the 



lirst comer, and there ean be no douiit Democratic vote of last month has already 
Jiiu stands iu this jiodtion, as his moi;<'y i had its influence on the conduct of public 
was down bv tlirce oVlo,!; .m the dav of' allairs. Although Mr. Lincoln lm.s still his 

_ , ■ . , , )• .• ' .1 I Kepuilican {-'ongre<s, ami the session in 

the fight. King, however, »nis distinctly !^.,|^.,^ ^,^^. j)^.^,^^,.,.^,j,. ^.^^^.^ ^,.^^ j^^, j^,^ 

intimated tliat he will not fight again." I ,.,.,.,! ,.f,t commenet for another twelvc- 
— Wclearn that King I'enlinand ol j month, yet lie is too wise to disregard the 
Portugal iias intimated his unv.illingness volee ol tlie countrA . Only a few days 
to quit the comparative seclusion in which i ago we heard that the jirisons along the 
lie h.is lived for the last lew years. It is j coast had been opencil, and that the men 
not dillicult to underBtand tiiat a prince j who had been shut up for months on tiie 
so accomplished and so beloved iu the charge of disloyalty, were once more at 
countrv ol his ado]ition should be loih to | large. Xo\\Pwe re;id a message, of whieh 
exchange the pleasant surroundings ol I tho only rt.marka')le part seems as if 
domestic lile iio- the anxieties and tur- : meant to allow tho withdrawal or post- 
moil to which hi-s new duties wonld call j ponement of iho President's nchoam for 



him. At t!ie same lime, wc trust that 
King Ferdinand may yet be induced to 
waive his feelingn of reluctance lUuUr the 
pculiar circum>tan es of the present 
moment. It will be hard to lind ;i:;other 
royal pjrsoiage aO eminently (luulilied u, 
inspire all Kuro]>« w;lh coidiilence, a;id 
to give to (Jivece such expectations ef 
saie constitutional progress and future 
I'reatness. — Lunchn Post, Itf. 17. 



iorcib!'.' emancipation. 



The Euru|it-an UilUcnlt^. 

What is called the (jreek (piestion re- 
mains unsettled. It is d(.clare<l by French 
liuU indignantly dc lied by Knglisli jour- 
nals that the revolution whieh expelled 
iviiig Olho from (Iceece was got by I'rl- 
ti.-h intrigu", ami t lat the untleiiiable fa- 

,,,.,,, . 1 X IT- '.or v.itii whieh Prince Alfretl is regarded 

-Mr. Cobdeu made a speech at Mm- ,,_^. j,,^ (j,.^.,.,., ^.^ ^.,.,.^^^.j ,,^. -„,i,,.,r 

hurst, December lOth, on the di.«tre4,s lu \ „ieans, Tiiei-o was no doubt that, on tlie 

Lancashire. He said he did not believe --d ol December, the day appointed for 

m'lv cood could result from the interven- | '^'''^''.'" »!": *^^^'«- l'"«H'e Ajlre.l would b^' 
*" - ^^ ,• i • II hiouimated tothetrownol (Jreece, liy 

tiori of J:iigland in America, even Dy a<l- ^ _^,^ i,,,,,„.„.,^. ..umbei of Hellenic electors. 

vice and rcmonstianco. He .spoke of iht; ^ Jt is not expected that the young gen- 
distretJ ns having been caused by the tleman. now a mid shipman in a Hiitish 
■"■ war steamer, will be allowed to accept 

the crown— /tc is ahead V booked, iiy fam- 
ii time of war^ a;4il argue<l tliL-rcfroni that jj^. arrangements, to >iiieec-ed his uncle as 

t!ie relief wa3 a natiosai -Jidv. He show- (wand Duke of S.rve-Coburg, It iii do- 



lational pojicy of recognizing/ blockades 

a time of war^ a;4il argued tliLrcfronilhat 

'le relief was a natioNal -Jid v. He show- 
c.l that the manulactureir. w.ji- <loing ! ckirecl. and not without reason, that the 

, . , ^ I l>rU;sh (^oVv:riimeiit iihould have given 

rhejr duty. ' ^ 



■ j iii j ia % I ■ iw^^^fc— »i>w 



m^imr^^mmmmmm 



timely intimation to the (Ireek \tro fern- 
pnrc Kxpcniive, if it declined the candi- 
dature of Priiu't' Alfred. 

Neither ]{ussia nor France would con- 
.sent to it — Russia because ol her licrctli- 
tary designs upon Turki'v, and France, 
because, independent of her jealousy of 
••perfidious Kngland," the occupation of 
the throne ofCireece by one of (iueeii 
Vi»'toria*s sons would make Kngland vir- 
tual ruler of the Mediteranean. In a 
short time, of course, the diplom.itif eor- 
respi>ndence on this .subject will be male 
imblic. and it will then be found, we ven- 
ture to jtretlict, that Kngland, France, 
ami Uussia have been engaged in a trian- 
gular duel : Kngland firing pmtocols at 
lliissia against the candidature of the 
Duke of l.euchtenberg ; Uussia boiubir- 
ding France with notice that no nomiparte 
need apjily in (Ireece ; and France pelt- 
ing Kngland with protestations against 
the election of Prince Alfrnl. 

The outside candidates are: 1. Prince 
Oscar, the younger bitjthcr ol the King 
of Sweden; 'J. The Court of Flanders, 
second son of King l.,eopohl of IJelgium : 
;!. Ferdinand, late king consorl of Por- 
tug.d. Of the^^e the first named is 'M. 
tlie second is 'J.'i. the tliinl is Hi years old. 
Tlie lirst grandson of Kugene lb auharnais 
is related to Napoleon III. atid ionnectid 
bv marriage witli .VIexaiider 11. of Kussia 
The ("tlier two are cousins of (•ueeii \ i<- 
toria, which, no doubt, would be a sulli- 
ciciit cause lor France to object to the 
eleetion of »'ilher to the( Jreek sovereignty. 
L'nderall the circumstances, there is littli' 
prospect of the (Jreek tUlliculty being 
speedily .and satlstai torily sett le<L Inter- 
national jealousies will operate against 
such an issue. 

IVouldn't 1'oH J.ikf fu Mnoi* f 



snow and over an un1?tiown path, often I busiNKSS 
stopping to listen if they could hear any ' 
.sound of their lost friends. The river— 
which was their oii%: guide — flowed drear 
and chill at their sr'e", encumbered with 
vast masses of lloanf'g ice. (jlooniy for- 
I'sls of evergreens ffowiied along their 
path, ami n«» sound b^«* the tramp of Eu- 
gene's battalion disturbed the silcnee of 
the night. 

.Vt length Kugene ordered his artillery 
to be discharged, as a shout to call the 
.attention of his friends. Listening an.\- 
ioiisly, they heanl far off in the distance, 
in apparent response, a feeble report of 
musketry. TJie Marshal had not a single 
jilece of artillery left. IJotii parlies, how- 
ever, understood the lanjrua^e of their 



1..0CA.IJ 8 



F.C«ioK, Agent for J<iiigcr*s .^Jewiiif,' Marlihie* 
Tliinl strot't, M. Anthony, near th<! Winslow j 
lluu»(>. novlStf i 

Sow Kkadv.— Tlio KuliM of I'nictioi adoptod I 
iu jfeiioral (ii'S8ion of the JnilRfs of tliis State ' 
and published by the I'KKss rniNTiNo Co.Mi'.vsv, j 
an> now n'adjr for delivery— price lifteon cents i 
\H'T copy, or ;j<1..5o p<»r doz'-n. Tlifsi; rnlc!' ro info I 
elffct oil the lir..*! of .S.pt.Mul>.'r, ntiil will havo till I 
tlio authority and force of law. Kvery lawjer ia 
the .State must have a copy. IJiniittanccs niay be 1 
made in bank notcH or iK)sta(;t! 6taiiius. i 



OUK IIOUSK, TIHKU STKKKT, ori'OSITi: 
Akmoky 1I.\i.!., II, V. K. Yirr, I'uoi'uik.tok.— 
This old established liou.so is in full o;K'ration, 
guns, and they hastened to meet each oth- J and is prepared to furnish meals at all hourii of 
er. They were soon united. OHicers an.l the day or night. The bar is supplied with tho t 
sddii-rs alike threw themselves into each I very bout liquors. The larder is always full. Oy*- { 
other's arms, and many of these war-worn i tors at i"i and .lo cent-s per dozen. Hot Coffee, | 
veterans wept for jov. iiteaks, &c., Ic. Uivemeacall. f 

The reunited bands, torj^etfiil of nast feb-ift-dly II. F. K. VITT 



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UV JOHN «;. SAXK. 



I know- a girl with ti'eth of pearl, 
Ami shoulders white u-i snow ; 

iSh.' li\ e--— all : well, 

I luiisf not t.'i!— 
VViiuliI u't y.'U lik." to know f 

II. 

Ilc-r <uRny hair is won.lroa* tViir, 
And wavy iu it- tlow ; 

Wlio iiiail.' it It as 

(Mil- Irftlo tre.-s, 
AVoiiliI ii"t you like to know '. 

III. 
Her eves are blue (eel "stlal hu-i!) 
And (!a.!j!linj; in their ;;iow ; 

On w'lioiu t!iey lie.iiu 

With iiii'ltiiij; ;;leuiii, 
U'oiiMu't you liki' to know .' 

IV. 

Her lip:* are r>'il and liuety weil 
l.ik.' ro<e< ere tle'y bl.'w ; 

AVliat lo\er A\M 

Tlios.. dewy lips, 
VVouM u't you like to know ? 



11. r liiifri'rv are like li!i.>< fair. 
When liii..;! fairest grow ; 

Whose hand tln-y j.ri'.-i 

Wiih fond I'are-s, 
Wouldn't )ou like to know .' 



VI. 



fall 



1 1 . 
Her f.)o: is small, and has a 1 
Like snow dikes ou tie' »'liuu 

And wl.iTo it goe^ 

Keueath tlie ro.se, 
WouMii't you like to know ? 

vii. 

She ha.i a name, the sweet>'st itaind 
that lan^juag.. oun bestow ; 

T would break the sik'11 

if I should tell— 
Wouldn't you like to know f 



Itrtroiit of '\<fy. 



BV JOHN S. C. AUnoTT, 



( )nc of the most memorable deeds of 
fortitude and heroism reeonled in the 
annals of war was performed by Marshal 
Ney, in the retreat from .Moscow. With a 
division of five thousand men he was cut 
off from the remainder of the French 
army. Kutusoff, the Russian general, 
with iStijiOO men, including numerous 
cavalry, and with :.'iH> pieces of artillery, 
had »'ffectually blocked up his passage. 

Nev, with his little band of half-fam- 
ished soldiers, wavering in their languid 
march, with guns defective and dirty, and 
with but si.\ pieces of cannon, rushed 
upon the hostile batteries, and maintaine<l 
the une<pial contlict, in his vain endeavor 
to cut his way through the masses of the 
foe, until night darkened the field. Then, 
at midnight, with no thought even of sur- 
reiider, hi; ordered his troops to turn up- 
on tin ir track, and nuareh back again into 
the wilds of Russia. 

With amazement the troops heard this 
command, which, without hesitation, they 
obeyed. It was a cold, gloomy winter's 
night. The frozen ground was covered 
with snow, and the blast pierced the worn 
out clothing of the soldiers. For two or 
three hours they traversed, in darkness, 
the savage waste till they came to a small 
river — l>re.aking the ice to see in what di- 
rection the current ran, Xey said, "This 
stream must flow into the Dneiper. It 
shall be our guide." 

The feeble band, cold, hungry and wcarv, 
struggled along until they reached the 
Dneiper. Its broad and rapid currant 
was dogged with lloating masses of ice, 
and In one spot only, to which a lame 
peasant conducted them, was the ice 
suliicieiitly firm for them to attempt a 
pass.age. and even then it was necessarv 
to pass with the utmost caution. Xey, 
wrapped in his cloak, slept lor an hour 
upon the snow, while his troops passed 
ovir in single file. The ice bent and 
cracked under their feet. 

They then attempted to pass the wag- 
ons over laden with the wounded. 'J'he 
frail surface broke, and several of the 
wagons satik beneath the I«-e. A few 
faint cries only were heard ; as ihe suf- 
ferers disappeareil in their cold and icv 
sepulchre, ily crossing the Dneiper, 
Ney hoped, in a long iletour, again to 
reach tiie army. The Russians lollowel 
this feeble band in its retreat, keeiiing be- 
yond musket shot, but firing incessantlv 
upon their victims with artillery from 
every available eminence. 

Napoleon w.as at Orcha, waiting. In the 
most intense anxiety, to hear tidings from 
Ney. Fo irdays had p.assed without even 
a rumor of his late. The whole arinv 
was looking back across the Dneiper hop- 
ing to catch a glimpse of his advancing 
columns, or to hi ar the report of his ar- 
tillery, .Vt the close of a <lay of solitude 
and watching, another wintry night en- 
veloped in its gloom these retreating, 
woe-stricken armies. Najioleon was par- 
taking of a frugal supper with fiencral 
Lefi'livre when a shout of joy was heard 
in the street, and the words * Marshal 
Ney is safe,"' fell upon his ear. At that 
moment a Polish oflicer entered with the 
tidings that the Marshal was a few leagues 
distant, on the banks of the river, iiar- 
rasK.'i} by pursuing Co.ssacks, ami in want 
of iminetliate assistance. Napoleon 
sprang from his chair, seizing the liiforn). 
ant by b.>th arms, and gazing into his 
eyes, exclaimed : 

•'Is that really true? Are you stirc of 
It? I have two humlrei millions of gold 
in my vaults at the Tullleries, I would 
have givea them all to save Marshal 
Ne> .•• 

Instantly I'ngone wai dispatched with 
five thousand men for thu rescue of tho 
Marshal. Kagerlv the soldiers l*;fl their 
bivouac tires for t(ie midnight march. For 
si.x miles they toiled along through the 



forgetful of past 
perils and the still greater ones they were 
yet to encounter, returned rejoicingly to 
Orcha. As Marshal Ney, with soldierly 
simplicity and ostentation, gave a recital 
of the dangers and diflieulties lie ha<l sur- 
mounted, and the hardshiiis he had en- 
dured, Najioleon grasped his hand, and 
immortalized him with the title of the 
*' bravest of the brave."' Again Napo- 
leon said. In reference to this same 
achievement. In words which will never 
die. •• Hetter is an army of deer com- 
manded by a lion, than an army of lions 
commanded by a deer.*' 

During tluL- retreat, an unnatur.al mo- 
ther, who was one ol the camp followers, 
weary of nursing her crying child, threw 
it into the snow to perish. Ney ehanced 
to witness the Inhuman deed, and lifting 
up the child, soothed It temlerly, ami 
restored It to its mother, in the sledge, 
commanding the mother to take charjie of 
it. Init soon again the woman, whose 
heart was renderetl callous by misery, 
threw the child into the snow. The M.a'r- 
shal again rescued the little one, took it 
under his special protection, carrying it 
lor some time in his own arms. The 
indignant soldiers hurled the mother fiHjm 
the sledge, and left her to be iiicked up 
by the Cossacks or to perish on the frozen 
grotiml. The little orphan wiis watched 
over willi the gre.itest care l>y the soldiers, 
as they covered It up with liirs and blank- 
ets in one of the sledges. The child was 
carried, in the arms of a soldier, through 
all the horrors of the pa.'ssage of the Ilerc- 
sina, and surviving tlie hardships of the 
most disastrous retreat recorded in the 
history of war, at length reached Paris in 
safety. 

In the pass.agp of the liere.«!lna, which 
soon ensued, Ney again displayed his 
lieroisin through scenes of horror whieli 
have been rarely paralleled and never 
surpassed upon this globe. The genius 
of the French engineers speedily threw two 
l)ridges across the stream. The French 
army consisted of but 27.(.K»0 fighting 
men, and a disorganized mass of 4n,(.Mj(t 
stragglers. While the phreiisied mass 
were .struggling over these bridges, the 
Russians, from the adj.acent heights, were 
hurling upon them a storm of shot and 
shell. Si.Kty thousand Russians manned 
those batteries. Ney, taking with him 
eight thousand troops, plunged Into 
the densest m.a.sses ol the foe, drove 
them before him, and took lI,iM)<j pris- 
oners. 

Through the long liours o( a winter's 
night, this horrid scene of tumult and 
carnage continued. Thousands were 
cro'viled from the bridges into the i«y 
stream, and .sank with shrieks which rose 
al)ove tlie thumh-rs of the battle. \ fear- 
ful tempest arose of wind and smothering 
snow. The black mass of men and wag- 
ons enabled the Russians to direct their 
guns with more unerring aim. Thehowl- 
ing.s of the storm, the gloom of night, the 
llash an<l the roar of artillery, the explo- 
sion of shells and whistling of balls and 
Imllets, the cries of outset and the shrieks 
of the dying, presented a spectacle which 
has given the Pass.ageof the Beresina per- 
haps the most prominent position among 
all the horrors whieh have occurred in 
this lost world. The numbers lost have 
never been fully ascertained. Thousands 
Were swept into an unlinown burial. But 
iu the .Spring, as the ice melted, twelve 
thousand corpses were diagged from the 
river. — N. \ . Ledijer. 



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P K N A U F T , 

(Corner of Soventh and Olive streets,) 

It.VS tN AOniTlOX T« HIS NEW & FULL STOCK OF 

Grrooerics &: Provisiouei, 

A completo assortment of 
QUKEXSWAnE, LAMPS, &c. 
All of which will bo sold at the lowest possible 
'new PLATFORM SCVLES, 

Of Fairbanks' best make, always correct and 
ri«adyfor use. Those who have Hay, Urainof 
Live Stock for sale can save money by gettine it 
^•'llt'>« 1. aprt»"f«b2K: ly. 



gT. PAUL BRIDGE. 

The road at the west end of the bridge Ix'ing 
ready lor travel, the tolls on the bridgo from l.'it li 
December to 1st .March, will bo reduced to the 
lollow'ing rales : 
i'or double team one crossing, 10 cents. 
" singli! team o\erand return 15 " 
" Cattle and horses imt head, 5 " 

rllA.S. A..MORt;AN, 
St. Paul, Dec. 15. I}*r.'.'.— decHml. Uect'ivcr. 



JOHN A. STEES, 
XJIVr>ERTAK:EIl, 

COUXEU THIUD & SIIXNKSOTA STREETS 
ST. PAVL, MIS. 

Sole agent for Metallic Burial CasesSand Caskets 
ian54ikwly. 



JOHN A . STEES, 

MA»t' KACTUKEr. AND DRALKR IX 

Furniture and Cabinet Ware, 

Of every variety of style and pattern. 

<;oUSKK3nAND MINXK.SOTA STS., S.VIXT PAf I . 

All kinds of lumber taken in trade. 
iau.^&wly 



aiOUX DEPREDATIONS. 
Inclemiiity can be had. 

Steps are being taken by the Government to as- 
certain who have sutfered loss in property, and 
the extent of such loss, by the late .Sioux Indian 
outbreak, with the view of luUustIng the same. 
Tht! undersigned have all the necessary forms, and 
are possessed of sujierior advantages for having 
these claims allowed and settled In the shortest 
possible time, and will give sp^-cial attention to 
such as are placed In their hands. 

S.MITIi ft (JILMAN, Att rneyi. 

St. Panl,Scpt.-.il, \mi. 



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IlAHKi.'fa Okkiok of Tiiompsox Rro.4., ) 
8t. Paul, Dec. 1, Ihfla. \ 

We beg leave lu announce to our friends and 
the public generally that Mr CH AllLIOS .SCHEF- 
KKK, of the late linn of Darling fc .Scheil'er, of 
■Stillwater, Minnesota, iM'comos associated with 
us lu tht Itaiiklng liuslness from this date. Uur 
firm name reiitalns unoluniged. The business at 
.Stillwater will Ix' contlnuud uudor tho llrm name 
of Scht.nVr Jk TUomixon's. 

nov30ti THOMPSON BROTHERS. 



Land WAititAXTs, Half lir.*ed and Rf-vulu 
tionary .Scrip— all sizes — prieo. 

jyat* THOMPSON iJi:«>s. 



KitKSii OVSTKKS — Just recived, and will be 
received daily. Also, lioiled Cliick>*ii, .Steaks, 
Veal Cutlets, Ham and K^gs, servtil up in the 
best manner, l.iipiors and Wines i;i" all kinds. At 
the Old Xapoleuu Restaurant, opp.Miite thu Ame- 
ican tlause. 

«i(JJ',ia l'. X. HKIi/. IVoprietor. 



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YOU WANT TO (JLT THE 



In the Department of 
LIQUORS A1V1> ^-^Gr A^\]Lf^ 

Our Stock will be found lacgb and completb at all times, and at prioea to suit tho views o 

closest buyers. D.^cemb( r 1, IS-'.'^ 

R A N T &. F R E E M A N , 



I'llETTIKST BAOOUAL ^'KIRT.S, 

You ever .«uw, go to 

IIOGAN & CAMP',S. 
If yon want to get the 

Best Hooi) Skirt, 

Vou ever had, go to 

IIOGAN & CAMP'.S. 

If you want to ijet t!e» 
IItlllf1l>siO»lli&»t l^l'OMJS, 

In town, i:o t'j 

IIOGAN & CA.M1'".S. 



In fact, anything you want to buy in the Dry 
Gooda Line. 

IIOGAN & CAMP'S 



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is tUc place to buy it. 



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WATSON WK15B, .lit.. 



(Successor to Walter W . Webb,) 

VV'IIOLKSALK DKAI.KK IN 

FOREIGN WINES & LIQUORS AND 

OLD UOUUIJOX AXD IJVK WIII.SKV. 

janl tf .<UII.I:Y lU.OCK, ruiiiD-.-r. 



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Received on ron.-igniiient and to be o\.*i.'U out 
at once — iiotw'itlistaiiliiig hu ud\uiiciu^ auarket 
— :>,ooolbi. Tobacco (11 to Ii. ) 

L. U. fc C. CiKKI*;, 

dec'J!-.'w corner ."''ibiey ami TUiril-st. 



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A (iOOD GIKI,, to d) tho v.ork .*f a small fain- 
ilv. To one coiii!)ete!;t,gtK)d wage", will be given. 
A|i]>ly at this oliiJe. decax-lw 

Q W. WOOLLEY, 

LOWER LEVEE, SAIXT PAUL, 

AXI) 

OominiiSfesiioxi ]\Xci*<*ltuut, 

DKALEi: IX <:i:ocEr.iK3 

GRAIN, PROVISIOXS, LIME, &C., &C., kC. 

AND 
A O K .V T K O i: TUB 

E'ENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD AND 

COXXECTIOXS. 

Contracts for transportation between St. Paul, 
Boston, X -w I'.iigiaiid, Montrird, Xew York and 
all points East, made iipou tUo lowest and most 
favontbie terms. 
aiark puck.Ajres, "C. W. AVOOLLE V, 

Sr. PAfi., 
Janl-dly For 



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Real Estate .\gint, Notary I'nblic aii.l t'onvey- 
eueer, Commissioner of Deeds for the states ot 
New (York, I'ennsylvar.ia, Ma^sachu setts, Ohio. 
and Vermont. Collections iianle — Taxes paid 
for not! r-sidents. lioune rented. 

Ollioe Third .Street, Irvine's ISlock. 

Referenc*'. Hon. Ai.kx. Ka.viskv. jvlO-dly 



A L A R (; E D W Z L LING, 

Near the residence of Gov. Ramsey, on the 
banks of the .Mississippi, in a locality at onceceu 
tral and retiroi. 

HENRY McKEXTV, 

Dealer la Heal Estate. 
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A L M O R A L SKI R T S 



Balmoral Skirt.'s:, 

SILK S 1 Ii 1 P K n . 

The choicest selection of 

BALMORAL SKIRTS, 

Ever brought to th« city, just received by Ex- 
pre.ss. Also a splendid line of 

"Bradley'.s Hoop Skirts," 

Including the favorite brands "Pride of the 
World," " Favoritd Diamond,'' " Immovable 
Tape," Lace Gore, and a great variety of other 



styles, at 
decT-tf 



lIOCiAX A C'AMP'H. 



SKATING 



^EWSON'S C'OMO 

-i-^ PARK. 

TWO MILE.S AXD A HALF FROM ST. I'AIL. 

tlir I'ark kept In good condition for Skating. 

Refreshments furnished when ordered, jaul 

rp O B A C C O, 

Oi^ars, l?ipo«, Siiuii; &c. 

F. W. TUCIIELT, 

Third street, next door to Comb's Hook S 'ore 
Wholesale and Retail Deab'r in Tobacco, Cigars 
&c., is just receiving his fall and winter stock 
and is prepared to till orders to any extent, for 

FINE IMPORTED CIGARS, 

Missouri, Virginia and Kentucky Smoking and 
Chewing Tobacco. Fine Cut Chewing, superior 
to any in the city. 

SWEET BRIAR ROOT PIPES, 
a largo assortment. These pipes are all the go 
now. 

V. W. TUCHKLT, 
Third street, next door to Comb's Hook Store 
St. Paul, Not. 17. novirdly. 



/^ASII PAID FOR LARD AND 
KJ TALLOW. 

At the .St. Paul Soap and Candle Factorv, Eagle 
street, near I'pper Levee. 
decir-J.w* L. BEACH, PropH-*' 

r\ E. W^OLSEY & CO., 

(SUCCESSOR to L D. W^ILSOK,) 

Oommissiou l>Xcx*cliaut», 

NO. 211 SOUTH WATER ST., CHICAGO. 
CASH ADVAJTCKS ON CONSIGN.MKXTS. 
marl-dfcwly 



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The undersigned hare removed to Messrs 
Nicols k, Dean's Iron .Store on Third street. Par- ' 
tl«s having notes orac;*oiints parable at our oflice 
are requested to call and si'tf le the same immedi- ■ 
»tely. S. P. & 1'. F. IIODGKS I 

November 2:1, 18«2. uovjy-^Jm 



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EMPORIUM 



Ooole^^-, Oai*^"ei»&: Oo. 

JACKSC»X SI REET, BETWEEN LEVEH 
AXD THIRD, ST. PALL, 
Having lately maile liberal addit'.-.'ns to their large 
uud Well ussorted stock of 

ITtnioy C>ri*o<»er'ies,r'i*iiitfii, 

invite the early attention of Suttlers and others 
seeking .Vriiiy .Supplies, to their selection *f Goods, 
which they oli'er at close ligures for Cash or Gov- 
ernment Vouchers : 

Canned ITi-iiitH. 

PEACHES .W-i dozen, fresh a»id Uno. 

RASI'IJEKRIKS -JW) do do do 

BLACKBERRIES '-'00 do do do 

CHERRIES 2WJ do do do 

WHORTLEBEltltlES .MM do do do 

Foroijjn Fruits. 

IIA ISIXS, (Lever & M. R.)— wholes, lialves tt qra. 
CL" RRAXtS— f.esh and good. 

PRUNES— kegs and jars. 

PLUMS— French. 

DATES. 

Se stirs*. 

100,000 — erabraciue large variety, and including 
Kuiiie clioic<> and popular brands. 

ToI>acco«. 

-50 Packages, Including assorted grades — Plug, 
Fine Cut Chewing, Smoking, Billy Bowlegs, 
Sluerschaum, Kinnikiuiok, ik.c., kc. 

Oy.ster.s and Sardines. 

A full line f.ivorite brands ; also, LOBSTERS, 
SAL.MOX, HALIBUT, HERRIXG, &c., &c. 

Ui-andies!, "Wines, Hourbon 

"VVliiislvy, &o. 
A large variety, including some One f Md Bran- 
dies and Whiskjs, (bottled), which we can coBiH- 
denlly rocouini«'nd as very superior. Also, 



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ATTORXEYS i. COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 

Office in McClung's (PhaMii.v) Block, corner of 

Third and Wabashuwsts., 

ST. PAUL MIXXE.SOTA , 

Will practice in all the State and Fideral Courts. 
3Ioiiey loaned on good security. 
4^^ Special attention paid to colleotin/. 
w. 11. «;i!ANT. dec'i-tmos j. m. fi:kkman. 



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SPENCER 



Our Stock is now complete, embracing ALL 
If AT IS XEW IX 



(iinger Wine, 
<iiiiger IJratidy, 
Peach Brandy", 



Blackberry Brandy, 
Ai>ple Bra'ndy, 
Cherry itrandy. 



ConUeotionei'v. 

Fig Paste, a.-sorted Candies, Gum Dropj, Loa 
onjies, Liquorice, Spruce t^ium, &.C., &c. 

T<rutB. 
A full line, including every variety. 
October 14, IbO','. 



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ANTED. 

2 Chair Slakers; 1 Good 



3 Ciibinet Mak-r? ; 
Cfciir I'aiiiti-r, at tli«! 

I^£a,(>tin£s Sttjam Sasli anil 

n.itnx'e ITaotoi'y. 

Also, for sale, a 

I'OiiTAULE .STEAM ENGI.NE & BOILER, 

Cvliuder S inch bore, and 14 inch stroke. 
85-d HERZOG ft CORSON, Hastings. 



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The (ireat Western String Band (formerly Wag- 
ni'r'.s Baml) is apiain prepared lor the winter sea- 
son, Hiid offer tlieir siTvice to the public generally 
lor Balls, Parties Concerts, etc., etc., at liberal 
rail -1. Parties wishing good music and calling 
will plea.se address Wvt uiid«'rslgned. 

Orders for the Uaiid may also be leftat Munger's 
Music Store. 

GF.ORtJE SEIBERT, 

Residence on Tenth street, north of Jackson-st., 
next door t j the .^candiuavian Church. dec-'--*w 



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BE JEAN & CO., 



CARltlAGE MANUF.VCTURERS, 

COKNKK Oh lirXII AND KOBEltT STREETS, SI 
r.VLt., MINNESOTA. 



We are prepared to manufacture to order all 
kinds of Bi<i<;iEs, <VTri;i:s, lusuikf. waoons, 

KXeitKSS ANO tJKOCKKV WAGONS, CONCORD 

iiA'Ksand STACK sLKKiiis, of the best quality, 
and late>; pattern, and of Eastern stock, which 
enables ns to warrant them in evry particular. 
Also all kinds of repairing promutly and faittiful 
ly executed on the most reasonable terms. 

|<>4..1*'.ni 



TNDIAN WAR IMPLEMENTS. 

The undersigned are Agents for 

BALLARD'S CELEBRATED 
Breech I^oadins Army Carbines, 

I'he mo.«t jierfect and most convenient breech 
loading gun in u.<se. Orders received at our oiSce 
where a sampl.* may be seen. 
89-tf J. C. BURBANK k. CO. 



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URNITUKE. 



JOHI^ i?ri:mrose 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

CABINET AND CHAIR 

FXJlijSriTUIlE 

OF EVERY VARIETY. 

Keeps constantly oa hand a complete assort- 
ment of 

i'AKLOR, 

GUAIIBER, 

DINLXG-KOOM 

yXJRNITTJRK, 

OF ALL STYLES, AXD OF SUPERIOR WORK* 
MANSltir. 

Most of my Furniture is of my own mannfae- 
lure, made of thoroughly seasoned material and 
equal to the best there is made in the U. S. A. 

As a iiiniHe sixpence is always better than a 
slow shiling, I am determined to sell a very light 
shade abo\ u cost. Everybody is respectfully in- 
vited to give me a call before purchasing. 

«3-REMEMBER PLACE: Stone Build- 

in|5— Third Street— above the Bridge St. I'aul 
Minn. °)ttn'.i4dly 



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S . C O ^I B S , 

Is on hand with his usual large 



Dentist, 23 "Vears, 
MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 

As far as I know, my terms for practice will b*» 
the usual fees of Dentists of this State. 

I insert ARTIFICIAL PIVOT TEETH, which 
are healthier, cheaiHT, m»re beautiful and durable 
than teeth set ou plate. 

Pivot Teeth no not Prevent the Tastino 
OF Food— Plate Teeth do. 

I so stop decayed places in the crowns of Tt;eth 
(elegantly,) as to last the life of the patient. 

iK^ Gousultations without charge. 

a2I-6ra 

"P R I E N D S AND PATRONS : 

Our j 
HAT 1 

]Millirierv Drj^ Goods, 

and LADIES' FURXIsmXG and FANCY AR- 
TICLES. Our French Hats are quite prettv ; iu 
Felt, Beaver and Plush, we have the latest designs. 
We have MilUnery articles bv the quantitv, to 
suit the trade. In Shawls, Cioaks and Cloaking, 
we have a large supply- we have twenty dit'.erent 
pattfrns; one is the McClellan— the pattern cost 
*'J0 ia Paris. Also, the (iotliic and E.xulsior 
Cloaks, so much admired in high circles. East. 
Our stock is large in Nubias, Uoods, .Sontag.^, 
French Opera Hoods, Zephyr Worsted Wool, 
Yarns, Hosiery, Gloves, Eiiibroiditries, White 
Goods, &,c., &c. Dress Goods, Balnioial and Hoop 
Skirts, by the (juautity. Five du/en Winter 
Shawls, that must be sold, with almost every ai ti- 
de wanted iu the hou^ekeepillg line. We solicit 
an early call. Respect lully your.-;, 

MRS. J. .1. DUG AX, 
Below Day & Jenks' Urug Store, Third Street 
where the wax lady is in tli« window. o:i3-tf 

M. N. KELLOGG, 

WHOLESALE AMD RETAIL DEALER IX 

TOYS, 

Apples, Quinces, Chestnuts, 

LEMONS & CONFECTIONERY. 

Children's CABS — every variety; Egg, Lemon, 
Ginger, Boston and Soda CRACKEUS; travel- 
ing, School and Work BASKETS; MAPLE SU- 
GAR; Fresh CAXDIES from New York— also 



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4a* TUK BUS r CIOAllS IN THE CITT. 

M. N. KELLOGG. 



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AX DEEDS 



THE PRESS PRINTING COMPANY 
Have now on hand the latest ana best form of 
tax deeds. It is suitable for sales under the sev- 
eral acts of the Legislature, aud in conformity 
with all tliair requisitions, and is prepared i>} .ji'^> 
State authorities 
Price Sfl cents per dozen, or #3 per hnndr«^d. 

TO EXCHANGE FOR REAL ES- 
TATE. 

t|»3,iOO in Goods at X'ew York prices, con - 
sisting of Hats, Caps, Kaw Horn Combs, Ready 
Madti clothing, and Jewelry, is offeredfor imprc/- 
ed or unimproved Lands iu this or the adjoutiug 
counties, also city property in ."-t. Paul. 

dcc'JOtf IRA BIDWELT. 



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O L I D A Y 



BOOKS 



GIVE DAVENPORT A CALL. 
Great assortment of 

Bhotograxihic? Albums. 
ANNUALS. 

JUVENILEBOOK.S. CHILDREN'S BLOCIi^. 

Dissected Ricturers. 
PORT 1^ OLIOS. 

GAMES OF ALL KINDS. 
TOY BOOKS. 

Everything In his line. 

DAVENPORT IIAS GOT 'EM. 

decao 

T>AILROAD TIES WANTED. 

The undersigned will purchaso 

i«s,ooo 

OAK, NORWAY PINE OR TAMARACK 

ISailiroacl Ties, 

.Sawed or Hewed, in lots large or small as mav 
suit the party proposing to furnish. To be S feet 
long, fi inches thick, average r inch faces, deliver- 
ered from 1st of May to 1st of ,luly, 18«3, on X\w 
line of the Railroad at any point from St, I'aul to 
St. Cloud. 

CASH PAID FOR SAME. 

For any further infornmtion apply personally 
or by letter f o 

WM. B. LITCHFIELD & CO.. 
decl8-t janl frit. Paul. 



VARIETY OF BOOKS 

AND GOODS SUITA BLE for the HOLIDAY'S. 

The Public are invited to examine his Stock 

which is now open forlnsjiection, at bis 

BOOK & STATIONERY EMPORIUM, 



AUCTION SALE. 

Adjutant Genkrai.'.h Ofkk h, * 
St. Pail, Dec. L>9tli, ist".-,'. j 
Will be sold at l*ublic Auction, on FRIDAY 
the Oth of January, isCl, at 10 o'clock, tlie fol- 
lowing named property : 
i'i Horses. 

2« Double Wagons, parts ot which are broken 
and missing. 
1 Express Wagon, on Springs. 
1 Single Wagon. 
A lot of old Harnesses. 
A lot of old .Saddle*. 

A lot of Neck Yokes, Chains and Collars. 
The alwve named property wa.s inipress.'d into 
the service of the State, at the conimenrement 
of the Indian War, up the 3Iinne.sota Vallev, and 
has not iH'en claimed by persons owning the'sanie. 
and will l>e sold without reserve, to the highest 
bidder, for cash down, at Berkey's stable. Eagle 
street. 

By order of the Quartermaster General. 
WILLIAM M. KIMBALL. 
dec-IO-td for the State. 



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ATAWBA BRANDY 



Tliird-St., St. I>aul. 



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OTICE OF DISSOLUTION. 



ihe llrm of Cooler, Tower & Co., Saint Paul, is 
dissolved by mutual cou.sent. M. C. Coo:ey hav- 
ing purchased the interest of G. F. & R. E. Tower, 
the buslnecs will be continued, as heretofore, un- 
der the name and styl.; of Coolev, Carver k Co., 
who as.^ume all the liabilities a'lid adjust all the 
nuscttled business of the late firm. 

MARTIN C. COOLEY, 
GEORGE F. TOWER, 
KUFUS E. TOWER. 
Saint Paul, Decemb<'r 1st, lt>02. 



Tteferriiig to the aliove, we take pleasure in 
tendering thanks to our friends for past favors, 
and with renewed a.-isurancesof our best personal 
attention to their interests, we invite their con- 
tinuance, coulldeiit that with undiminished facili- 
ties, wo can serve them acceptably. 
Very respeclfullv, 

novJO CJOOLEY, CARVEQ h CO. 



The undersigned having been appointed soltt 
Agent for the sale of 

LYON'S PUKE OHIO CATAWBA BRANDY 

For the State of Blinnesota, calls the attention ot 
Physicians and the public to its medicinal ijuali- 
ties. 

WALTER W. WEBB. 
St. Paul. .Talv M. IMS. |v»t ristn 

■[yrETAL WAREHOUSE. 

VANDERVOORT, DICKERSON & CO.. 

importers or 
Tin I»lnto &o., 

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X»t>ot iiiicl HIioo 

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imuuin:'..;. r. r.Kr. Koi;Kicr»jACKoOX, 

> i . ;■ \: I., >I:iint'sot3, 
Ki'i; • cos~::.:::'.\ on IniuJ auil makeg to order 

U'hich a.'.> uarr.ijit.'il :v) ill) as ;:iH''1 s-tmc. asul 
n!' i- ^- .o.l .>ti;>' ..;i.l -uorkiii:!!!.-!!!!!) as il" niUiU' tii 



>i!".;;:. -!iv\!<< k.»;: .<i;".vr.i> i-.oors, 

I'ii.' first iiitr.H,iai>'.i in tUi.s ciiv, v.iil b,> j.ut in 
Wlii*;» oril ri'.!. I'l-.i.s lu-iU.'s t!i<'^>.)ot stri.n^iv'rand 
lli-<r.' •Itin''!-', .I'!'' !' I'L'lUtT aU'l tit.«i u-<:it-r. 

U: :'AlulN.. .'. >iii the slwft-'st Qotid'*, ami 
lu a _• ■ > ! .i:. 1 U( .;t -£; : '. 

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t^ .Ms'j, War -Il >usf Tn:c-k.i, L'?tti r 
^" l'res.-.s,ii-.,&.-. 

i-Atur.AXK-!, fiilKKN'i.KAKi lO., 

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K.T .i;>;n 5!. !-.;■ . '.V J. L. ill.C. Utrtaul 
li, '■■> 

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T';f< ."^.i.-iilv \v;m o; -.Mni/.-il iii {):■• v.-ir K".'.> 
ivitli » iv.sh iv.:.il:il if ^Iki.ikni .i.po-Ii.v") irr-v.Ka 
:>!.■ vii'ii till- iii>iir»i f" l>.'i.:ir;!ii.'ii; tif tin- .■«t »ii 
il" .\.iv ViM-k, ill I iifii'tl .Sciios b^>ni5>i, o* whirl; 
it uilow- (nil .-..v.-n {MT f.-iit. J"'' a!i:iui.i t > th- 
.•i.c'ivht>li!.r.., :iR.l tl • f iti.-v l.rinil- of ttu> b:i»i 
.., s;. 1, .luii-.'.I I.;.- tl .' |i..l:cy iin;,;.-i •. in., u •( 
.ir.iiit.'i :.; !«(> vi'iirs Mtiouiiis t^) .•*l'.'.'.i "■i. wlii. !i 
-!io"- an uiiparall.-I (.1 suoc.-> in iIk- lii.-t >rv ot 
'.iff lK<iir;iiK-i>. !i- iiiit-ratitins 8r»> ?n:i;i:i^."i')iy d 
iSjar.t of l)ir>-i-tijrs i'i>iii;n>>i->l tit" t"'- t!i.» jiMcit 
l>'.isiiu'>s iiK'ii oi* thr *iMtii:r>, uiiil i.- I'.i-in-'.s^t i- 
•oiiili!ci''il I'litir.-!* I 11 Jill- i.'a>h i.l.iii. Pivi.tcii I- 
:u tKi- pi)!i'-v lixIii.T- wili Ik- tiu»>l»-i>v.Tj- i;v.'- far;! 
Ill 1 1... r..:ini.ii- iii.:i' i.o.:utr. oilV-va fiju.'il U'J 
-auiap'< to I!'* lU'.iI. rs. 

wm.c. vi.i;.\am>ki:. iv ,i.i-iit. 

il.NKV IV Il'kni;, Vio- rn-i.l.rit. 
iji.c. \\ . IMiM.ii's. Votiiin. 

U.S. I»l KAM». .>l!h%ankrc, «;.'ii.Asf. 
W. W. Ki\.., >f>U' .V»roii:ior .Miuut-.-ota. 
l>i:. \Vm. I Ai-. ; .-t. l'.!:.!. 
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&\b irnH gimp. 

T A M r S A X i) OIL. 
A ii>w and coiuuK'to Jtock of 

IL<2i»ip.*i« mill l^lxturcei, 

An<l tlio l>p*t brand.' of 

OIL. 

lor sal.' at 7'/.W.'V TO vr/T TJIK T/Mr.S. 
S. K. I'LTXAM, 
'J*^ Comi-r^of Third and Miirkot Ktrwt*. 

]vr A K V I iT' b 

(J ROCI V L:R V I lOTlSE. 



1863. SjPI ; IJNQ^. 1863. 
irsOERNOT^L'S BLOCK 

DRY GOODS FOR CASH. 



^invdiratc. 



IROIV and HTEEJL 



■■•9« Office, tit. ITuDl. Minnesota. 



OiilVi: MuLKS. 



1 

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1862. 



HEAVY HAKDAYARE 



WINTEB ABRANGEMENT. 



JIST r.H XIVEI) ASD 
I,'I(.»»J UJUMXO GUiSSKS A.M> MIKKOIW. 



OIL— Til K VKliYUK&T. 

',"vW «;Ar.i.uN;i AT rr.o.M Tiiinxr tu io:;tv 

CKJfTS A GALT.U1I. 




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LILL & DIVEUSY, 

L I L I.. ' S S X O C Iv . 

AMI 

L A u V. i: y. K K u , 

t'tifrr/-:/: a.\i> /;/;o;r.v iT'n T. 

Sold l>y bu.: : .. ■ i aud d. !iviTe«l fn-.- of charge. 

WAI. CO.\iirA.N:J, 
1BV-H.i!v AkiK.XT, St. Paul. 



-p L O li E X C E S E >V 1 X c, 
:NtACIIIN'E AaEXCV. 

ilui" dAor Has: of l>avoiijiort's iSook.^to-', oi 
'fllW Slrt-t. 

Tlw "FUIKK-Vfi:- >K\VIX:.J MACJHXL- 
iw«k«* r^rii Ditiiii:t;sT stitcli-s on ohh ami tin 
■iuit> i)i4t:iiiu(>. TltU4 tt>» l<k k, ixirtii.t.-i.. >• k 
KSur Av:> i'«»!-nLi -KNOT, ail or" which niaki' th. 
*»'ani allk ■ on Wtli sidfs of th<' labrlo, Kit'i.T or 
aU eau t • produced w!ii».' :!i.- Macliini' ii in liio 
tion. 

i'li'-y l.iv.' rh--> R!;VKi:-iii:.;: .•: k.;i ■'i.uion 
which .•tcihlt',-. 'a • oj»'ra:or to havo th'- work car- 
rj-citliiT '.v:'y, or to chang»» tho direiiioii, iimt 
fasti'u til" fiiil of M-aia-, v.-.-ich, toii^t^ier witli 
Uiukin:; a Ions and a raort stitch, i. duiu; -iiuiih 
by tuniinjf a tiiuiuh s.-ri'v,-. 

Th-'ir iii'jiiiins itri* all pcitiv;*. Tht'rc art> in 
§|*riu,a:.s to ?•■! u.it of ord-T. 1 Ii^-y an> so siinj.li 
that the iiios: iii.-.v'i.Ti.'iiced i-anSrork tli«'ia jx-r 
li'utlv and with I'i.T'. ffi.'v ar.* noisklls-, ain; 
4»n th* w*«i WhtTt' quit't ia ii.?C!'s-arv. 

Tlwy i*r« the JA.siKsi SKWr.i:-^ in thi 
WOULD, making (;■,« siitciu-:. to >'ac:i r.'voialion. 
Thin- oil ti<nirt*>«.-s. Th.ir siitirh is tin. womi.-i 
of a!J, b'tau-." of in coiubiii»-d hLAsin .rv 
sri'.KXiitH and KK Airv. 

Pricf* No. 1. «i»:.'ii'. No. •:;, Jir.ixj. X.).',, .-J'r.oo. 

So. -I, #r-.<rt. No. j, *'rr,o'i. No. •), J-'-.Mi, No." 
t'abiju't «i>i-n.T, ifM.<»<, Xo. 7 I'.ibin-t cmtd 
$*->.•"', Malii>^any ^'.^T.'*', Uosi-wood i'.'.ij.'jij. 
ll.-mui>"r* and iiU'ui'a'Siarj- tools includr'd iu th»- 
aljovi' priivs. 

On hantl ilitB>'r»?nt kinds of !uw.»r prii..! Ma 
c!iiu>'s. I'all and s-h- th-- "Flori-'u-.' .Maoiiin.'s." 

ivL>-dtf I,. U-. HAMrorK. 

A r i .^ S E L 1 Z A W~A S'S , 

TUIl.i> - i I.; i.i, NLXT DtlOK Tti «jl;KhXLhA; ■. 

1- I. 'W r'f'iviii;j 

Dii*€H*t ironi Xe\v Yoi'k, 

A 1. \i;<i:: as>< )i:rMf..Nr of th-vry 

UlLlIE.sr AXU l..VrEST STYLES 
MILEINERY OOOOS, 

To wUijli SI" lrivit"s tho attention uf 

Tlie IL.ru lit'!- of rft. Paul and othfr 
'i\>\v»v-4 ill the Stitlo. 

St. Taul, S^'p;::.;-'i, l-",-. sJ.*-ly 



- - - ' — ' ^ ,^h~ t 

!)E VO ri:D TU FI .-.K V>'U MAKINE IXSUIl.VNCH 

L"A-'t tAl'irAl. ANi» ASsKi'S Of TUB 

^irrXA IXSiJlAXCK CUMIWXV. 
01 liAlMFO! D, CONNKCfKlM', 



»OW I3J STtfUK, A ILLL 3TOCK OF 

CHINA, CllOCKEUY & GLASS \V'* HE 

AT WIIOLiaALK AXD KKTAIL 
AT PRICKS MCCn REDUCK 



OF HAKTFulUt, VOXXFi'TirU'l, 

KKViULIi T.> nut IXSl UAXVK l.Ml.lSIVKt.Tf 

.\<svTd Of fUK 

Pii(j-:xrx ixsn:AXci: comi-ax}, 

Oy liA:;iKOi I>, fO.N.NECTlvLT, 

!^jj?,i.>0 'Jii. 



CITY" 1^'IHK, 

OF lIAUTFunr), roXXKiTlCFl, 

Q\.All CvriTVI. AX!> ASsUTs (>Y TIIS 

CITY Hi;b: IVsUllAXt.'!-: t'<»Ml'AXi' 

Of iiAi:ri oi'.D, I Kxxui. riciT, 

4» J s >.ouu. 



NORTinVF. q-EK\ AGENCY 
3Xutu:il L. lo Iii.»siii-inao«« 

OF W I s' C O X S I X . 

■:sTAi;r,fsHEi) f.v .<aixt paul, 1;02. at 
Tii:; jbFict: 0/ 

o . c \: R T I s 

GK.NhliAL IN •:( RANC;-: AOnNT. 

al-ly Corner oi riiird and Jiituu-sota-st^. 



JUST BKCKIVKI), A LAKGE 9Tt>CK OF 

X«l>Io Ac I'oeliot C!iitloi\v. 

The m^rducts who purehuse in St. i'aul will fiud 
these goods rerj" do«irahli?, :iud ftt 

V E It Y LOW R .\. T IZ &l . 



JUST rECni\'KD, 

A FINE A S S O K T M E X T I) F 
BRITANXIA \VARE, 

IlOLSKKLK4*lX« (ioOUS, LAMPS, tc, Ac. 
V. iii.li;l^al axi> i:i.TAit.. 

II. MAIIVIX. TiiiKD Stk;^kt. 



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M. I . L I X G W O R T II , 



- A S D — 

TOWIsr fLOCK BtJir.UKR ! 

SIGT ,y lllK TOWX CLOCK. 

JACKSCX-ST., - - - ST. PAUL 



ILiviasad over THIRTY YKAUS K.Yl'KKI- 

KXCKiuit^ b"-: AVat.h ^'acto^it•^ ia England 
ttiid .\.in?;a, ho feels hiiuielf comp<.-tt.'nt to do 
Kuythi'A)^ hid line 

A, IIXXIL.E SX7PE14IOK 

to any ofr <'-<tab!i.-.!iinont in the Xortluvest. 

#jf-X;. — l"i'r-»ous %visliing to ptTP-ct them. 
mdvi'S iiln» busini'ss, will b-' n'o-ivi'd nnd^T iu- 
Htructio >a VKItY .MOUKICATK Ti:U.MS. 

(Ijj» !•> w-ork donf» and Clock and Watch 
Wh.".'I.sit for th" trade at low nitt>8. larVy 



ALFP.EI'. nAVI«f)X. A1.0XZf> P. CUSSKl.r 

^ A N T PAUL C L I P F E R 
•LO^W Ir-^CXORY. 




p W . N [ C il O L S , 

General Insurance Agent. 

MRE IXSURANtE, 

MAUIXE IXSIRAXCE. 
LIFE IXSURAXCE. 

I'OUCIK.S 

ts.'U"d on f;'\ jra'ili; I .Tins, ia tin- most roliabl 
l.'oiiipaai s. 

■)K1U K AT (iKO. LITTLE'S UOOKSTOKI, 

J '.:>'■"» U- Tiird sir-it. St. I'aul. Min. 

j^ V V L E s : A p'FriTs :~ 

Tj barrr U ciioico, ju.it reodtodauJ for ealv low 
^y ti. K. l'UTXA.M, 

"l" ^i ^rnpr fliird and Msrkft «trwfii. 

j^ li E A u T I F u lT'cm rrxA g'e 

A ..-harniuiji rp>id.>n( » in AVillis' Addition, built 
ay th" owner for his o .vn usp. with *'very eonif.irl 
and convoni'-nc— well of i>iiri' water, stHble a'ld 
out-biiiliinTs, and a yard with shrubbery and 
.gravel waU''. 

Th' house is not a rier" shell or balloon, but 
built to r»'»i-t the coll of our winters »nd tlu 
heat of our summers. :nd i« leoafd iu r.u ix'.c\ 
iUil che"rf!il ueijfhbori ood. 

^t. Paul, Jun" -.'s, is _'. 

IIENKY MiKF.XTY, 
_*2^ ''*»•'•;» rw>ftl,.r in Ron) KafsfK. 

MANUFAOTUilNG COMPANI 



400 barrels Xo. 1, standard best qualify 

<J«i-l>on Oil, 

Ju.-t received, and for salo to dealers. 

, , . I). I. WATSOX, 

a-Mjanl Urick Clock, Uo!nrt-st., St. Paul. 



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UTJITLDKR, 

.**hop west ^ide of .laekson. between PiMli.iHd 
>i.\th str.M-tswliere everytliin;,' reijnired in tlie 
laielinj: d.ie will he prohipMy att.-n.l"d !o. 

*•*"•'"•' ''"IS done at short nviict.-uiid nn reason- 
a ble ter nn . novH-ly 

p A L M E II ' S P U R E 

\^ I >s li a ^v n . 

This is the kind of Vinegar that should be t!i«(j 
by all ho:i»eke-n"rs for 

I* I C K I., K H 

AND laii 

TA.lil^lZ. 

It is warranted puro and wholc.-oiue, tnd to 
ST've perfjct satisfaction uhererer us"d. Try it, 

AND YOU WILL ILVYE XO OTHEIL 

For .salp at o-jf work* on .«ibley nfreet, and by 
ail grocers who l.a>e an eye to keeping 

CUOICE GOODS FOU .SALE. 

C. C. LEWIS Si CO. 



li E M O r A L. 



i-'''"^'^^ 





I 



ThPuerslgned havlnf? f .rmed a p^rtnrrshl 
for the inutacture and «ale of I'l.oWS, are now 
prepirito furniih farmers aiid d.-alern wits 

THE DEST PLOWS 

Ever cred in tlie State, and at prii^es to suit th 
timeK.VV'i' will always bave on hand a large stoc 
of Ca.'^teel antl Common Steel Cross Plows 
Cornlowi, Kr.aking and Grub Plows, of al 
»i/e,s.d of the best material. 

Hai;4 had tlie material selected for our espe 
ci.il tie, and the I'iows In-iug luunufuotured un- 
'er t supervision of 

(FOItMEItLV OF ST. AXTUOXT.} 

WE W-VKnAXT Til EM 

To tof liyht dranarht, clean in any soil, andglra 
good satufaction generally. 

PAJtCUI-AU ATTICXTIOS Will To 1:KI»AIIJI.XG. 

Faiers ! save your old plow* ^nd we will work 



PATEXT FIKE EVAPOKATOKS, 
I'ATKNT SCt.AK CAXF: MILLS, 

r.VTLXT STi: VM TOIL K VAPoi: VTOI:^, 
PATENT STAMP MILLS 
ror. 
PIKE'S PE.VK Oil LAKE SUPERIOR 

.Send for Circulars, viih cuts and descriplion- 
price<, &i.c.; also, 

SAW JIILLS, I'LOlJRIXf; MILLS 

.VM> MAi IIIXKia' I'K ALL KK-^rlMrTtOXS, 

Too nunier )us to mention. 

CHICAGO, - . ILLIXOIS. 

I'.W.fiATES, President. 
X. K. Air-nts wanted tverywher", 
mr7-diwlv 



HAYDEN, KAY & CO., 

Have rpinoved to 

Xos. 45 and 4.7 Lake St.. 

Where they are prepared toshowrA.sii iiurrn.sol 

SADDLEPiY HA1U)WA1{E 

AND 

Cavi'ing-e TLViiiiining-s 

The largest and U'st a.ssortPd stock to be found in 
tlio XOUTIIWEST, embradn;! 

Si'RIXGS ANT) AXLES, IIUB.S. SPOKLS, 
IKLLOE.'^, Ac, Ac, 

CAUIUAUK IIdUIKS AXIJ SEAT.S, EVAMKLKl) 
Cloiii, Patlxt LKATIIK!-., 

Also a large assortment, of 

Horse Collars and Jilani is. Whips and 
Lashes, isklrtin^, Bridie, foliar and 

HARNESS LEATHER, 

All of whicli will be offered at 
l?i-ico« that will not l>e TTuaors*old 

Agcnt« for 

MoWRY'S Spkis<;s axd Axlk.s, Ckoi. KKT>8 

Vai;mmiik.-.. 
Dole's Hub Boxing Machine and Hollow Augers. 

P. IlATnr.x, W.V. Kav, P. Wilsox, 

New \ork. Chlctiijo. Cincinnati, O. 

a2:>-;:nid 



1>. W. Ineroffsoll Sc Co., 

HAVK JUST KECUVEU A L VBOK STOCK OF 

SPRIXa DRY aOODB, 

<'05SI.-;tiso of 

FANCY DilESS GOODS, 

Of every variety of quality, will bo sold at prlc<"< 

TO SUIT T II H TIMES. 

Mottled Morello Cloths, from 10 to 2ic per yard ! 
ruMi) TOIL DK cnKvi:t:s, 

i:.MnROII>KRKli I'UIL I>K «;IlKVr.K», 

j;vKi-.v va::ik.tv ot ciiallkys 

KMBKOtDKBKD AXDUKKY UltlSAlLLKd 
BLIK, (:ttl:.KM AXIJ HISK IIF.r.KAUK LKXIFINA. 

i:.x«:t.f'if, ruExcii axk amf.kicax Mous.Lixr. pk 

I.AIXKS; I'lUXTKl* LAW.VS IX 

ori:.\t v.iKiETr. 

A SPLKNDIl) STOCK OK (ilN'GIIAMa 
ALSO 

BLACK XSD RICH FANCY SILKS. 

MKX AXIi noYs' .Sf.MVEi; WKAi:; 

BnOAIK^L«>TH)J, BLAtK & KAXCY C.VitSI.MKRKS, 
SATTIXKTS, .VXD SL.MMKK CLOTHS. 
A L .S O 

A VERY LAUOK STOCK O* 
IIOSlKltY, GI^O^ KS, 

.vx i> 

t: 31 « R O I r> E R I E s, 

rAi:.\sor.s, sex umukkllas, ktc, 

ALSO 

A LAKGE STOCK OF 

DOMi:sriC .VND FOREIGN GOODS, 

BV THK flLCK OR PAIJKAGK FOK THE 

COXJIVTrtY TIl^VI>E. 

-COUXTllY MKRC1IAXT3 

("an purchase th.ir (ioods of us, and 

SAVE TIME AND MONEY. 

We invito the attention of the ladies to our new 

■tyles of Cloaks and Mantillas. 
OUR KNTIltK SXOCK 

WILL BS 

SOLO Foil c^sn, 

AT PRICES TO DEFY COMPF:tITION. 
The public are invited to visit 

OX7R :XKW SXORK. 

D. W. INGERSOLL & CO. 

tpr30-dly at. I'aul, MianesoU. 

A T W H O L E S A L E . 

A large a'jortnient of Xew Style 

tloods. Ni-ibias, 

ALSO 

MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, 

WOOL SOCKS. 
Buck Grlovcri & Mittens, 

Having a surplus of these goods wk 
WILL CLOSE THF.M OUT AT li.VUGAIXS. 

rio<;tiii «Sc Osiini>. 

novW ' 



O K D E Tl 

NOIlWAr NAIL RODS, 
BURDEN'S HORSE SHOES, 

iSTails and S^jikes, 
SLEIGH SHOES, 

ct:tter SHOES 

JsJleigrli and Cuttei 
1^ XJ IV IV E R, H , 

Bent Cutter Stuff; 
or 

HALL, KIMBAllK & CO., 

C III C A O O . 

aa(-ly 



aUNNESOTA STAGE CO., 

CAEKYIXO THE 



On week days from 7 o Clock A. M. to r= .' o'clock 

1*. M. 

On Sundajs, from 12 o'clock M. to 1 o'clock 

I*. M. 

wiNTEii ai:i:ax(;emkxt. 

AltltlVAL AMI HKPAIITIUK OF ilAIS. 

For r.ACrosse— iCastern Mail— Leaves daily, ex- 
Jei't Friday, at 5 A. M. 
Arri\'e> daily, except Ti'esday, at << P. M. 
For Minneajsolis— :oa\os d.-dly, except Sunday, 

'BpS:^:;:;^^ \ northwest'n express 

Arriv-s dnily, except .<:undav, at r. r. M. ' AXi) thk 

Fur lludsju— leaves daily, except Sunday, at ^ 

I ' ArriVe., daily, except Sundav, a, r .-. M. UlliteU States >Xail. 

I lor olankato— ii-aves diiily, except Sunday, at 

Arrive.s daily, excejd Sunday, at ij'iout 1-' m, 
: F'i>r XortiUield — leaves daily, except Sunday. 
I at I A. M. * •" 

Arrives daily, except Suiidav, at about 7 P. M. 
I For SunrisM Cify— leaves iloiidav, Weduosdav, 
and F'riday. at ('. a. m. 

Arrives inesday, i'hursdav and Saturday, at 
about ; I', yi. ' ' 

lort :Minon I alls— |e:tves Tuesday, at 7 A. M. 

Ariive-i Wednesil.iy, at T p. m. ' 

For l.'i'd \\ ins— K-av.s AVediitfsJav, at S A. m. 

.\rrives Tn.'Miay, Ht r, p. y,. 

l'or<':irver— |.'a\e> I'lmrsday. at 7 A. .>f, 

.Arrives WedneMl.iy, sit 7 e.M. 

For Cotta;;.. (irove— leaves Saturday, Mt ] p.m. 

Arrivv-- Salnnijy. at 1;^ .»!. 

M.dls leaving bilore 7 ocl-jck A. M. clo'e at 
" P. y. 



Tlio roadi4 are well stocked with first cla«a 
. horses Concord Coaches, with careful and e.xp..- 
nenced drivers, all under th« control of comyo- 
tent agents. *^ 



SCIIKDCLK OF DEPAP.TfRE.S KP.OM SAIST P.llL 




For Stillwater— Daily, at S a. m. 

n!;!;.'' n'l^V^**' ^'^'■'!"n. »»• Lawrence, Bell,, 

Sio IX St i'T""' '-r *.?'"".'■• ""*'*^''- Inverse do 
bioux, St. 1 eter and Mankato— Daily at a. p. ii, 

For KosenuHMit, Castle Itock, Xorthlield" Can- 



piONEER FOUNDRY AND 

AGKICLLTLUAL WOKKS, 

Corner of I'ifth and Pike streets. 
This ostablishment is now in full operation, an 
is prepared to furnish all kinds of 

JUOX AXD BRASS 

CASTIXiiS, FORGIXG,«:c., 
at the lowest Eastern rates, \ iz. Heavy Mill cast 
inirs, Columns, ."Sash weights. Orate liars, Sleik'h 
shoes, &r., three cents per jiound. Brass cast- 
ings. Babbit metal, L'j to ."50 cents per iKiund. 
Lathe work i»:f.ri«i p-r day. Particular attention 
ffiven to Steam F:ii<rinn and Boiler work. Thresh- 
ing Machine repairing promptly attended to. 

Steam Engines and Boilers. Threshing machines 
new and second hand, d, for sale or exchange 
very low. 

.. , GILMAX t. BUSHXELL. 

St. I'AfL. .Tu ly 5Th . Iwi.'. ,ijy 

i iro~ir7" 

.T. 13. 13 i^ A r> E IV. 

liliVLKK IX 

inOX, ]S^AILS, STEEL, 

SPRIXOS. AXLES. CARRIAGE TRIMMIXGS, 

L.ather Belting, t^oil ( hain. Horse Kails and 

Shoes, Thimble Skeins and Boxes, 

Window Sash and GIa.-.s, Axes, Kettles, Shelf and 

H:ea■\•7^' IXswilwiirc, 

PITTSBURG- GOAL 

A LARGE STOCK OF PLOWS, 

Warehouse on Third street, between Slinnesot. 
and C e<lar-gt8., St. Paul. otJ-tf 

IXON'S STOViT POLIsTf ~vnT) 




prepaid by United rsta',.- pL.-ij^" .-.tamps, exout 



In cases wh. re prepayiK-.."! oniett.-rs.Tc.', to fori Mont'ie .n?'""^-r!*"*' /^""K*- 0«>no, Orlan.L.. 
eijjn couiitries is optional and tile seud.r. do uol i ri^n^i, <^ '';''"»at'''-, M. AugusU and at, 
wish to j/repay. v-iouu — uauy, at i .v. m. 

„ ^''^^ •'j?M'' liaP'ds, «<'lle Prairie, F'ort Ripley and 

tfl"' }V"f-f}^*''"i^y». Thursday's and Satur 
day s at 5 o clock a.m. 

For Richmond, Sauk Centre, Alexandria. 
Cliippewa Pomme de Terre, Breckinridge, Foi t 
Aoercroiubie— Monday's and Wednesday's at J 

o'clock A. M. / • «» J 



1 ersoiis ma-.I.ng letters, n-wspapers, &<•., 
whether domestic or to foreiyrn couiilries, should 
therefiiri'aM-i-rluiu at the olilce of^ mailing, tlie 
exact postajje in each ca-e and Hillx Cnited .st'al ■.■. 
l)OStage stamps of sullici. nt viihiu to prej.ay the 
full postage thereon. 

ClIAS. XKMIOLS, Posiina>ter. 
St. I'aul, Xovember i.'i, IMJ. 



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BLA( K LEAD f RUCIRt ES, 
For sale at WEST'S Paper, Tin and Rag Ware 
House, whem you ran buy Stove Pipe live cents 
less than at other stores. Also, all kinds of sec- 
ond hand Merchandize, old Iron, Rags, Lead, 
Copp«'r, Tin, &c. Stoves wanted. Cash Paid on 
delivery. Two and one-half cents paid in gootis 
for good Cotton Ra|;s, at 

WESTS, on R»bi'rt--f., 

oJntf I.arge Stone Building, next to ;;d-«t. 

Rag- wansd— for wliieh ic perjiuund vvillb.,- 
jiaid. Jlink Tiaps for .'-ale. 

§lfeifdkiwouj$. 

jj oiTs E F o It inrN~T 

.V small house with live rooms, and a good cel- 
ar, for rent on easy terms to a good tenant. 

LOCATIOX CEXTRAL. 
fnquice at this office. KfiO-tf 

T. P A U L C IIAlIi FACTOR Y 



©roccricc-. 

Q.' ~Er~S~Cir N A B E L ~ 

IX MOFFATT'S CASTLE, CORXER OF 4tj! 
AXD JACK.SOX STREETS. 

IiEALlilt ix 

orockkip:s, GiiA^iyr, 

-tYis'^jD piiovisiosre. 

Keeps constantly on hand a full aL'cply of Co.tj 
Corn ileal, »>ais and Bran. 

Nice Leaf Lard and Sug.ir Curf-d nams. 

Any quantity of butt-r ami eggs. 

He bas made arraii.:.'"iuents to receive two or 
three times a week from the country the choicest 
roll butter. 

Also agency for C. H. H. Baker's extra flour, 
winch is pronounced the best in the city. 

Goods delivered in all parti- of the city free of 
gj!:"'g"- 101 :r,m 

J^^ W. ED D Y, 
Oenoi-al GJi-oeer 

AST) IlKALi:]'. IX 

TJJE BEST FAMILY FIWVISIOXS, 

FORT STRE1;T, ST. PALL, 

Keeps constantly on liand the best of Sugars and 
Cotlee. ° 

The choicest Green and Black Tea?. 
Stewart's and Belchers Syrupy. 
The best family brands I'l'our. 
Dried fruits. Pure Wiuv.s, and Liquors for me- 
dicinal purpo>es. 
The D«'Mt Dairy Butter. 
Durkee's Spices. 

The ctlibrat.-d Danilelion Coffee. 
Lamb's Hams and .\mes' Dri.d Beef. 
MoodiMiand Flartlnn Ware, &c.. 

Which will be sold as low as the lowest and de 
liverod promptly, 



„„ I'Tt ,j*''t,*".'* connections for Superior 
and Baylield-Monday's AVoduesday's auirFri 
days, at 7 o'clock A. .M. 



..«"'' '^'"■'/.','7J'"'^'*'"'«" inquire at the Gener* 
Otfice on 1 bird Street. 

nov.'l-dly 



J. C. BURBAXK & CO., 
I'roprietors. 



1862. 1862. 1862 



Iini>oi-taiit to Slxippci-«s. 



je-»r dly 



FREE OF CHARGE. 



J^EYXOLDS & .AlcCARGAR, 

Whole:?ale Gri-ocers 



AM) 



s 



CARPETS. 

( ARPETS CHEAP. 

CARPETS CHEAP. 

VABFETH CHEAP. 

I WILL NOT BE UXDERSOLD. 

JOSEl^n BUGBEE, 

TllIRD-ST., AIJOVE THE BRIDGE, 

_decliV3tn S P. I' A L' L , MI X N ESOT A . 

-rjNION PARK HOUSE, 

LITTLE CANADA, MIXN., 

G. W. FEW, - - Pkopriktor. 



OoMiHiiic^tiiioii 3Xei-el»a,uts, 

UPPER Li::VEE. 



a:;i-tf 



Satxt Pai-l. 



A N 



A (• R E ! 



$2.50 

1.30 Acres in RAMSEY COCNTY, within 10 
ie--,of the » ity of Si. Paul, the Capital of .Mir., 
•sota, in traits of ;V; ; ores and 77 acres, will Iw 



sidvl separately or tos-t her. Terms PO.-sHTVELV 
C.VSH. 

HE.XRY M<KEVTY, 
Duller in Real K-,tate. 
St. Paul, Dec. SOth, I*V,'._<1&„ ;n,« 



T E O N A R I) & S H E I R E, 

HT7II..Dp:itS, 

Shop in old Baptist Church Building' on Fifth 
stj'-et, near Jack-ion. All kiuds of Carjienter 
Woik doa" to ord-'r. 



MSHEIRE. ARCHITECT. 
• Oifice in the same building as Leonard k 
.Sheire's Carpenter Shop, on Fifth street, near 
Jack -on. Designs, I'laiis and Spi-citications for 
Buildings of <!very description, prejjired on short 
--'-■ fpbl8-ly 



not 10^* 



4^^ P O L L O C K. , 

~* DON A. LD SON A 




G DEN, 

r>EA -KUH IS 

China, Ola.ss Jc Ci'ookerv 

PLATED WAKK, 
CARJBO^^ OH. ^V.IN'D L.AJMPS, 

TABLE rUTLKKT. 



A Y. KNIGHT, 

A. It C II I X 3^ C X , 

«, y ! ^Yillfurni.•.hdeslgn.s.p|an^ Details, Specifications 

.W u and Estimates for buildings of every kind, got up 

in the b'-st stvle for the reduced price of one per 

cent on estimated cost, and will, if required, su 

perintendthe erection of the sarau, both in th< 



thettver much to your »"'*«"'jJK', r*"'! satisfac- HoUSe Fuill i*<*hillfi: GrOOdlS 

tion leaving them at our Factory, .., ijobert , . , . 

utret between 4th and 5th, St. Paul sign , f th(» *'' "'^''•'y <l''9cription. 

Plow DAVISON k CO.VNELLl , ROBERT STKEiiT, St. Paul, MIno. 



Jaa-diiwly 



sep'^JdAw 



city and counfrv, at eouallv low r.ite-i. office In 
French's Block, Third street, St. Paal, Minne- 



sota. 



J. 



myiMlra 



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B Y E R S , 



IIAXUFACTI'RKR AXI> DKALKK IX 

COl'PKR, SHEET IROX AND TIX WARS 

OPVlWITK THK BIO CLOCK, 

JACKSOX STREET, St. PAUL, MianeaoU. 
■ovU-d&wly 



This House Is pleasantly located In Little Cana 
da, on the bank of Lake F;ilzabeth, Ave miles fVon> 
Saint Paul. The House and lixtures ar« entirely 
new, and has been titted up more particularly as 
a homx for Invalids, and {lersous seeliing recrea- 
tion. 

The House is provided with boats and all the 
necessary tixtures for hunting and Hshin^ — and is 
one mile from Ba.«s Lake, which is considered the 
best ti.-hinj? ground in the .State— where boats are 
also provided for the use of gue»ts of the House. 

Board by day or week at mo<terate rates, 

Jell-diim 



QLIFTON HOU S~E~ ~ 

MAXKATO, .... MIXXESOTA. 

This House is situated near the steamboat 
landing, and is among the Urgest In the Minne- 
sota Valley. Is 

NEW AND NEWLY FURNISHED, 

And the proprietor, from long experience In the 
^usiness, flatters himself that he will bo able to 
satisfy the tmveling public. 

49-CUARGF:S MODERATE. .ev 

M. T. C. FLOWER, Proprietor. 
Mankato, Minn., April 20th, li*C,i. 



H. G^ALLEY, 

Manufacturer of 

Cane and ^Vood Seat 
C H A I R, H ! 

THE TRADE SUPPLIED. 

WABASIIAW STRKET, BKT. 5TH & 6TU, ST. PAUL 
MIXX ESOTA. nov8 

A -MES' EX'J'RA SUGAR CURED 
II ^\. >I S , 

S. K. PL'TXAM. 



F'or sale by 



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r I c E 



Came to my place on the -Vifh dav of Xovembi»r, 
a stray Cnlf, red color, with white star in fore- 
head. Thf owner can hfve her by proving prop- 
erty, (wiying charges and taklnfr her awav. 
THOMAS TH03I.VS. 
I'pper Town, Winslow's Addition. 
St. Paul, Dec. i:j. 1W.>— declJt.1* 



50 



BARRELS 

— OF — 

CARBON OIL. 

AL.SO A QLAXTITY OF 

CHICAGO CREAM ALE, 
For sale by J, C. k H. C. BURBAXK k Co, 



"P U R S . FURS. FURS. 

C. J. KOVIXZ, 
MAXUFACTURER OF FIXE FURS, OF 

ALL nK.SCRIPTIOX.M AXU KVF.RY Sl'YLK, 

THIRD ST., Concert Hall Block, Salxt I'aul 

I«n17.dlv 

jyT A G N E T I c" 
rPnclc Huntniorgt. 

If you don't want to mash your lingers, biiv one 
for i". cents, at E. t H. V . BELL'S. 

Coffee is high. Buy a patent Coifee Str.sin'T; 
It cle.irs the colfee, and 8;ives one thliil. Only 
'S> cents. i:. &. H. V. BELL. ' 

Patent Lifters. W^ill lift everytliing hot oil the 
Steve, without burning your linger... C'nlv u'o 
cents. E. *. li. Y. BELL. 

Agents wanted to canvass the State IVr the 
above articles. A smart man can mak" big wages. 
For particulars, address, enclosint; stamps, 

E. Jt 11. V. BELL, 
Sole Agents for Minnesota. 

S t . Paul,.Iuly nth. \H6-Z . jyll-dtf. 

IIORACK K. BIOKLtlW. OI.tVKU KAI.KVMPLK. 

BIGELOW & DALRYMPLE, 

.VTTORXJiYS AXDCOUXSELLORS AT LAW, 

St. Paul, ^Minnesota. 

Will attend particularly to collections through, 
out the State ; and, until their payment by the 
Government, will give especial attention to the 
prosecution and settlement of claims of IXDF^.M- 
XIT Y FOR SIOUX DEPREDATIOXS. sa -.tm 

T> O B E R T P . L E W I S~ 

ATTORXEY AXD COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
St. 3?aul, IVLinnef«ot;i, 

Office on Third-*t., Roger's JUocli;near the /Srtd;/ 
Also Branch Agkxt of 

"THE NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY," 

Of Washington, D. C, conducted by Harvey 
Collins & Brace. 

Claim.s pre.sented and prosecuted before Con- 
ffress, C«urt of Claims and the De|>artmeuts at 
Washington City. Special attention paid to secu- 
ring Soldier's Pensions, Bounties, Back Pay, ic. 

^i^ Advice given soldiers and their friends by 
letter or at the office, without charge. 

o5-d tw&wly 



glOUX DEPREDATIONS. 

I will attend promptly and faithfidlv to the col- 
lection ol c'aini- ari.-,iii;r out of tin- recent depre- 
<hitIons of the Sioux lodians. 

t.EO. A. XOPKSE, 

"-!*■-<• At'ornevril I ..itr. St. I'aul. 

J.^ 1 R li Y ' S COM B I N E D 
l:tciii>ei* iixtil 3Xo'vvov. 

II. A. PUT iCO'S 

THRESHING ^lACHIXES. 

We are now solicitiiig order.> for llie above cele 
brnted machines. 

I'er.-'ons in want are invited to examine them at 
our store on Third stn-et, a« we ie..l coniideri! 
our terms ami prici s, •„-■ wc.l as tin; mjiciiiac 
them>e|ves, w:!! bo foun.t sati •faitorv. 

A general as<ortmeut of Agricuitural Imple- 
ment.^ on hand, 

Je-r- XIC OLS & DKA X. 

T^ UN DAS MILLS' 
CELEBRATED XX F.UIILY FLOUR, 

F"or ?a!e in bids, or sack? by 

E. & II. Y. Bell, near the Winslow Lous" ; .S 
li. I'utiiiini, coni:-r:!d:iii!l. Market Sts.; iieaumont 
and tionlon, corner :;d niid .Jaekvou Sts.; J. B. 
Slichter, Corner ol ;th aiii .Ia.ck.-:OU ^ts. 
Warranted th<; l"'-t 

aX FAMILY FLO Civ 

offered in thi" market, tjri'ir.- fioin Hof-1 b 
Bak'Ts and oihcrs sh;i!l ha> e piumpt attemion 
and immediate doliverv. 
mATln ' .T. S. ARCHIBALD. 

TT O RX , L U X D t^c G A L U Sii A, 

ATTORNEYS k COUNSELLOKS .VT L.\W, 

(Successors to Horn & Galusha and Sanborn h 

Luii.i) 

Saint Paii., .Mixxi;.-.ita, 
Practice in all tbi> Courts of tie- State, and in the 
Courts of !he United States, nt Law, iu Chancery 
and in .Vdiiiiralty. 

Collections carefully and piouptly attended to 

mh»: ly 

160 ^^ ^ 1'" ^ ^ ^^ 

Will be sold at such price that the tJmhor at fifty 
c<Mits per cord wood-avive, will pay tor tlie piop'- 
ertv. 

The toil is of exci'ilent quiditv, with water nti 
meadow, and is sitieiti-d wiibin one xndahall 
liour.s' driva of Saint Paid, a:id wiliiin trve 
mill!, of the Saint I'aul and I'aciiio llidlrosid 
al two diilerent d"i;o{s. Tiii> road is iiow Ijeing 
constructed and will b- tinishett to Aiioka lie; 
coming falL IlKXltV M.KENTV. 

Dealer in Real E-tatf*. 

St. P«iiL .TiiTie ■!». toi'-2. (»avt-.t * «-.!n» 

TTXDERTAKEll'S C.\JRd! 

The nnder-i»ned wo-dd respect.'ally an.iO'jnce 
that a(;er tin' .-olicil-iiiin ol' many frieuds, l.e lias 
conoiiuled to enp:;i;je i.i tlie above business, and 
would liierefore say !■• ;lie eiiizeus of Miiiii.-a)Mj- 
hs and vicinity, thai In- will be jireparea in future 
to furnish foiRns of Waliiui, .Metalic, Cloth cov- 
ered and ( oiunion, ami all liiiiifis reqnir-d in an 
Undertaker's line. Having had M-veral years' e.\- 
neii.'iice in the above business in F^ste'rii cities, 
iio f.'-'ls coiiip^ti'nt iu ol!eri;i;4 his servii-es to lake 
the entire chanri- of Faiier.ils, and would ti licit 
a sliare of the patrona^v. 

G. V. WARXK!:. 

Minneapolis, Xov. fith. novll 

T E A^HER A NdTTn DINGS, 
SADDLERY, HARDWARE AXD TOOLS. 

LK^vxiii^jit uj':;Lxi:xa-. 



J. C. & IL C. BURB.VXK & CO. 

Having been constituted sole agents at St. Paa 
for the 

L\CROSSE k MILWAUKEE RAILROAD 

-VSI) ALSO FOR THE 

LACROSSE & ST. PAUL STEAMELS, 

Would respectfully call your attonUon to the su 
p<!rior advantages offered by them over any other 
competing line, 

Tlu-oug:H Oontracts 

Will be given to all points East, 
ALL CLAIMS FOR 

OVERCHARGES OE DAMAGES. 
Will bo settled upon presentation. 

WK HAVE ALSO THE AOEXCT OF 

DAVIDSON'S LINE OF STEAJVIERS 

On the Minnesota and Upper Mississippi river.*. 

The La Crosse and Milwaukeo Line receive and 

foM»-ard all freight fuek of WABEUoisu. 

CHAR lES AT ST. PAUL. 

MF:RCHAXTS who design visiting the East lor 
Goods will please give us a call and obtain fui l 

PAl'.TICULAKS. 

J. C. &. H. C. BURBANK & CO 

St. P aul. F\b. 20. 1802. 9 feb'.>0-dAwly 

]y[ E R CHANTS' DISPATCH 
Fa«t Freigrlit lL.iue, 

OW.XED AND MAXACiKD BY 

-AlMKRICAJfl^ EXPRESS CO. 

AU overcharges setUed by J. C. & H. C< liur- 

bank k Co., Agents. 

Xe\>' York office, l>i Murray street. 

Boston office, «)9 Washington street. 
raar2o-dly 



1 on ^^'-^^ SUGAR HOUSE, GOL- 

•^^^ ^^ den and Ambre, a choice ariicle, at 
J. C. & H. C. BURBAXK k Co.'s 

A LARGE STOCK^OfTiNiTTi- 
quors and Ciirars, which we offer at prici^^4 
that will insure quick sales, at 
J. C. & H. C. BURBAXK & Co.' s 

QOO I^iil-S. ASSORTED Wilis' 

K»\J\J key, for sale at 

J. C. & H. C. BURBAXK & Co.'s 

*\f\C\ WHOLE, HALF ANDQuXr- 

^J\J\J ter bo.\es Jtaisins, crop of IHill, at 
J. C. & H. C. BCRBAXK & C o.'s 

on ^^'^^^' STUARFSBESTHOX- 

^ ^-^ ey Syru]), a choice article, for table u^e at 
d.C. & H.< ;. B URBAXK & Co.'s. 

-j9rt PACKAGES ASSORTED 

-*-*^<-' Irnits, consisting of Plums, Prun^- 
Currantsand Citron, all new crop, for s,al« '.i 
prices to suit the times. 

J. C. & H. C. BURBAXK & Co.'s 



^rU\ BOXES W. R. CHEESE; A 

-*^^J\J prime article, at low figures, at 



J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & Co.'» 



rtr) GRANTS PATENT FANNIN(; 

^yj Mills for sale at manufacturer's Drice- v.i 
• 1^ «. 11 . • iifi.i, . i-i- C , . .' 



J. C. & H. C. BURBAXK & Co.'s 



YOU WILL FIND ONE OF THE 
largest and best selected atiA-ks of Grocer- 
ies in the West, at the warehouse of 
d'C '••* J . C. & H. C. BURBAXK k C o . 

PRINTERS' INKS. 



Al! sorts, kinds, and color*, from thecelebrat.d 
manufactory Bf J. E. Wade, Xew York, for sa! i 
at manufacturer's prices, by 

decl ■' J. <•. & H. C . BURBAXK k CO . 

AS}f\ BOXES ASSORTED T^ 
^t.^\J bacco, comprising ail the favorif 
brands, at 
J. C. k II. C. BU RB ANK k Co .'s 

KC\ DOZEN DUBOIS BEST CAST 

«^V^ .Steel A.\es. Also 3u dozen Red Riv:-.- 
A.xes: aLsoZi Uo.xes assorted Blued Tacks, fir- 1 
<;naiity, at » . 

J. C. k II. C. BURBAXK k Co.'s 




KESSI^lClt & KIIilHL, 

TAXXEKS AXD CURIJIKRS, 

Keep constantly on hand the l.nrgest and most 
coiupltte (tockof 

LEATHER and FIXDIXGS, SADDLEKT 
HARDWARE and TOOLS, 

LK.VTUE& BKLTIXG, KXAMIXKU 

CLOTHS AND LKATHKR, 4c., tc., &C. 

All of which they aro now offering at prices to 
auit the times. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION' PAID TO OKDKttS. 
JSirCash paid fur Hides and Furs..cv 
Janl8-dly 



WE HAVK JUST RECEIVED A 
^ .. larpo supply of Wkstkk.x Ri:skp.vk 



Cu;:i-;.SK «»hich we offer low ti>r cash. 
J'j5 -L C. k H. C. BURBAXK & CO 

r£0 MY FRIENDS & PATRON s' 

llaving engapd my services to the Messrs. .i. 
c. s «. I,. Lurbank & Co., corner Levee and Sid- 
ley streets, I may be found iu the Wholesale Or- • 
eery Dopariraent, where it w ill afford me pleasu' - 
to see my old customers once more. 

We shall have a large and well selected si. , k 
of goods Usually kept lu our line, on hand, wl.i. f: 
I resiiecUuUy ask you to examine before purchn- 
Ing elsewhere. I hope to merit for the housf a 
portion at least of titat patronage vou have here- 
tofore so liJersUy bestowed upon m* 

'""- A.L. LARPEXTEUR. 



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I L L I A M D. STOREY 



ATTORNEY AA'D COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
8T. PAUL, MIXXESOTA. 
reffkeexces: 

Hon. George Opdyke Xew Tork « t; v 

John G. Ireadwell...... ...... Albany, New Ve^i 

Hon. Amos Dean, L. L. D.,...jUUay, New Xoi \ 



Hon.R. A. Law,.. ..»^..^. nicaco, li ^ 

Ot'o. S. Blancliard...... CinduMttoh ., 

Chase McKinney and Mtt»N.. Bortoa 



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this nioniini< for Wi'shinjjton. 

_- - — ••^ — 

TiiK Etlitors atnl rul)H«ihtM-.s ot lu'ws- 
p.i|>or.s aro roi)nf>tt'il tf) mo«t at tli>- 
PuKss otiuo, thid alternoon :it -'A o'cloik, 
tor tlio purpose of a;:r«.»'in;: upon a stvUo 
of ailvoiti-siii^; r.iios for K-^al aiul olll-ial 
ailvLMtiscMiicnts. 



SKonTiNG.— Aliout fonr o'clo«'k yes 
tndav afti-rnnoti a pistol ^'.)ot v;\i* fired 



urur's oflico, whifli came quite foo near 
that oIlirtT, wlio was staii»"njj lu-ar tin' 
wimlow, fo ho nl >lii'il. W'Uo diil it, or 
wiiy he did it, or whetlier it was a earc- 
kss aeeiilent, is one of tlie invsterles. 

That SkatixiJ Pakk. — We learn on 



ttnroiiean CiOasip. 

The poliec of Paris made a cMrioiis 

Fi-i;soNAi..-I!on. II. W. lii-elow Kit through the window ol the t 'o.tn<v Treas- j Jis^'overy recently, whici, is raiMng ini- 

moderate lau^^Iiter hy the euriou^ mariM»»r 
in whi(!h it inu>tratcd the oM proverb of 
every man to hU tastes : 

"Yon are to know tliat the munieipal 
code lorhids the blowinjj rers tic hoi^uin 
in Pari.x, except durinj; t-arnival time, 
'llu>;e horiiM are eouimonly matle ol" 
c;".rtlitnware, and j;ivo only ono or two 
tli<> best authoriiy, that Capt. T. M. notes, whirli are as discordant as tlie 
Xewson's Skatm;; Park is in ma^Tiificcnt 
Ac. iMNT.— We rejiret to learn that ^..^j.^. ^-^„^. j^ ai,- tmc to try both vonr 
Miss Mary Creek, unt:i recently a tva.her | ^^^^^^^ ^.,^, ^.^,,^ ^^.j,,^ 



in our public schools, was ipiite severely j 
injured by beiii;; tiirown from a horM^ J 
while taliiai:: a rid ■ in West St. Paul, j 
several lays since. The nuuierous friends tiee <»n»3ia<»t'» 

of the la !y will be «.'Iad toleani, however, 
that she is ta>t recoveiiji^ tro:u the inju- 



LATE NliJWS BY MAIL. 

VICTOR V 



AX 



ries rociivei?. 



lIo;:'i; ?^Ai.K. — The sale of unclalTiied 
hot>es that wcri^' pri.,-:j.ed iiito the service 
oi i.e St.ite diinng the Indian War, will 
take place at tiie stable on E.i;,'le street 
at tin o'clock this morning'. A great 
ehai!c«' for good l-arpiius. Thirc is aI>o 
some haruiss and other projieriy to be 
»oIJ. 



Tmf lIoit.sE 1'ask.— The ipicstioi^as 
tf ilic owncr.Nhip of the horses, abot-.f 
wli'.i li several cases of assault and batter\ 
oce !.-red la-t week, wis uuilerijoinir a 
trial before .lustic.' Dod^e yesterday 
The trial was not concluded yesterday. 

To ovii SiBs. uir.i.Ks IX Lowk!: 
Town — t)i:r carrier o!i the lower ro-.ite 
w.i< taken suddenly and danj:erou-ly ill 
on i\ e<lne<ilay, auil w.;s in co!:seipienc • 
luu'.Mc to deliver t!ie PitKss ycstirday 
monii: ;. V, e h.ive phu'ed a ncv.- car- 
rier vn the route, but as he is impertcitly 
aciiuainU'J with it, we .are learful that 
many o( t'.i m may be mi>scd dc.rl'ii; the 
Ueit live d->s. To all sitcii, we '.%o:dil 
ejtcem it a lavor it they will jiroinptly 
inform ti* of sueli failure. 

I'liY t.';a;uiT. — Indi*. idnals are ret'i- 
siiij^ loaiis at I'J i>erceiit. pi r annum an<i 
ofieriiiL: or.Iy s jer c^ur. Tie ii'.iestion 
fiir tr.x p::; .rs to think about i.>. can our 
city all. r.itu pay 1- i>er cent. Kllorts 
h.i\e 1. tea nuuie tor some time to rcduee 
our ; uiiil.- iVom 1- perci-nt. to s percent. 
These uiv tiVoris in the ri^ht direetii n. 
Xi t ore dollar ol intcnst should be paid 
on 12 per cent bonds. The holders au' 
wIliiuLr to take 7 or H ir'svre <>j\/<.itini/ *■• 
Let cur t ■ \ :. .11 and our representatives 
in th'^ I.e,i;i>latnre co-operate to briuv: 
a^o;tt a chi i^ji* in t'lis mitt •;•. 

Our public servanti are otlorin;; 1- p( r 
cent, for loans to p-iy tloatini; ir.debtt d- 
ness, vVc. anil giving bonds, script, Oce. 
:is sei urity. This in all mortal/. Far 
1' tter to let matters remain In abeyance, 
ilia:; to ;^:i\e exorbitant interest to ]>ay 
interest, l! tciU nolpa;/. The city should 
not otler nrire intere.-t than a prudent in- 
tlividual wuidd. On the contrary, the 
writer is informed that at this time the 
i'iiy is in tite market ojrtrin</ 12 per cent. 
for a I 'It I', irhich an in'liriiltinl refusri! ol 
I '/".rr.i/, and was wiUinj ^• tid'' c' 
Mi't ui-ir ■> jiT cent. ' 



Fuller Details. 



OKN i:«.»sm'K.\N'»'OFFICIAr, ItKroKT. 

llK\i>ij' viSTKU-' 14rn AuMY t"<>i:'s, 
I>i-i'A!:r.Mr\ r •■! iiii-. itmukki-ano, 
l.N Kr..>.M«>K Ml i;nti>>.in>Ki>, Jan. .1, 

\l.i. N x-'iiN 41. I.e., Jan. 4, iNvJ. 

r.> Al.ijor «;. n.'r.il I!. V\ . llall-.-k: 

Oa the I'llth ol' nceeniber we marched 

from Xa-hvillc in three columns. (Jen. 

McC'ook bv the Xolansville Pike, Cicn. 



l;n Pike. via. ^V■iI.■.l.n Pike, and (Jen. 
Crittenden on she main Murlreesbot<«> 
I'ike. l>iir h'ft ami centre met wUl« a 
strong !i sistanei , such as the u:tture ol" 
the eonniry pt rmits. Tho rolling or 
hiily routes, skirted l»y cetlar thickets and 
farms, i:iter>e.teii by small streams with 
n>el-v bkilf bank*, termed serious ob-^ta- 
ck>.' 

Jica. McCo' I. drove iJen. Hardee's 
corj's a mde and a half from Nuhansville, 
and o«'cup:ed thi pla e. (b n. I'rittcnden 
rcaelied within ;i mile ami a half t>f La- 
VI r:,;ne. tien. ■^'liiTiuan nach'-d \\'ilson 
l'ik«'. met ting Hktlim> serious opi)osition. 

On the :.*7th (i'U. ilcCook drove (b-n. 
Hardee Irom Nilan^ville, and pushed a 
reeoimoiteraig d vision .>ix mile> towards 
Sl;eU«yville, which found that (ten. Har' 
dee hatl retreat* I towanls Murfrees!>oro. 

tieii. ( litteml -n touiht and druve the 
encfiiy belore. o cupyiiii; theliixeoi Stew- 
art's Creek, and captured sonw prisoners, 
with ^l!;^ll^ losx. 

(ien. I'i'.omas o.v'tp"ed tlu! vicinity ol 
Nolausvilie, win n he v»a,s partially sur- 
prise«l au>l thrt wn into contusion and 
tlriven back. 

(Jen. .*>liermai\s division h.id repulsed 
the enemy tour times, and protected the 
llank of the centre, wiucU not only held 
its own, but .advancetl until this untoward 
event, whieli voupelled me to retain the 
the left wing t> support the rigiil until 
it shoiild be r..l»Ied and resume a new 
po.>ition. 

On the 1st the rebels opened by attack 
o\^ us and weri* ;.g.un repulsed. 

( »n l!ie 2 1 in.>l., there was skirmishi g 
along the front witii threats of an attack 
until r» o'eloi k iv M.. when the enemy ad- 
vanced ami threw a small division across 
Stone river to occuj)y the eommandiug 
gro:tnd. 

Tliev were n coniioitering the ground 



ptMcock's .shriek. It is iinnossible to 
conceive what pleasure any human being 
can take iu such a noise. A lew night.s 
ago as some ]>olicemen were p.tssiiig 
aloiiJ on one of the obscure streets of the 
city, they heard, apparently under their 
feet, j» singular noise. Thev liste-ied. — 
It continued. They entered the house a 
wine shop, to ascertain what it could be. 
Tlu'y iliscovered that the koeji«'r ot the 
wine shop was iu the haliit of letting his 
cellar to amateurs of 'Xrs «^.• boi/uin, who 
everv ni-iht amused thenuselves Irnni nine 
o'cU.ck uutill midnigli!; blowing; this vile 
earthen instrumeiiL Jifleen feel under 
grt)und. ( H cour** they were iu>t mo- 
lested. Is tlu'Tiv any taste in the world 
too absupl Oi- too .strange, to be a<lopted 
by si)me ia:'ii or another as the most de- 
lightful pursuit in life? I am not willing 
to e.\jMess a eonlidcnt opinion that there 
axv aot in Paris, bestowed in some cellar 



Thomas from his encampment on Frank- for another, a Iraternity who cultivate, 

.at great expense of time and patience, 
the art ol intimating caterwauling of frog 
coaking, tlog barking. Where does nia«l- 
ness' line begin? l>o not, lu)wever. 
ajiply this :vmaik Xo La l.i<c t'hausitn- 
niene,—<i society whose existence J ac- 
eiilently diseoverorJ this week. This is a 
society (oinuled as long agi» as \^2\ for 
the pri>servativ>fi and imjirovcnient ol' 
French songs. 1 am told that nearly all 
the songs published in Fran:'e are writ- 
ten, words And score, l>y members of this 
society, uho. nevcrtlu lc.*s. are unknown 
to lanio. Tbey are, in all, 1-" i>eNo'is 
and ^-y me«'t togetlicr the first WeiJm s- 
ilav of everv month at a resturant ol" l.a 



(.'hapelle. At 7 o'cKx-k tiiey «line ; tliey 
i have, I have heard, an excellent dinner, 
and, after the cloth is remove«l, the T res- 
ident reads several by-laws, which govern 
the ])roceeding>i, and whiih anmni^ other 
things, interdict eticores, all licentious 
songs, and all i>olitical allusions. The 
president thereupon sings a song win se 
chorus is taken up and v\V->i by all the 
nests j)rescnt. Fach mcmb.-y is rcpiired 



to compose one new song everv m.^.th. r'^"^- ""-'r »"'<t •;» '"" .».»..-....».>., 

The Sccretarv calls upon them In alpha- *'.^'* ^ stately m.ans.on elsewhere an.J d. 

betical order, and when each one is called f "•^'\ -^ fishmg and good shoot.n.u 

he rises and t.akes his place in the centn- ^ ''^' ^f ■^■•"-'' ^\ "? '^" ';;;'•■' *"7 ^'\'r V''^ 

..c.i... „:..!.. .: I . 1.1. ..II. ...1 : i nient leaves .<•_'..)"!>.•><'<» to the PriiKt: 



cordingly, willing to ac-edc to hcf re- 
qnestj he drew from his pc*vkct a kniic of 
a curious manufacture, which lu> pureh.as- 
cti in Kngland some little time ago, and 
which had alrcidv acconipanieil him on 
his travels, ami which contained a spring 
corkscH'w as well as several blades ol 
various sizes, which ho opened one after 
anotlnr to «'ieate some little diversion to 
her grief. The last blade of all was a 
kind 4»1 broad prinuiig blade, sharp. bright, 
and powerful, such as Fngland alone pro- 
duces, and, althou;^h at the time under 
the influence of the wine he had bet-n 
drinking to an iiicredil>le extent, Iw fan- 
cies that he can ivmember the very words 
of the conversation which tottk j)lace 
upon the »)ccasion. 

He remembers, too. perfectly, having 
placed the coikscrew in the cork, h faring 
the yiehling, creaking sound which accom- 
panies in yielding to the pressure of tlu' 
fixed air within, and after that shock, a 
learful sliri«-k and nothing more. .Vhand 
was extended to (he knife, and the coun- 
tess snatched it from where it was jila<ed, 
open, the idea was suggested by the temp- 
tation, ami she plunged it into her neck. 
The Kussian is so coiin»leteIy under the 
effect of thu shock that he is about to <piit 
Paris forevi-r, .ami to retire to his own 



^TKVV GOODS ! - KE^V GOODS I 
J V n T n E (j E t V E D. 



cigar. As he rarely leaves the State Dc- VJ 
partmcnt till late 'in the afternoon, his -^^ 
.servant invarraldy brings him a lunch, 
and one of the accompaniments ol this 

lunch is a bottle. ^ _ _ „ ,..^ 

Itis this bottle-fhisiae.xh.austibIebot-: DRY GOODS AT GRE.VT BARGALNS, 
le — which has caused so many heads to I 

shake, so many tongues to wag, so many ' Sp'.endid cUanco to purchase Holiday Presents at 
lips t(» inurimir, and so many imaginary ; 



headaches. It was the Seeretarv's habit. 



to assist exhansled nature, when he felt I 
so disposed, by taking his lunch, and | 
into a goblet — mark the protd positive — i 

into the goblet he i»'jured from the botth- , XHIKD STKEET.XEXT DOOR TO TIIIl K. W. 
at least tfiree fingers, though some testily \ 
that they have seen him take fou. lingers, 
nt'at. This he not imly didonce or twice 
while <lispatcljing his sandwich, but per- 
sons with excellent vision swear h" re- 
peated ofleiu'r than even the law iu South 
('arolina allow.s. which provides an inter- 
mission of five minutes belv.cen drinks — 



ticed he was more eommur.icaiive than 
ever, which some will no doubt thinlc very 
easily explained, and he appeared to con- 
verse witli greater freedom. Strangers 
who had audience with the Secivtarv 



estates ; .and the huskand of the Couotes.s, | looked aghast at the *big drinks, 'and told 
reganling the aflair as a just retribution 
i>f' Heaven, refuses to challenge the j)ara- 



of them. Some 
and water ; thev 



even smelt the bnuuh 
saw o ^1" ? •• ' *'- 



any gen:lemen who could ilrink such a 



mour, though urged to do so by good- ^ eyes in the goblet, and lhe\ reasoned tkat 
natured friends." 

The Prim-c of Wales has not yet a right 
to sit in the House of Lords. No doubt 
he will receive (he usual writ of sununons 
as Duke of Cornwall, and take hi • seat 
iu February. 

••WIk'H the la-t Prince of Walc< wa-- 
twenty one, he received a Parliamentary 
grant'of .«<■>< h»,(hk» .as an outfit and. half 
liiat amount as an annual inconu'. This 
was half what his father ((Jeorge HI.) 
had received on coming ol" agi?. lit' 
claimed from his father the accnmiLlated 
income of tin; Duchy of t'ornwall, v.hieli 
lapses to the Prince of Wales on his l)irlh 
and was then worth .«^1(HM»(K» a year, but 
his lather, who h.ad receiv«'d tlie mnm'y, 
rtliised to pay up, protesting that ir. was 
little cnougli to jtay him for tlie expense 
of boarding, lodgin;^ ami cducatin(^ his 
hopelnl heir from infancy to laanliood. 
The present Prince has teen better 
treated. His revenue has been caitsfuliy 
invested. Over :?1 ,nno,U(V» of the j ceii- 
mulation was ]i:iid for Jiis lattdy pei- 
chased esLite in Norfolk, the r«'nts ol 
which will \h: !?:;.■>, (MMi a year. It is a 
]»lace adaj'teil for a rich nobleman who 

'e- 



throuirh the wo«i»ls and advancii?^ iji lint 
of battle three li les deei*. 



The Saint Paii, PosT-f.HriCK, A>n 
U.S. Po-^r M\sTi:i:-i. — Th.- recent remo- 
val of the Post Ollicc to a new building. 
sugge.sts to the ''old settler." reminiscen- 
ces i.l" the p.ist lii>t!ry ol ll.c otUi.'e and 
its several incumbents. 

The first person who wa.* i-omniis*ion- 
ed to take eharge of the postal affairs ot 
the city was Jlerry Jackson, who died a 
year or two since at Mankato. Mr. J. 
kept the Post OiKce in l-'.jS and InVJ in 
a little log ston. that stood on the point 
ol the blulf at the corner ot Uench street 
and the h vce. Tiie historic tenement 
kis long since disappeared, with all it« 
cotemporarv institutions. 

The amount of mail matter received in 
those days by the semi-weekly ma 1 was 
not large. Mr. Jackson used to assort 
it on a bed in a back room, foi; vrant of a 
tauiC. 

On his rcuioval in ld4'J, Jtcob W. 
Bass was appointed F. M. lie removed 
the ofliLe to a building occup\ ing the sit'- 
of the preseni Merchants Hotel, where it 
was kept by him for a couple or three 
vears longer, until the oppointment of 
AVm. H. Forbes, th<' new County Au- 
ditor, .".s P. M. in l**'---*. .Mr.Forbes re- 
uiovctl the oiii.e to a small franu* en 
Third street, since removeil to make 
room for Dana's lilock. During Mr. 
Fori s incumbency, Mr. J. C. Terry was 
appointed .\ssistant, a position h? ha> re- 
tained during most of the intcr\ cuing tim,' 
to the present. 

In lH.'>o, the oirnc was removed to the 
red brick, now fb'-ming a portion of i!;'- 
Pkks.s Company's buildings. In ?darch 
18.*jtj, Mr. Forbes wa.s removed by Presi- 
dent Pierce, having held the oflice for 
nearly four years, a"(I Charles S. Cave 
appointed in his place, Mr. Cave, imita- 
ting the example of hi.1 predecessors, 
removecl the ofHce in l*s.'>7 to the Baldwin 
School Bailding, the one recently evacu- 
ated. It was fitted up for postal pnrjjo- 
»c9 on a style commensurate with the 
insane ideas held by everybody in tlie 
kiting times preccdinj^ thi revulsion of 
ltto7. Nearly ii..j(M) box.-s were providiid 
lor the prospective popuLuiim of 2.""), (•<)<) 
or .JtJ.UOK, as the case might be. which 
the city was to attain in a lew months I 
Tlie popidation, didn't come, howevir, 
and the oflice of "magnificent propor- 
tions" was found to be a very awkwardly 



. 1' .. . 
iliey dr«)ve oir little v.ivision before 

them after a si arp e^iitest, in which we 
lost scventv oi eij:htv killed and .'>7.'') 
wouniled. They v,ere finally repulsed 
by (ien. Xegicy s div^^ion and the remain- 
ing troops of the left wing of Gen. Mor- 
ton's Pioneer 1 rigaue, and Hed far over 
the field and be\ otid their entrenchments, 
their ctlicers r,.llviii'' them with '^reat 
dilH- uliy. 

They lo^t he; vily. We occupied the 
IXrcnnd with the left wing last night. The 
lines were completed at four o'clock in 
the morning 

The ."5d inst. was spent in bringing up 
and distributing provisiuus and ammuni- 
tion. 

It has been raining all dav and the 
ground is verv leavv. 

Camp .neai: Mckikkksboko, January .";. 
To M.->j'>r G»>n»ral iljl'.e.-k : 

Following my dispatch of last evening, 
I have to anno nice iiiK KNKMY aku in 
rt l.I. RKIUIIAI. 

Tiiey left Lit night. The rain having 
raised the river, and the bridge across it 
betv.e«'n the h ft wing and centre being 
meomplete. I d 'eiiied it prudent to with- 
draw that wing <Uiring the night. 

This occupie 1 my time until 4 o'clock 
and fatigued th*- troops. The announee- 
m -lit of retn-at was known to me at 7 
o'«lock lhi.i moi ning. 

Our ammuni'.ion train arriving during 
theni;:ht, and to-d.ay was occupied in «lis- 
iribntiiiij- a:umunltion. burying the dead 
aii'l collecting the woundcil from the field 
of buttle. 

Pursuit was •ominenced: by the centn-, 
the two leadin ; brig.-'des arriving at the 
west side of Si<>ne river tliis vvcni:ig. 

The railroad bridge w.as saved, but in 
what condition is not known. We shall 
oc«'upy the the town to-morrow. 

Our medical dirotor estimates the 
wounded in the hospital ati»,.'>('0, and our 
dead at 1,<m)0. 

We have to deplore the loss of Lieut. 
Col. (i;;re.sihe. whose cai>acity and gen- 
tlemaidy deporimenthad alreatly endeared 
him to all the oflicers of this command, 
and whose gal! mtry on the field of Lattte- 
excited the admiration of all. 

W. S. KOSECUVNS. 

Lorisviixr .7an. 5. — ilnrfreesboro 
advices represri;t the Federal victorv as 
com;dete, the -ntire rebel army llueing 
towards Tulhaloma in great disorder. 

Our a<lvanta ,'es are decided. ItreeU- 
cnridui 's divi.si jii was cut to pieces and 
routed. 

On Saturday our skirmitihers decoyed 
a liirge niiinbci af rebels among our bat- 
teries. Wo routed them with great 
slaughter. Capt. .M<-Cuiloch of the 2nd 
Kentucky Uni .ni cavalry says that the 
rebel (ieiieral Wihh-r w.is driven almost 
to nuadness by the slaughter of his men. 
Kye witnesses say that the slaughter 
exceetls Shiloh Rosecrans' ."soldiers arc 
in the highest .spirits. 

On SatnrJa} Col. Daniel McCook en- 
gag<'d Wheelei's cavalry, i,ix miles from 
Nashville and routed him completelv. 

All is highly cheering; prisoners .sav 
fien, Kirby Suith was in the light. Rebel 
canteens wen filled with whisky and 
pnv.der. 

'J'hc Miirfn e.sboro Rebel of the 2nd 
;irranged one to do the work necessary j says the Fed» rals fought gallantly. It 
for a^ponulation of only lO.OOO. This : admits a lors o ."j.Ooo. Federal prksoners 
was a main rea»'On for the removal made , J^r^' s^nt to Murfreesboro as fast us taken. 

last month by Poitmii.stcr Nichols. Tht i » , » , » 

iircscnt ofli<"c in its interior arrangement, I . f. ,, •!//-. • «. i 

I'rten" &c., is ample for the worlc to be ' -After the arrival of General Banks at 
done therein. ' ^'^^^' Orlean.*", the question of the future 

It may be noticed that .«nch ckingo of ' movements of the expedition was dis- 
location' has resulted in finding more j cussed among ihe general officers in his 
commodious and suitable «[uarters. We presence, when he remarked: "Gentle- 

luine the dav is not far distant when the • ,. 

jiupe int. ua> »» Y'^' .111- ; "i'"» — we shall never return as we came 

Government will erect a building ex-, . .^./"^7""' 

pressly for its various ofEcers and depart- (puiuting down the Mississippi), and we 



juents located hero. 



of the right side of thet:ible and bin;.'s th 
.song he has composed during th.e mo»ul«. 
The com])aiiy have the right i>) ;;ive one 
round of applause, but none otlier.'^ can 
be given except on invitation ol't.V Pres- 
ident. Xo hisses are allowc^tL The si- 
lence oT the audifnce is tiw lesson of the 
rhymer. Tho song jvtbasher ot Pf.ris, 
Mons. Vieillot, is a member of the Soci- 
ety, and his applxise- is regarded as valu- 
able, for soniji ic likes sometinus reach 
editions of rvH^.OOO copies. .Some ol the 
membei«. vf thij« society liAve written as 
mai>y a.s M>i>s<^ngs; nio^t of the members 
arc ;;.;rAons employed in qovirnmeiit, or 
Ov-ciipie<l by this div;>ion, which had iw f in conunerclal ofUee's. It is in this society 
artillt ry. I saw a heavy force co.rfing I the immcn.se number ol songs atloal in 

''■■' '- '° ' ■■■'■■ ■•• ' •■■ '•■■ ■ France are written." 

The .«uiiden death of one of the lead- 
ing stars of the lashion.able world of 
P.ari4 is announced, and the club go:»ips 
aro wild over tlie terrilde story ot her 
fiite : 

"It seems In brief, that at the Kau;< of 

Ems, the Countess D had formed a 

/un6'(')i with ayoung Russian, whichcaused 
her to i)rotract her stay there longer than 
usual: till, in short, a pressing letter from 
her husbaml imlueed her to return to 
Paris. Along with her Russian lover, 
she retnrn«'d the very evoiiing before her 
husband, who was also absent from Paris. 
h:id announced hia arrival, so that not 
only were appearances saved, but a land- 
aJblc alacrity cxhiliit«'d. P>y her compaii- 
iiJii'Vi advice, the ladyalll'dited at her owi 
hoteU in the Ruede Granille, thus proving 
by the tute f'c presencf, ihat she had 
o.bevvd the injunctions ol the Court, her 
husband. But. :is it had been agreed on 
bctorehanil, the lovers were resolved to 
spend the last evening togeth«'r, before 
parting, as it were, forever. The great 
gulf of etiquette, propriety, and the 
prudence of Paris life, once between 
tl.em, they kn*w well ei*n«<:h that the*, 
would henceforth become iks intirh sc" j.-i- 
rated as though by the vvholc bread Ji of 
the universe, AVilh this reflection 
they agrecii to meet at a nrf'e, at 
the angle of the Boulevard dps Italiens, 
and a street called by the ;/andini, *La 
Vallr des Larmes.' (iVavtriti,) and here 
the mystery of the suicide begins. 

-\rii>ing together, they ordered a 'cab- 
inet particulier,' which wa-i furnished 
them in the series overlooking the boule- 
vard. The ladv appeared overcome with 
grief and trouble. A dinner of the most 
exjiensive character was served, an<l dur- 
ing its consumption Imlh attendants up- 
|iointcd to wait upon them, observetl the 
striking contrast exhibited in the behavior 
of the guests. While the lady grew more 
and more desponding as the dinner ju-o- 
ceeded, the spirits of the gentleman rose 
higher. He had already drunk largelv 
during dinner. t.aking nothing but cham- 
pagne, according to Russian tasle ; and 
when the dessert was plaetd uj)on the ta- 
ble, and the waiters withdrew, both of 
them observetl that he seemed to have had 
'as much as was good for him.' 

"After the exit of the waiters a silence 
of more than an hour took jdace in the 
room occupied by the pair, when.sudileidv 
there burst forth from that room the 
wildest shriek ever uttered in mortal 
agony. The tloor flew oj>eii and th(5 
young Rus.sian, j>alc as death, with tot- 
tering steps, and a countenance fright- 
fully distorted rushed along the gallerv, 
calling aloud for help. The whole estab- 
lishment was rousetl on the inst:int ; 
.and the lady was behold lying back on 
the jofa a corpse, the blood' streaming in 
a torrent from her throat, and flowing 
slowly through the rich lace trimmings 
of her <lress, to form a ghastly pool, in 
which her violet boots ^\ere soaking, in 
horrible contrast to the gay sei^ne around. 
A doctor was immediately sent for, (Dr. 
, of the Rue de Hild'er,) and he pro- 
nounced life extinct, death having been 
imme(iiatc from the stab in the neck, 
which had severed the jugular vein. The 
police were, of course, on the alert in- 
stantly. What had taken place in the 
hour after the waiters h.ad left can only 
be learned from the young Russians ac- 
count. He declares that through the 
haze of wine and cigars he can but re- 
member having arrived, amid the* tears 
and regrets of his companion, to the sec- 
ond bottle of Champagne, which stood in 
the wine cellar, and his hand was on the 
bell to summon the waiter to draw the 
cork, whoa the lady who had been 
weeping violent implored biin to ab- 
stain from calling any who might be able 
to b«ar testimony to her emotion. Ac- 




SIMITII Sc TAYLOR'S, 
•* Olieap OasU Store," 



EXPRESS OFFICE. 
We havf onjund a choice lot of 

KALMOHAL SKIR.TS, 

the cheapest in tlie market. 



till th.> iiottle vvas .apparenlh; empty, .soxt.VGS, NUniA.S, lioons AND sCAltFS, 
though next day it came replenished as ii\ 
kiixl of sentry over a plate cl edibles. i 

While thus takiu;r his luiieh it was no- 



In srre.it variety of stj 1m and oolur4. 
OUR STOCK OF DRESS GOODS 

Is ua<<iuaUoJIntIiUcitr. consistiugiupirC of 

Sl'Li:.\DlI) FltEXCn MEniXORS, 

ut tin' best make, in all colurii. 

!i ''I'V^''^"",?^;''! ALL WOOL REPS, 

I'l.AlX AND FKiLKED UXIOX HEPS, 



PLUnand Figured Dciaine.s, Mottled Cloths, Em- 
pre'ig Cloths, Valencia Tlaids, &c., &e. 



tpiautity niu<t g.-t Inebriated ; and .so the 

story i-ommenced, and how it grew we 

need not repeat. It hai>peued, however, 

that one of his familv who Iri'i seen the ' 

Seeretarv drinkiiiL' his eohl t( a in tho "^ol»- ? Beside^; a larpr*- variety low priced Dress Goods 

let — for it was nothing but :i. simple de- | Al-i'» choice patterns of Flannel Shet-rtiiijj'' 



•e, 

:ind his Duchy of Cornwall brings in a 
net income ol .* 12."). <•<*'> a year. Besides 
this. Parliannrnt will vote him about 
."^.V M ),( M M I a year duri:ig his mother's life, 
and vote .'i'2.">t>.<.>'Xl a year as pin money to 
his bride. They will aLo have Marllio- 
rougli House, clo.«c to .St. James' Palace. 
as a rent free rcsi<lenci'. 

Certainly, it cannot be dotibteil the 
British royalty is in clover. Lancf.shiri; 
nuay starve, but the royal familv llouri.^E* 
upon the f.at of the earth. They toil iu>t„ 
neither do they spin, yet they were boiih 
with golden spoons in their nioj;ths. 
Hitherto, a< English history sliows, eery 
Prince ol Wales, within the last t'ln-e 
hundred and fifty years, has bolied Loin 
tho lourse, imnieiliately afK'c reacliing 
hi.s majority, and become hea.> of a party 
opposed to the reigning sovereign his 
father. This is so, parWularly vitii 
Frederick, eldest son of George H, an 1 
with George, eldest son of (ieorge HI. 
'J'lie Times, with very doubtful taste, read 
a homily on this head to Albert Edward, 
and bade him not ;ro aivd do likewise.'' 



eoctiini of cold tea which tli • Sf^cretary i 
human enough to have ;i predilection l«)r 
— came to the e.^nclusion lli;.t i" \»;ih the 
bottle, the goblet and the te.i. -v/hicli were 
tin- authors of the seaiid;il uli«:-all, and a 
change was niaile, and a t'.-a-'^ uj> w:\3 su!)- 
stituted. Tlie scaul.il ctvased around 
th" department, thouidiit sti'l lives abroa<l. 
and lione l>iit th"-c. v.lsu liave political 
rcasoui lor di'liking the Secretary j>er- j 
sist that it is still hrauly and water, t!;</ 
taken fro:u a cup." 

We ha\ e heard tlicst* same unfavor?.- ' 
ble rumors with iVi.';>ru to Mr. Sevvar<?> i 
but never upon tiae aiith-mty of any on'.- ' 
who ])roles.->i.'d lo kii'jT-. tlie fads, and I 
long ago disn;i.si«il tlie^.n as entirely un- ' 
worthy of eredcacv.', tSince the artiole in ' 
the (iiuedr .ipj>?:tLr»*'! "^e have niadesom+' : •» f (JVPY 
inipiirics of .". gcntlv'tu in v.dio has known ; ^A. 

Mr. .Sewanl hn:g ami intimately, ami vriio , i;i>oDCOI-L.\Tr,i:Af,feE( UUIl YltE'i CIUEU 
frecjceiilly !.:ui <>tvaf li)n to vi^^it tlie State ♦ 
I)c[iartnient. Ho inliy confirms the .itatc-. ■. 

nieiits of our conte-.nporary. and has co*i- j 

vincc'i n-' Oi.tt il-.e. caiumr.ies relcrri;d to ' ^ f" A R I X E BANK* 



All kinds of White and Colored 

F" L ^^. :n' :n" K L , 

tireat Karp:.ains ia llleached and Brown CO'VTOX.S 
and uU kinds of Domestic Cioods, Hosi try, 

(ilove-;, Ladies' and Gentlemen'.s 

■U'rapjitTs and Drawers, Hoop Skirts, Cors ?ts, &c. 

All lif whicii wo will sell 

for cash nt i'Rures to .luit the closest bu yer*. 

' Kg- Call and examine for yonr«elvea, at 

J 

'The Cheiip Ca.sh Stcre " 
SMITH & TAYLOU, 

dec--'j ST. PAUI-, MINXES OTA. 

TO LOAN. 



H. K. IVVKKi: & <■<»., Anction- pro. 
On fhird-sl., iieconil door from .lac! :si>ii-»t. 
janl St. Paul, Mlun isota. 



Henry Tollman it Co. 

W. F. Collmrn 

Itahuer & Wnber 

James Ilellak 

A. Couse 

Ph. P. Werlein 

A. & S. Nordheimer. 

Persons unacquainted with the Melodeon and 
Us hi.storv, will liear iu niiud that we are the pio- 
neers and leading mnnufactuiers, not only in lh«» 
United States, but in the world. Wc coinuieucfu 
the manufacture of Melodeous iu the lull oith'- 
vear Is47, and .since that timf> tiave linisli'-'l nisd 
Hold TWE.NTY-SEVEX THOLSAND. IheM? 
Instruments are nowiuu.«eiiot only iu the Lnitetl 
States and Canada, but al.so in EuroiK', Asia, Airi- 
ca, South America and the \Ve.^t Indii'.^.amirroia 
all ttiese quarters we have the ino.-.t tlalteriiip 
testimonial* of the high estimation iu whicli tiny 
are ln-ld. 

AT ALL INDU.STUIAL EXIIiniTIOX.S TIIKV 

UAV'K INVAKI.vnLY llKK.V AWAKI>EU 

THE HIGUK.ST PKKMICM WIIK.N- 

KVEU EXtliniTKI) IX COM- 

PETITIOX WITH UTIIEK.S. 

We «hall take pleasure in forwariling by nial 
(at our own expenm') our Ilhistrat.-d «'atalogui-, 
ill which every instrument we iiiunufaetuie i"* 
fully deicribed and illustrated by elegant engiuv- 

lllfJS. 

All Melodeons of our manufiicturo, either sold 
by us or dealers in anv part of the I'liiteJ Stalp* 
or Canada, are warranK'd to be perf'ct iu <v.ry 
respect, and aliould any rej^irs be necessary be- 
fore the expiration o'f five years from date of 
»ale, we holn ourselves ready 'and wiUiii^ to ninke 
tiie same free of charge, 'j)roviiied t\'.o injury 
is not caused bv accident or desijrn. 

Agents for the sale of our Melodeons may be 
found in all the uriucii<al towns ol the Lnii^d 
Sfuten and Canaoa. 

Addn.'sii either 
GEO. A. PllIXCE & CO., r.uffalo, X. Y. 
(ii:<>. A. PltlNCE & CO., h7 Fulton st., X. Y. 
UKO. A. PRINCE & CO., 4a Eak- -st., Chicago, 

Or either of the above wholesale agents. 

For Kale by MUXGEK UKOS., Agents, St. 
Taul, Minnesota. 

nnr'J9dfcwlv 



i. — bii-iiin ■nn-m» 



c 



L A I M S F O R 



have not tji'.-shaj jw ofa fact npou v. liich j -L' 

to re-«t. I organized under the fSeneral IJanking I^w of 

Minnesota. 

0.r..TrUKi;rj.,Ca«hier. C.K.WELLS.rres't. 

^e~Ofrice in Coulter's Block, .lackson. Street, 
St. Paul. deca6-3m 



. arc nijt yoing to Texa».'' 



Cirvat .Vl«>n Belictlvd. 

Under this head the Boston Gazette 
has some timely and jndicions rer ijuks hj). 
on the tendency ot m.-vny inim'.s to belittle 
our public men— to trump 'jj, or circnlate 
reports of their persr^nal weaknes.ses. 
Perhaps many of ou' readers liave heard 
the mysterious rj,„ors which are thus 
somewhat huu- oroiisly exploded by our 
contemporar y ; 

'.. *^*' e in |)oiiit will illustrate iMther 
forcJnlw^ the folly of believing all we hear 
or aU we read. For some months past it 
has i)eeii no uncommon thing for muii to 
'y'.n up their eyes and shrug their slioul- 
'uers when the name of Mr. Seward. See- 
'j rct.arv of State, was mentioned. There 
was a mysterious something amonjj tliose 
who Itad been to Washington, a haIf-doid>t 
half breathed and whispered by the mouth 
din>etly into the oar, and there were hints 
thrown out which ripened into stories, 
and In course of time statements were 
made, and fin.ally, alter n few obs<ure 
nc\vspaj>ers had given it a form, it cumo 
back from Richmond that the Secrt;tary 
of !St;tle wa-i intemperate, th.at his habit.s 
were bad, andiho.se wise fellows who * gi» 
to Washington twice .a month' shook thew- 
Inads and looked wondrous wise. \W 
heard it everywhere, in diirerent cities, 
but when we ventui-ed to express a doubt, 
or .at least to ask how it w.as that our so 
badly addicted to the use of intoxicating 
spirits could pen snch able State pajx rs, 
we found there were those ready to show 
us the man who had seen the"Secr*tar] in 
a very convivial condition, though we have 
always failed to meet the identijeal man 
who could vouch for the truth af thiv ru- 
mor from his own ])ersonal kn©wledg«« 

It would, jierhaps, be useless to at- 
tempt to convince some ]»ersons of the 
entire fal«:lty ol" this renors. They have 
accumulated these flying fictions initil 
they a?!sure their own lainds that where; 
there is somuch smoke there must bo some 
lire. These old s:vyJngs arc so convini- 
ent when we want \o, dccejvn. ourseltes, 
and so flattering -whvui wo want to cnm- 
pliment our ovsn sjtgaeity • The Secreta- 
ry, however, in spite of his alleged devo- 
tion to tho bottle, continued to diseharg*! 
his oflicial duties, and the "Trent" aflair 
made apparent tl»e fact that a vigorous 
pen and undiminished intellect were still 
in his possession. Yet the story was cur- 
rent, and it was but last week we came 
within one of seeing a man who luad seen 
the Secretary srhen he was not the Secre- 
tary solM»r. 



A IVvnl (or tli<> St-oj f ror ;t Victor 
Ut;(r<>> 

The following let terfiiiia 'Victor Hugo, 
■written in Isol, wil) be jte'SkI with iutercjt 
at the present day : 

I have scarcely ain Bhiing- 1^ :idd to voiir K-tter. 

. ItwouM cheerfully, sign ev<.rf line ofit. I'lirsu.- 

your hi.lv work. Von lite -s with vou all great 
bouls and all {«ood he:t! x,i. 

You are i>V<a-i'd lo be'.ier ', am! to as«urc me 
tliil my vein- in this granil • i-ausi- ot liberfv. v. ill 
be li.^teiied to by the srv-:lt Ani'iie.in p.<>;i!o, 
wlioiii 1 Live .'O j>rcJowii'i£\ , and whose d. ■.•.tinier 
I mil lain to tr.tisk, a:o e.c .>-l.- Huii-d wiih i:>.' 
iiii»i.u oC #ruucc. Von tW _.ire me lo lilt up r.i, 
voic''. 

I will <Irj It at once, nret f will do it on all occn- 
hions. 1 !igf"> \v\:J.<. you iu tUiTikiii;; that, within 
:i d'liniie t.-,.Ye— Liw't. wvjt in a time not distant, 
the \ iiite.) Mtitc wlU t* •iiudiiii'' slavery wiih 
horr.jr! .^^UVvTv <a skkj a country; <:aii then' 
N' c.ii Incur! ^,iuity "jiore .X ou-trou.-V Barbari-m 
installed iii^be ifearL ui.' iiie coaiilry Which is it- 
»eli' tb'. aHiniriliou of tfi' . ili/aliou : "lilierty wear- 
1"K ucliuin; Masi-Jieniiy .■.•ln.iug Croiii the altar; 
tb' eoUar ol' l!ie n»'X''0' cb aiii>>d io tlie pcd.'.stal of 
*»Vashington ; It l- ai I' liii;; unheard of. 1 say 
mori', ii i:< iinpoSs IV'.*-. Si:c!i a .spectac'n' would 
destroy il^eil". ,'"li..- iigJ it of the nineteeuth cen- 
turv alom- i* i'Oou.^» to iestrov it. 

\Vnat : slav.T-- iciacti om-il by law anionz that 
illu^troin |)e(ipi(> who ior s:ev<Mity >ears have 
iiu'a.^uri d tile p! o^res! • (.n i ivili/aii'iu by their j 
march, deni iiisti atiiig'ieiiiocr.icy by ih-ir j.ow. r, j 
and liiii'i'ly I»v i leir iroyp-iity! ."•iavcry in thi' ; 
l.'nit.'d .st'itc-! It is .lii- .lury of this r.-p.illic to i 
set such a t>i<d e\: aople no longer, it is a sl.auie. 
aici s'te wa'* le'ver jxirii tJ bo'.i' her hei.d. 

It is nut when slavery is taking l.-ave of the 
ohl iia«ii)ii<, that i .should biTeoi'lvcl b • the new. 
Wlirtl I When sla- 'rry is departing fioiu 'I'urkey, 



^ioux I>epi*ccltitioii». 

The undersigned Is prepared to prosecele all 
claims against the Sioux Indians b*ifore the pro* 
per Department of the United States <Jovernm< nt 
ariiing out of recent depredations. All parties 
lutcTested can bo assured that the under.-igned 
pof>«esse8 facilities to obtain a speedy .«ettl«ment 
and payment of any claim which may be placed ia 
his hands. C. D. GrLFILLA:f. 

nov>2-d&w.'5m Catholic Block, St. Panl. 



UKW* 



:^-f^* 



t 



•H\ 



^ O K S ALE. 

:m O C C -A. S I N s . 
Men's Oil TanMoocasans, 

MILITARY BOOTS, 

&c., &c., &c. 

janr-tf %V.V. T. SniTH & CO. 

^* rpHE PEN IS MIGHTIER TIIAK 

JL THE SWOKD." 

Tlin GOLO PEN' — THK BEST OF ALI^ PE>? 

>Xoi' ton's Grold Pcnigt 

Tni: liEST PEys av tbe would. 

On receipt of anv of the following sums in cash 
, ,, . . . . ■'■'/■•'"S ,''."■'' .''''''^'-'.*'> r wr post-stamps, the subscriber will .send by return 

s'lallit restiu A nvrwxi vMi|t. drive it from 1 mail, or otherwi.se as directed,aGoldl'en or Tens 
the hear: h o( On Br. and adopt it in tin- hearth o. ; ^eUctUig the same uccordini/ to deiicriptit>n,vix- 
I'Vaiiklin ( No! . i«>! .No! • 

Iheie is an in lexibl.' logic which envelopo^ CA)l.V I'EXS, WITHOUT CASES, 

luor.' or \'=* slo »1> , wliidi fa-hions. wliich r-- t p^p .jj cents, th- Magic Pen; for 38 cents, the 
dn's:..s, arcordiii.:: i<» a in\ .-te: lo.i.s plan, p Tct'i)- • r.ucUv I'eu ; for 50 ccnt.>, the Alwavs-Keady I'en ; 
libleonly to«real Spirits, tliv men, the laws, the I r„r r.^cnts, the Kleiiant Pen ; and"for$l, the Ex- 
people; or, hitler, under ail human things, there oelsior Pen. T hese^eus ar-- not numbered, but 
areihiiigs diviii-. 1 correspond in sizes to numbers -', .3, 4, 5, and t 

l.;'t all those j. reat pouIs who love the I mted ,^ respectively 

nounc liberty. Tliey cauii6t renounce lib 'riy. ' < ASKS, VMTH Kt.>ciLS. 

riiey mu>t reuou oce slaverv, or renonnc the For 50 ceuti:, the Magic I'en; for 73 cents, the 

(josjiel. Tlieywi 1 never r.iioaiicj the tiosoel. i Uucky Pen; for $1, tin- Alvvays-Ueady Pen;foi 

.fl •,••>, the Klegaut Pen : and for $1 OU, the ExchI 

* * " I .-.ior I'eii. 'ili'se are wcU-Iinished, good writing 



N " 



TICK 



EXCELSIOR BUEWEIIY 0.\ i'HALE.N'."* 
CItEKK. 

All persons Interested will take notice tliat said 
Brewery i< now in full operation, and that ali 
contractu lor Darley. Hops, or Stock oi" any kind, 
for eaid Brewery, will be purchased by the uiide/- 
signed, or Andrew Xe.ssel, his General Agent, r.f> 
other person having authority to make such pur- 
chases. Mr. A. F. Keller is autliori/ed to s II' 
or deliver Beer, Ale, ftc, and to collict lor ne- nil 
claims on sales so made, but is not otherwise au- 
thorized to contract for said establishment. 

St. Paul, January Isf, isot. 

jaul-3m EAWKEXCE NESSEL. 



lyyiCHIGAN 



CENTK.IL 

KOAD. 



RAIL- 



— .Vn officer ' i 



.1 ciold Pens, with Irido^aiiu Points, the average 
m one of the colored regl- 'vearofeviTyoneoiwhic^i will far outlast a grobs 
. - 1 • • • .. 1 A <ii' the best >*teel Peus. 

ments in Loui nana, says in a recent let- j rhename'-A. 3Iorton,""Xumber,"and"Quall 

ter : "You wui dd l.e surprised at the pro- T' ?■■"■ ^«^'n5>'-«l on tlu- following Pens, and the 

' ' J oints are warranted for six luuntlis, except 

gress the Idack s make in drill and all the -iigainst acckt-nt. The numbers indicate size 
° . ,. , ,. 1 ,. , I , ,. xi/i'.- No. 1 being the smallest. No. 6 the largest, 

duties ol bOUUC r.S. 1 fmd them belter dis- adapted tor tlie i)ocket: No. 4 the smalle.st, and 
, . , , , , , t No. 10 the Jarge.xt Manunuth (Jold Pen for tha 

posed to learn. :uid more orderly and -4,.,^ Lou.; and medium Nibs of all sixes and 



rleaidv both in their ncrsnvs nnd nnir- I "lualiiies. .>.f on Nibs of Nos. 4, a, 6 and 7, and 
cii-aniv, .join m imir pt rsoi.8 anu quar | .'nad<! only ot hrsi quality. The ongravings are 



ters, than tlie whites. Their liirl»ting i lac-simileu of the size an.t styles. 

qualities have Dot vet been teste.l on a | , ""^I"' ^•»^^^- )VITHOUT CASES 
, , , T ' . I'or 75 cents, a No. 1 Pen, Ist quality, o 



or a No 



large scale, but J am ijatu-fied that, know- 3 Pen, rtd <pialitv 

., 1 *i t .. -II • I For Sl.a Xo. 2P<>n, Istqualitv, oraXo.SPen 

ing as Ifiey <lo that luey will receive no oj quaiit^., „r a No. 4 Pen. M qualitv 



quarter ar. the hands of the rebels, th n* 
will light t-o the d.sath. As an old Dem- 
ocrat, I litlt a little repug;tianee at havinjr 
any thin;; to do with negjroes, but h.aving^ 
got lairly over that, am m tho work. 



ForS^l'J.i, a No. a Pen, Ist quality, or a No. 4 
Pen, id «pnilitv, or a. No. 5 Pen, ad quality. 

For.?.'. 60, a' No. 4 Pen, Ist quality, or a >'o. 
P»'ii, id quality, or a No. 6 Pen, M quality. 

ForSl ro, a No. Pen, 1st quality, or a No. C i 
Peit, ia qualitv. 

For :?'.i i'l, a No, f> Pen, 1st quality. 

TllK SAME r.OLU 1»KXS IX SILVER KXTEXSIOH 

c.\si;s, WITH rExciLs 



They are just as gooil tools to crush the : For $1 50. a No. l Pen, 1st quality, or a No. .3 

t ii' .., , „ „«. I Pen, ."Jd quality. 
rebellion witli as can be got.' Ihere Forj^l 75, a No. 2 Pen, m quality, or a No. 
.,.1 ! -. -^ . .1 /• . reB.'.id< 



are three regiments 



Pen, ."Jd quality. 

For ^1 75, a ... 

Pen, id qualitv, or a No. 4 Pen, 3d quality. 



in service ; the first j ^or (■/, a No. :! Pen, ist qualitv, or a No. 4 Pen 
i. compose I of freeraen. the second has ==^,^f^'/io-,^<?.?.• | jV^^; =!^t'"3^., or a No. 
some that Avere slaves , while the latter is P«*n. 2d quality, or a No. c> Pen. ;jd quality. 

, , ., ,, , , , For #.i, a No. 5 Pen, 1st «iuality, or a No. C Pen 

coraposed almost vViioUy ol the latter tdquaii'y. 
j.{,j,j ' 1 or sfS 50, a No. 6 Pen, Is',: quality. 



"ol, DeGraff an d William Lamb of 
tlie Winona A: St. I* eter Railroad Com- 
pany arrived home on Saturday evening 
last, from a trip east ward. They arc pre- 
j>aring to push lor ward the work on the 
road at a rapid r.it e and will soon have :i 
strong force e!i,'^a ged in leveling up the 
grade, etc., pret lanatory for the iron, 
which will arrive -early in the spring. 



UOl.O ri;vs, ALL KIKST gi:.\LITY, I.H 81LVKR 
MOINTED lUCSK HOLUKKS. 

For SJ, a No. 4 Pen ; for $2 25, a No. 5 Pen ; foi 
$•> 7.'s a No. (1 i'en : for §:". 50, a No. 7 Pen. 

For *4, a No. « Pen ; for $5, a No. V Pea; ami 
for $'%aNo. lu )'en. 

Tlie "1st quality'" are pointed with the rery 
best Iridosmin I'oints, carefully selectee., and noBC 
of this qualitv are sold with the slighlM-'St impe-r- | 
lection which skill and the closest scrutiny exm j 
det'-ct. 
1 The "ed quality '" are superior to any Peas made 
i)y him previous to the \i'ar lt<*V>. 

'Tlie ":id quality" he'intends sh»dl equal in re- 
»pt' t to I>uiability, Elasticity antf i;ood Writfng 
Qualities (tin- only true considers tious) any Oolo 



. • *i ■ •. 1 » -xr -. I ' to sav that, iirevious to operating his N«-w and 

COtcniyoi-arv- in it is city, but a Maryland i j..„..n,od Jlichines, he could not have made as 

newsnnner s•«v•^ of l^ov llieks the *^""^* ^^' •"'''"?"'"' ^"'"***''' 
new»p6i>er, any s oi taov. iiitKS, ^"Bim^ the (Joldljeen furnished 

ne^vly appointctl I', S. Senator from that ' 
Siato: 



I Pens made elsewhere 
Thft IntcUi>jt nrcr, not our venerable ] Ju regard to the CheapGald Pe as.bebeies leave 

Most undoubtedly the story of his own 
t'oiivivlality reached the Secrctarj''s ears. 
We know th.at it did, in fact, and it per- 
haps puzzled him a.s much as it tlid otlmrs 
to ascertain the circumstance which irave. 
ri)«} to it. borne thought it was a rebel 
lie, and gave little heed to it, but others 
who kn(;whis style, of living were annoyed, 
that such petty scandal should spreail so. 
widtdy. It however came to light. Thi» 
Secretar}' confessed that he had given just 
cause ior suspicion ; he had in<leed been 
so thoughtless of appearances that he did 
not» perhaps, wonder any longer that tke-. 
censorious world jndged him by his bottl*. 

As is well known the Socrefaiv is a ve»T [ *" ^^y ^'»'' recent erection, of strong earth- , - ^. . , , ...„ .,,„, . „,„ ^r,.«f- 

It . ,. . • ' . . .V ',...,. f Notice is hereby given, tliat a promiSRorraote 

orks, with Ctihladmg f, res, South of that I for i? i /(.■^t.tt.t, dated June 27th, IMM, luadr by 



and Durable P« us, for tUa price, 
cen furnished gn.tuitously. 
J'nrHts orderiuo must intiU instnn>-es "peci^ 
I the "A«»nf»ir ■'«»!*/ " Q}Mhti/'"ofthelena wuni- 
j I'd, and l>^ imrlifulitr to de^crii >e tht kit d of Pens 
, , ,. \ thtu prefer— whether uti^' or lit t.ber,coa,-^evr1ine. 

*M)idy a few -/lays since he remarked nt ! All remittances by mail iu Ilegistered Letters 
eur hearing, tl al *M"c cn« »jcrer AatT <( | •"*' *'"•.'" """"• '^^^t^^NoTJTOV 

3iahle(.iovernmA)it and a peaceful I'm'nn \ „ .,>,.' ft V- v i, 

, , ■ , •' .1 * . - •• No. 23 Jlaiiten I.ane, New lork. 

aa. long as slar.< ry exists t« the country. \ ^nv on« (.ending a singla letter i>o8t-st unp will 
rpu 1. -i-i .1 •.• 1 i receive :. cii-cular with tlm engravings tbovere 

— ihat our militarv authorities have : f^^rrod to 

believed that at, attack on Alexandria was • ^^^JZuSiy.'^'''^"'^"'' '" *'"' "oMStS*" 



Gri'oat Centriil Routo 

I^ffl| |jMUUM U.4|mgii maj c 

To New York, New England and the 
Canadas . 

On and after SUNDAY, Nov. 23, 1S<52, trains wilt 
leave the Great Central Union Depot, foot of Lak# 
street as follows : 

030 a. m.— Day Express (Except Sundays) 
arrives at I>etreit at 5.e5 v. 'm., 
,"*U''iK!nsion Bridge at 2 2."» A. M., 
Albanv, 2.30 e. M., New York, 
8.:{<) P. M., Boston, 11 3o V. M. 
G.4& p. itt.—Nieht Fxpress (Except .Saturdays) 
arrives at Detroit at C>.45 \. M.. 
Suspension Bridge', 4 50 p. m., Al- 
banv, fi.SO A. M., New York, 11.1' 
A.M., Boston, 3.20 P. -M. 
Cincinnati trains, via M. C. Ilailroad, leave 
Chicago at 0.30 a. m., Mail Train; i"..45 p. .vt. I'asl 
Exp.-ess. Arrive in Cldcago at 10.05 a. m., Fast 
Exprt'ss, and 10.15 P. si. Night Mail Tmlu. 

The ff.-45 P. M. train leaving Chicago runs through 
to Cincittuati without change of ears or bagi:»ge. 

EUTTAN'S PATENT VEXTIE.VTOKS 

On Cars of Day Express Trains. 

Patent Sleeping Cars on Night Trains. 

Brngg^K* Checked Throii(;-h. 

4Ej-ThrouglT tickets for sale in all I'rincipal 
Ilailroad Office ? in the «est,at the General OtTSw, 
corner Ijike and Deariorn streets, (under tho 
Tremont House..) Chicafo, and at the Depot 

K. N. li*lCE, <.i*ner;il .Superinteiulent. 
J. W. SMITH, "V^'cste^n Passenger Agent. janJ 

R. GALEA'S IRHATE DISPEX- 

SAJY, 

A.ntlMioUiealniMiSui'g'ioiil 
Oflcc. 

HTABLISHED IN ST. 
PA;E, .lune. imc', lor the 
cur of the following coju- 
plaiits: CilK«)jiic.v.M> I'Ki- 
VAK Dl'iKASHs, inchidiiiir 
IhiVE.NEitEAL DI.sEAfS- 
l->.!iall iis forms,. stricture, 
I I'Sii, Fi<tula, lluj)ture, Dis- 
casH ol the Kidneys, iJlad- 
der&c. To YiiCNi; MliN. 
paricular attention given 
to tic secret intimiities of 
youAt >id manhood arising 
iroiB c«tain secret habits. 
MinoL AoKO and eveu 
Old Mf.n, who ieel a debiltiiu advance of their 
years restored to vigor. 

To THE Laoies — Female tseases cured, *uch 

as Leucorrhea, Menstrual Keases, Falling of 

the Womb, Ulceration ol thOs Lteri, &c. For 

I «ale,Dr.Dewee'« Female Pu.s for obstniction.>., 

: Irregularities, &c. Safe and rtuin at all limes, 

• but should not be u.sed durinaregiiancy, as they 

would produce Mincurriuge. 'rice dl 'l"'r box 
!• aind mav be sent by mall. *<o, Dit. G.M.t:.N'-i 
5 I'KKVKNTIVK, for those wiing to limit their 
t •atiffspriiig, will last a life tiintand warranted to 
t injuiu tho health. Price 4 and may be seui. 
i Iw mail. 

"PAITENIS AT A DISTACE— Treated by 
ecxmespondence, and Mediciu sent under seal 
to CM re any oase at home. 

N. B.— "For particulars corrnig the alKivo 
natters, send for our MKDUAfjKPoKT on a New 
Metltoil of Treatment, contaiug i'A pages. :!o en- 
gravings, and numerous casesi-ut under seal, ou 
receipt of ten cents or stamp.* 

In addition to a regular Metal F.ilucation, th<« 
Doctor lias had many years' vpeiience in th- 
treatment of the above diseasi and l>y devoting 
himself exclusively to tlii.-s (uirtmciit of jirat- 
tice, and pr(>pariiig his ovmi Mtcines, lie is ena- 
bled to cure all cases within tlireach of niedical 
aid, without risk or exposu; in the shorte.'«t 
po.isible time. Separate apanents alwavs iit 
reserre so that patients see nuiebut the doctor, 
and all interviews conlideutia 
vK^Oflice in Concert Hall, Ird street. 
Okkici" Hoins dally from a. m. to 2 P. M. 
Sundays irom 2 to 5 p.' M. 

Address all communication* DR. GAI.KN*5 
SAINT PAUL, MINN E.S<rrA jan4 





arasng the posibilitlcs, .tays a Washing- 
ton letter, if n< .t the pro: labilities, is prov- | y OST ITIOMISSORY NOTE. 



hard worker, lie rises early and is »Se ' 

first liead of a department who is at hos v _;»,, 

post. Nine o'clocu in the morning v«»v • , , , , 

rarely finda his chair unoccupied, cix'lf '^'^'V'' . ^^^^ ^^ ^^^ ^°^^^' *^^ ^^'^^ 

very rarely, too, is the Secretary to be garrisoned, both by ftrtillerymen and 

se«a at that hour without b« is smoking &. sharpshooters^ 



' .'"^ehulenbeig, BcecUeler & Co., of Stillwat<»r, ai»d 



These, its well ar. lorts Lyon, Ells- j,avable one year from date, to the order of the 

.state University of Jkiinnesota, has been lost by 
the liolder, and all iwrsons are cautioned from 
having anything to do with the same, as " 
been fuUv paid by the drawers. 
jauS-2'd&2tw WSI. M, I^HBALL, Tr«a8«r«r 



TO TAX PAYERS INMILLE LAC 
COUNTY. 

Notice ix herebv given that tl amount of tux 
levied on each dollar valuation r the yt-ar A. n. 
1802, it as follow s : 

For the support of State Coveriwnt . .2'\. milN. 
For payment of Interest on publdebts.-'J milN. 
For the support of State commot-hools.v: -"ills. 

For defraving County exiH'uses '.Hi. 

For building and rei)airing rcadtod 

bridges in tltetowu of Irincet 5 mills. 

" " East Piitton...2 milU. 

For town expen»«.s— Princeton «i, milis. 

•' " — East PrinciM ', m'lls. 

For school dist. expenses, Dist. 1. 2 ... .s. nd'Ju. 

Princeton, Jan. 5th, ie<>;. 

E. J. WITNEY, 

Jan7-w4w Couii Treasurer. 




f^iASlL PAID FOR WHAT, RYE. 

f/'ha. M.BLET, OATS and CORN, id DRESSED 
i HOiiS. at my Warabeuaa, Upper avee. St. I'aul. 
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fart. ;■■> ( a^a!r. . ^: -a;. ■ t.. Ka^t 'IVu- 
liessin-.wilh.il a paiala ; la t]- history 

of war. 

llayar.I. ot" IKlawaiv, an.U haiulU-r. oi 
Mifhiiran. iiav.- L-.-n .I.-t.'.l u. the >i'n- 
a:.' nf thf l'!.!:' 1 "ta- -. 

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icy of th- E:!<:Mi(.r,;n thr ].ro|iO<f'l plan 

Dl" iu(^a;ali.)n. vail Ik: -ratihin;: to th.- 

Anicrii/a:i pvu^^i'. 

THE Tkiiiia» MKt;ar<iKiiT. 

Tai-i m.)vai:;.:. liv-' c 'iiipai-i"^ "i' thi> 
HfgiiiK'iit will reiiJozvou- at V.'ft S.-al- 
liivl an.l fivi- at Win.jn::. p:-.parat.>iy to 
thoir .1 parfiH-e fn.m tlu-Siat-. Th.-M-at 
Fort ;>! iliii^ will 1..- niuh-r lonimaiul ui 
Col. lifi^-^s. .lal tho.-- at Winona ua.lci 
conuu-in.i ol' (-'»1. AtnlnM^-. 

The K.'-iiivnt i> orlvl to Cairo, an.l 
will probai.;} pr.- —i Iroai tiiat p^ji:;t ti. 
join Uosoi'iMiiz at Mnrfrocsboi-o, :Mi.l to 
entt*r .U o;uo upon a.ti-.e .nr-.i.-.-. 

Th=' t'ollo-.vin2 is a list ol llu- oirn-cr.^ oi 
the Ui'j^iment : 

KIKI r> --iN"!' STA!-.-. 

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?ai;ir:in ;iti<l uii;h"riti.'- 

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Ai.r.AXY.Thurs.iay, .Ian. 1. 10;*..— The 
inauguration ol Guv. SL-yu-.our took plat-o 
ni th.' Assombly < hambor of the State I 
C.-tpit.)l lo-.lay at 1 1 oVloclc, in presence j .,^-__^ 
of a Ian:;.' .iml distinjri'i-ho'l asben»blaRe. ^^q^ 
.Mai.y oC the .Si-ynionr Cinbs an-1 othar , 
!h'nji>i'rati!.' Dr^tanl/atioiis IVoin clitVcrcnt I 
parts i»r tin' State w-ro ret^rebcnteil, and 
a nnniber o( tho icadin.^' iTpresontatives 

of tho party wlto prosi-nt. The orowil i 

r.llod the ilonibor an.l tho rotunda ol" the DomOCratiC Bosolutlons. 

Capitol an«l eovore.i the park in Iront ol' i ^ 

liio bnildini?. Ainon;; tho iloltfrMed bod- I ^^^^^^^^ /,;^^h»/cA to the S„int Pmtl I're^^. 
ivs in attindanoe vas .1 Cnnniittio horn | SrKiN<;Kir.r.r), .Ian. '«. 

iho \ onn;: Mi n'.s Dtaiocralio I'nion As- | Mr. \Ve«j»oroirered a rosolution in tie 
smlation of X»w York city, eonsistinij ot i House to-day in (avor of tho immediate 
.Mt>M-.-. William K. Tro-t, M. L. Harris, j .suspension ol lio.>tilities, and an amicable 
Willia:.! <'. Il'.iod. s, In-pjainiii l!ay, Dan- ' ^rith-nunt of diilieiilties, 
lol Yonn;.', K. U. llr.adiord, .1 l>. Hunt, 
lii«b.»n .1. Tttckor, and John 3I.-Keon. 
.So iar^e a ;:alherinj; Ilis not boon witncss- 
od .at the iii.iiij;r.rat:un of a (Jovornor of 
lhi> Suto lor m.iiiy years. 

Thi- oath ot olll'-o was ailnilnistorod to 
Gov. Soyinoiir .and Liint.-(iov. .Jones by 
SoiTitary o( Stato r.;.llar.l, and wlirn the 
ro(|iiir'-nlent:i of tiio t'on-tiiuti.'ii had 



LATEST :VEWS. 



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Gen. Carter's Expedition to Bast 
Tennessee. 



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NEWS PROM RICHMOND 
PAPERS. 



ni.Sl'.VTL. \XI> II VLLK< Iv. 



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Legislature of Minnesota. 

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F' I F T II S P: S 3 I O l^f r 



Dispatch from General Bragg. 



Jeff. Davis at Riclimomd. 



Mr. ()T»rieu also olfen-d a preamble 
donounoing the Proelamatioii of the 
Presidont in the strongest terms. They 
app'-ar to be bent on miseliitf. 

liH' resolutions of the Democratic 
meeting declare unehangeable devotion 
to the Union an.l Irec in.^titutions, and 
that all wrongs be redressed by peaceable 
iiH-ans. TIkv condemn the sn.-<pcnsion of 



Financial Buin Imminent tD the 
Confederacy. 



'I'vv I n •;'h- a 
Il:iii.-a.:-ii. '"V. K"-s" 
Ina'n scrvin- i". tlii Ar u_\ 
last tw.> yoar<, ha i 
VMrk—iat. i liiiu t ' ..i-'r t!i. II' 
any . apai-ii> t ' 
CaiU-d ."Stales i a 
l.;-liii':i. 'f'.A.\ a 

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jii^t arrueil ni .'•••w 
!it ir si'r\i'''s in 
i,. ( inv.'rmiiont ot thi- 
I, , ..i-.i- <t with iht' re- 
>.)n.< >>! Madam.' Z'l- 
i-c a year s.-i,-\ was 
s. A sun of MaiLnni" 
.latt'^.ii. ait.'tn.'r M't.-r I'l l!i«' K\-(ii>vern- 
.)r, hasaK.»enl<rii o ir -■-.■vi^'o. Wo an- 
dad t.> loam, b; t' .■ aio.j ivooiit arrival-. 
viat thr roiaors . 1 i.\^\ . K'.^'.i'h's ill 
hoalh are witiiout foniidalion. He is in 
. .\»cll.iit hoalth a! d .-].irits. 

C>iiirt Ol' .lliniiffiotu. 

ivj-.i.! C.Cr.'i. i;i>-!> M.l.nt, \-|. .'.•'•i l'>. r>:'->i''tr, 

i",:mii-:i. -<'fL>. i". ''''a'"- ?:-"^i''-- 
A i!..>ti.n l..r a low trl..l und. r the '.th 
-.nl.rui.-ion (!f set on .":». pa^.-oCl, of tho 
I'oiiij.il d ."^tatllt^ .*, in a case tried by tho 
. ..lit. at d .lo'.idt.l out of ttrui, to'ast b,- 
auoi.at tho earli.->t opportunity afior no- 
ioo. tha: tho doci> on'has been rcndert.-d. 
A 111 ; tion lor ro icl'apainsl a jii.lgnuut 
taken against a p-rty throu.<:li his ina.l- 
v.rionc.'. surprie or c\.-ii»a!ilo negle; t 
nmi.-r soction \. p .i:o -'.l I of llio Couipl!- 
^'^\ Matutos no.i.-t lo made with diligciic 
litoi- notice olth.' jii.lgii.eiit, and a-.» oi- 
ler ma.lo :n siu h :i moti.'H, cither graiit- 
■jii: or relu-iiiir *o grant tho relict sojigl.t 
isTiot aopoala'il", beoanse the .ippli.a- 
lion is .ill.bvs-od hi lIi': di-oivtion of tho 
Toa.t. 

.\ppenl- from othrs of this chara-ter 
will b' dismissed nnlos it dearly .li'liear., 
rh.ar there has been an abn-^e ol ti..- di.>=- 
.•ntioii which is poscssid by th.- C'-rrt 

lie!''... 



'.ten coaiprud with. t.ov. M.irgan, w.'io i tho writ of Habeas Corpus, the arresting 

of j.rivate citizens, the issuing of the 
proclamation ol emancipation, and usur- 
pation of power, the violation of State 
sovereignty, ami disregard of the popular 
wishes. Tl.ey declare the admission of 
Western Virginia into the I'nion as i.u 
independent Stato, an act of levolntion. 
i'lvolvinga jilain breach of the Constitu- 
tion. They repudiate secession, but 
la\ora National Convention of all the 
States at l.or.isvilh'. Kentucky, at the 
earliest period, to ailjust the national dif- 
ficulties, an.l recommend the Legislature 
to appoint commissioners to said eonvcn- 
tioii. They say the National LegisLituro 
has no jiower to lax the pcojdc ol Illinois 
to pav I. ir negroes South. 

The resclntlon-j wen- unanimously 
adopted. 



apjiearcd at the Speaker's d.-^k with Gov. 
Sevn'.otir, spoke as follow.s : . 
I. i>\<-.i\.>r .■■'•> a.i.iui . 

'fhe oath you h.-xvo j-.ist taUn fnhills 
the re ['liremetits ol tl:.' Coie*titoiion and 
laNNS, ami ai',ai:i lormal'y invest-- m'U with 
tho high oiiiic of Governor of the Siale 
t'f New York .<-.si:.'Ii I nov.- greet \ou, 
and teiid"r y.mr Adminisiration :.ll t!ie 
.-iipporl whali a pii\ at-- cili/ea t.oi ;:i\. . 

t.'ontidiiig in yoiir ability and pat riot i-m, 
t':o people ol this. yo';r native Stale, 
lia\e <-al!e«l yo>i to th.-'iiischaru.'of -hiti -s 
.•;»• 'ond onlv in iinpor; 'ii.e lo ihoM- ».( t!ie 
Chief Mag>tr.i.-y ol tiio Cniud States. 

.V ciiaiiL'o nl admini.-tration hero Ins 
rcAo.- taken place at a pori.id so crowh'd 



with vital e\ents as nov,- 



I'.irtnnatilv 



c;i:it : 



Ml! 'tr S-nirtt:il — !»i.N 

■ ir:i S''ri{''ai't — V.iv-;ii:'. 

..... ,'>—'s.\uv'\ ni\!iv 

I o.ii'Avv .o-i I i:i:>. 
fj. .1— f.'dl.'ui!!, n;c.!.-; I":r-t i.i..a;.-n.T..t, ■. : - 

>,«-juil I.i. u.. uiui, (j.-i<rijf .\iti\iir..';.. 
(,. ;.-'a;):iiia,.l:aii.. 1'.. 11.31 ; lir»t l.i.'.ii.ii- 
aiit, i: .IMn C. Oi.i! A. V. A. <..t.. Urn. .-iW.'V): 
,' •..- .li.'. I.i. 'Ofiiaiit,.! «i:ita;iii A. ( liiir. I'i;:. 

C. r_i !;,:ain. v;»^int ; Kii-: l.l.-ut.-i.ai.r. AVit 
U:im K. ».i-uiie.i>n^; .-«■•■ i-.i.'i I.i- 'a:..ii no, I.v'.a .. 

lli!l;n.'a. 

, /.._' i; tiiu, .I'lliii \an-tiuin: I i.-.-t la.'ii- 
fmr. .) . 1.! ... (iast-.r-.a; S'.-)a.| Ll-ateiiau!, 
Olof Lilj.'-oo;!. 

,:,. A'-Cptain, K.lu;.r'l l- H"'.^ r: '"i'-t ••'''"- 
t.Mwnt. Willi.'t W. IKliiV. ; - . .-.-•.•l l-i.-ufiu iit, 
(...>;■-.' W. Kii;h'. 

r ,. ; _' a..ta':'. Jam..- M. I'.owI-t: lir-t Li.'u- 
t -a. It, utto 1' • h-i-: .-.^....oii.lji.:.- U-'iiiint, < ..'or-. 

L. .Jaiiiis'iii. 

Co. r;— lui.tai.i. ra.T.tt 'A. K.ist.r: I .rsi I-.-'u- 
t-nroit, .le'ui IK.vi>r.'i'x; >.•.•-. nd la.uti'iuint. M'- 
jili.Ti Kii'iails. 

^■.,. //^—Caiitain. B. iijiuiiln F. IV.- : 1 ir->t I.i'u- 
tf'innt, Uavs.l .Mis.-mr: S-oa.l l.i"iit.iiaiit, I-aui 

■r.ivl..r. 

/•„. /—f.iptuin. .To-'pli il. .«<un;.; I-ii^t Liin- 
tcaant. liam.m <.irf.-iil..a|-; .^..cou.l I.i. ut -uant. 

Krai.'A. W. Mm—. 

r.). A'-i a!<rni:i, .lain. -. I.. li...!u'.-; Fir^t I.i-u- 
tpuaiit, Hiram 1». ..af^; So.-onJ l.it'uti ;..•: :. •: ' 
icjih It. I'atnaiii ,A. U. C. ;i> <i.'ii. >ili! : . 

Kifort..> are licing made to ana the Ileg- 
imeiif with Springiield Killc. This will 
aihl mm h to its eliiciency. 

It is now wt 11 ollicered, and we havi- 
no doubt that upon the first opporf.niity 
m\-vi\ it the liegimeni will act. with such 
gallantrv as to l orevor retleeiii itself from 
the -Jain now renting ujion it, by the iiii- 
fortuuato cun.hict ot Its former otli.-er-. 



!'...iia.l'. ">V!.; .■. < . , v»^r-a- (.'h.w.U. !i..'i- .\ 
» II., .■-_% il:tii:!-. 

The .■..luplaint Jle;;ed tiie making ami 
.'.eliverv of a proi lissory not.' by tlie de- 
fendants to the |t!aiiiti!ls. whereby they 
Di'oniise.l t'l pay ; <-ertain sum. Oiro. The 
liusuci- denic.l that the deloudants bv the 
note mention, il p! .>iiii«' 1 l<> pa.v the plain- 
tills or tlair of.l.-i tie .-^iini iiientionc.l in 
the eonij'Iafit < r any sum wh'.t.s.r. 
//t/o'. That till- alli'gati.in of the complaint 
utioimted to an avenia-nt that the 



.va- pava'.le to th' plaintills. 



no*... 
.-.'.].. to th' plaintilfs. That siieli 
111 ailcgata.n wa.> material, and its de.iial 
as abora. I. nine. 1 an ivMi • which noi-t be 
t.-ieil. 7/r/'/. al.-o. That an onler liin-.t 



tng a jtnlgae- 



to be entere.l for tin 



plaintills oa the j laadings was erroneous. 
(.eor>.'» !liiiil..i;i. i:"-lw'n.'oiit, vi.. J.i'iOi I'. Kt-li, 

.\:.i...iaii.t. .■^. iia! 1-. 

Where a (l!il•,^l on of f.i.-t ha.-i l.-een s';b- 
i.iitt.-d to the jurv upon which some J.ti- 
tiiient eviiknce h is been oif.re.l to prove 
the 5 me, this ( oMft vill not s"* a.-!<l" 
r!ie vcnliet o a tl e ground that the evi- 
lieii'e \> iii'Uliici. i.t t'> justily th«' finding 
..('the jury, cspei iallv where no evid.'iiee 
IS oirei-c'lto disprove the fa.t. 



-•;umi.l K. Merritt. Ue-.},oD.!.nt. \ <. 



11. 1. lui- 

Al.])) ISatil--. .".'. Il;ili'i-- 
.V m..lion to o; en a judgment. ;;nd f.ir 
l.^.^ve 1 > >.t ve an ametnle'l answer, on the 
-round that th- judgment was taken 
agai!i.>t the delei. lant-i liv nii-take. in::d- 
verfeiue. snr]iri*e, or e.\eu.'<abl.' neg- 
h-it. nio'er ."io. tion '.'♦, p.isie .".U. of th.- 
eomiiih'd Statutes, is addressed to the 
iliseretion ol th ' Court; and an or.br 
ma.le thereon, e^th.-r granting or <lenying 
the relict srji'.g'it is not appealable, ex- 
.•< !>t in case:, o palji.ible abii.-^.' ol th.- 
di-^cretion posseted by the Cnort. 



THE FIKVr HTKf n ACK W AMI»>i 

Gov. Seymour has .signalized his en- 
trance into olli.' ■ at Albany liy immedi- 
ately s -rving notI;\; ontlieConimlssionors 
of I'oli.'o .4 Ne\r York city for derelic- 
tion of duty ill the liriinsmaile case, and 
an or-ler ol' .Superintendent Ivenneily in 
ret'erenea to tlu' vott s ol registcre.l 
aliens. Kenne ly issue. I an order to h!> 
suhor linites re.pjiring them to note the 
natne> of every man who vote.l at the 
polls with the view ot ascertaining how 
iii.inv SI -h nani.s were on the cveinptioti 
book as aliens an.l not therefoi-e liable to 
drail— a proceeding which doubtless cost 
Sevmour a good many vole»— and not- 
■withstandlng its manifest propriety, must 
be considered a-t un.."oustitutional under 
the now regime. 



Election of U lited States Senators 

Di.rit.iiT, .Ian. '.'. 
The Legislature ye.-terday re-elected 
Chandler seiialo.-for si.\ years. 

1. iVKi:, l)i;r.A>\ AUi:, Jan. '.>. 
r.a vanl was re-elected rnitcil States 
Senator from th s .State to-dav. 



News From Murfrcesbovo. 

Nasijvii.i.k. .lt:n. s. 
Murfrecshoro is entirely tleserteil. 
Uoseerans" ar ny has ailvaiie<'il b' mile-' 
bevond ther.\ 

The nbels are reported .at Tnllahom.!. 

From SufTolk. 

V, M.Tnionr, .laa.. 9. 



the duties are not new to you. and, tho' 
ff tile gra\e»t character ami of the most 
perphxieg nature, y. ? in their eon^•<■i«•n- 
tioii* .lischai'ge \..M will liaM-the appro- 
bati.iii of all gouli ni.'U. Her-'In will be 
voir reward. 

In ch»iiig an a.imini.-tralion ot lour 
\cars* diirati.in. in tlie mi.lst <•! <I\il w;U", 
ill -.vii'.'h 1 have loimd it n.-ees.-ary to as- 
.-ume more than ordinary re-p.m-ii ilities, 
I sliauld hav*' felt a satida-tion in detail, 
c>pe' iallv in relercnee lo milltiu-y alVaire ; 
but as iisa_'. !ia^ not .-an.'ti.>iK.d this, the 
chiefs of the >evcral .''italf l)e]>artments 
have been .iireeled to make full r.ports 
ibru-^e. To th.-M* I relVr lor speeili.' in- 
lormation .is to the part New Y.nk has 
borne in ii:e Mar. 

.Vs. however, y.ni will be scrnp liously 
••archil in reh lion to whatever concerns 
tic hota-r o.- the interest ol' the State. I 
ktiow it will 1 e .grati[\iiig lor y 'ti to be 
assured th.it its credit never .-too.l liigh.'r; 
that its fumhd debt is rajiidly diminisaing ; 
that its principal an.l in* rvst ha\u been 
promptly jiaiil in coin; that the public 
fund^'ar'c udeiiuatc f i every proper <!e- 
mand on them ; th.it the surplus reyennes 
of t!ie can-.ls have in.reased bom s'jOO,- 
1 11 to in l^•">s to -^ I.U ",mmi in l-ii;-J; ami 
tii.at the ta.xation may be largely re.hiced 
the present year, ami this when scarcely 
lc<.- than a ipiarter of a million of our 
pe.iple are vobintar.ly engtiged in -the 
I'uilitarv service of the c.iuntry. Of such 
a State ami such a record we may well be 
protid. 

Wonhl that I cor.hl speak thus cncour- 
agini;lv ol Nationrd allair.s, but we mny 
not anticipate itnmedialepea. e. Millions 
of people, arotiscl by imaginary wrongs 
to li.'r-e pas>.i'>n. cannot at om «• return to 
reason. I li.'ir n-M ntmeiits nin^t have 
litne to cool.andth" delu-ioii nn.l.r which 
li,!-',- a<'t to be tii.-^.Mpated ; but th.' d.ny 
must stu'ely come when the people of the 
.N.mlh wiUagain own the same >.iver.ign- 
IV. I...ii.)r the same laws, and tight under 
tiu! same Hag. At jiri'sent we must use 
thes.oi-.l: il eannot be .Oieathed until 
fjio.-e in rebfliioii shall lay down their 
arms, and the L'oustitiition and the Laws 
have iiiiilorm sway. 

Gov. S.Miionr' thanked Gov. Morgan 
fur the kiml cNnicssion of his goo«l wi li- 
es and congratulate.l him uii lite able 
c'ose of his aihninlstration. 
tiov. S.'ym.'ur t!uii s tid : 
•• I have" s'llemiily sworn to snppoittho 
Constitution ol the United .States, with 
all it< grants, rcslri'tions and|guaranties, 
and 1 shall support It. 

I lia\e .^woiii to Mip'porl ihe Cotistilu- 
tton of tl'.' Slate of New York, witli :dl 
its powers and rights, an.l 1 shall ni»- 
hold it. 

1 have sworn {.» sup[»ort the duties of 
tl:eof!ice ol (o.v.-rnor ot th- Strife, and 
with your aid they s'uall be faithbiUy p-r- 
loniied. 

Th( .-e ( 'o;v>titntior!s and L.v.v.- are meant 
for the g-i. lance of our oiUcial condnct 
and for your proteellon an.l wellare. 

The fits! law reconh .1 l-.r my observ- 
ance is that dei'larlng that 'it shall belhc 
dutv of the liovernor to nv.intain and de- 
fend the .>.)vircignty an.l j'tiis.liilion of 
tlie St.ate.' 

The nni>t strict injumtlon ol the Ccn- 
stitntion is that the G;vcrnor shall take 
care that the laws • are faithfully execu- 
ted." a-niso liel|» if.e God, they shall be. 

lie would not divell, on the present OC- 
»-.ision, on our National alfairs. 

Our po.-itioii as a Sittte has been happi- 
Iv alln.'.cd to by my pre.l.'C"s--oi-. My 
views on the subject will be laid before 
the Legislature. 

Wliile knowing thtit thi.s position gave 
him little contr.ill over National alVairs, 
he (Si'vmour) yit ventured to trust that 
bef.ire'the end'of his term of ser\i<'e the 
country would be again great, jilorions 
.ind united, as it oact^ v.as," 



The Rebels at Springfield, Mis- 
souri. 

."ST. LoTi.H, ,Iau. S. 
The rebels who li.-\ve attacked Spring- 
field, Missouri, are reported to be G.OtiO 
strong. They approached by a by-road, 
and jirobably cut olF ottCl men at Ozark. 
The 1 Ith Mi-s.-^ouri Militia, with two pieces 
of artillejy. are the only troops in Spring- 
field to deleml the town. Our forces 
there a few days ago consisted of the 3d 
and 4th Mi.higaii Cavalry, ihn Lsth 
Iowa, and "Jio sick .ind convalescent sol- 
diers, about 00 of whom aie able to par- 
ti, iptite lu the defense. If the rebels 
have artillery as reported. fe.irs are enter- 
tained for the .-ality of the place. Over 
a million ilolhus worlhol stores are there, 
tleii. r.lniit was at Iluntsville when last 
heard from. Ilerron and Schofield were 
;it FavetteviUe. Anv relief from them is 
oitt of the (piestion. There arc 1.'><M"' 
Cavalry at out posts within M miles of 
Springiicld, but they seem unavtiiling. 

Gen. Banks Ascending the Missis- 
sippi Biver. 

.s-;>C'.-((;? Dispa'iCh to the Suitit Paul Presn. 

Caiko, January 8. 

Hi.^patches just received from Memph's 
sav Gen. Uank.-! is ascending the Missis- 
sippi, and doubtless liefore Monday last, 
Gen. Sherman had been rcIufoiTcd and 
again commenced the siege. 



■ri-i.j..\iio>:.\. .Ian. ». 

Unable to dislo<lge the enemy from his 

intrenehn.ents 1 withdrew from the Iront 

night beiore hist. He lia.s not followed. 

Mv cavalry are closi^ on his front. 

r.lJA.'^iTON' UUAiifi. 

The iJiypatrh .aharaeteri/ed the Mur- 
freesboro light as a mysterious allair and 
cannot rccom-ile linigg's first dispatch 
with his last dispatch. 

The Kxaniiii'-r says It was a disap- 

poiiniiient but not a disaster, and finds 

consolation in the fact the Union army 

was horriblv crippled. 

W.vsiiiXGTti.v, Jan. s.. 

The Kichmond papers contain the fol- 
lowing disjitit.h from Vicksburg: 

ritii>AY '2i\ — This morning our forces 
advaticed against the enemy, who were 
enclosing works on the lake, causing 
them to evacuate the jdaee, leaving all 
iheir implements lor eicting lorlilici- 
tlon.s. 

Our fon'cs now occupy the whole coun- 
try bordering on the lake, the enemy hav- 
ing returned to their transports and gone 
down the Ya/.oo. 

Lati-.st. — The enemy have left Chick- 
asaw Uayou, and are reported going in 
their traiisporf.st. I Siiy. lei's Llnli on the 
Ya/oo, when' it is sujiposed they will 
make an attempt to storm our works. 

Our lorces are well advised oi' their 
movements. 

The Kmiitiin- says tinit the danger of 
financial ruin to the Confederate States 
is imminent, and the high pri( es resulting 
Irom the enormous issue oi treasury notes 
are an enemy more forniidable than Yan- 
kee armies. 

It recommends a tax bill to proilucc 
loO,tX)0,0<.K». 

The Enqvira' publishes the Kmancipa- 
tion rroelamation. with details from New 
York jiapers of negro jubilation over it 
throughout tin: North. 

•lelV. Davis Avas serenaded in Richmond 
last .Monday night, and made a long 
speech, claiming a rebel victory at Mur- 
freesboro equal to that of Fre.lerlek.sburg. 
and predicting that out of it will come 
dissatisfaction ol the Northwest, which is 
ultimately to sej^arate that section Irom 
the Eastern States. 

The «leath of the fnjjitive rebel (Jov. 
Jackson, ot Mis-souri, is confirmed. It 
oeeurred at Little llock. 



SECRETARY CHASE'S FI- 
NANCE BILL. 

Minority of the Judiciary 
Committee. 



— CisciNXATi, Jan.O. 

"rati* Mo.r. Wash. 
To Major li.'ii. Ilall.'i-k, fill. "'•tpal.rfi li'CU* 

Ihave just reeel'cd a <. ol iibout 

(jcn. Granger, that the force "'"•itjBes- 
lOUO men which he sent to East 'x ' ot 
sec on the :.M St, under the coimnaiiu ^ 
Gen. II. Carter, to liestroy eastern ra.. 
road bridges ».'ce. ha.s been heard irom. j 
(iianger has just re.:vived a dispatch from 
(ieii. Carter at Mamhester. Ky., who is 
on hi.-> return, stating that on the ;»l>th he 
entirely destroyed the Union aiid Wau- 
to^a bridges wiih lu miks of rail road. 
.V>l> rebels were kille.l w.nimled and ta- 
ken jiiisoiieis. ZUO .>tr.nd ol'arms and al- 
so a loeoiiiotive an-i two .aia w.'ie de- 
stroye.l. 

Abti.vk skiriiii>li took place at the Wa- 
tuga bridge, and another ;;t .lonesville. 
We lost but lo men. 

This expedition. :is haracterlzed by 
(ieii. (Jranger, i.-> one ofthe most arduous 
and daring ol the war, and was alteiideil 
with great iiardshijis and jnivatluns, owing 
to the aliimst impractii-able natur.i ofthe 
country, the length ofthe rout«' of nearly 
-i'lO miles each way. and the inclement 
season. 'J'he important results of this 
expedition can hardly be overrated, sev- 
ering as it has, the main rebel army eom- 
munication between >'irginia and the 
Southwest, (ien. Carter and men de- 
serve the thanks of the country. Great 
crcillt is also due lo Major (ieneral 
(Jranger, umler whose immediate super- 
vision the e.rpeditiou wa> lilted out. 

;-ij;ii..!,; n.(.. WKiGirr, 

.Mnjor Cifm-iul (."..iiniKiuiiin^. 
\V.\s!llN(.To\, January 7. 
To M.'ijor<..'n.'ral \Vri|^'it. ("inciniiati : 

The daring ojier.atlmis and brilliant 
achievements of < ieii. Carter and hi.s «om- 
maiid arc without a jiaralhl in the history 
of war, and deserve the thanks of the 
country. 

Theexpcdition his jiroved the capacity 
ofoureavalr\ lorbohl ami .laring move- 
ments, whicli I do not doubt will be hni- 
tated bv other-;. 
(.Slfe'ii.'d,) M. VV. HALI.Kt K. 



SEX. VIE. 
i),visT I'AUi., January «. 
ThP .Senate ni.-t nt !I o'clock, and was caltod to 
ord.»rbv the President. 
Prayer by tlio Chaplain, Rev. J. O. Lieu. 

FISAI. AU.IOU ItN.M KNT. 

Mr 1$ VI.DVVINotrerpd a resolution tl.tt (tha 
Hiiu^V concurring) tliis Legislature adjouru *.«« 
<//. ..nth.- itli of February next. 

i«r. DAMKLS jtave noiic^ of debate, and lue 
reisiluliou was laid over under tlie rules 
BILLS ISTttODtrCEil. 

Ev Mr SJd I LU M Iv— A bill lor an act to aUacl» 
tfc^:•.!!I■ur.^ of Murray ..«d Cottonwood to the 
COiiiity of Urowa for judicial puriwie*. 
KT.VTIOSEBV. 
DAILY oflereda re.oluliou that t»J« g?f^ 
,, -M. insiructe.l to P"««--''*'"'/"'Lr^"^,,,. 

^' '■• ■ stationery for the usi- of ^*^J^f'l*J'\l 

ri'iary . ^ Senat.*. Adoj.ted— ay«'s H, nav« < . 

uin.iniit... ,uiiy r.'cousi.l.'red and a «;"b»u 

oHi(-i'r.s of tl. wing each iii.inber and officer » 

It was ^ub..<t■(lu nary to th..' amount of tlir»'fc> 

ttite adopted, all*. 

i-ertirioate for statio ._..... 

.lolKa.. ^«» '^«*'"* , . . ., „ 

♦Ion auihorizing ttifl 
XF.WSP.iri.. j^iiy nowr'paper* 

Mr. I>A.\ K offered a reuolu - the uhc of tU'» 

,-<i'.Tfiary 'o suhscrib*- for four Lost— aj«-* 

or tlifir equivalent in weeklies, fo 
ineiubers und olficers of the .Senate. »» recon- 

(>. nav.-. I-.i. 

On' motion of Mr. SMITH the vote w. ^tS 

sideriil. ^ 

'llic resolution was then amended by .*trlV. 
out four an.l in:<erting tliree, and adopted— a>t 
j:;, UAy* 7. 

Mr.'.M(>Oi:K madea refiuect that no paper* 
bi' I. ft at his denk, or sent to hie addrcM* ut ttie 
e.vpHii.sf of the Snue. 

Mr. D.VXK hop.'d they might be •'^ent to the 
Sellllto^'^' constitu.'nts. 

Mr. MOORK said hi« constituents prefi'rred to 
g.-t tli.'ir newxpajiern in an hone.<t way. 

Ihe .-Senate tlien adjourned till Monday at 11 
o'clock. 



(i.-n.ral in Ciii.'f. 



Policy of « tho rrench Emperor. 



Explanation of M. Mercier. 



Beport of House Naval Committee 



■Iruiliiaartrra IM.ntilrt of .ninui>»otu, 

U«*|»*r*'"<*n* of llic> .llorffli«»r»t. 

i .--.VINr I'Ai I., MI^^.. I 

Jun, lilh, lr^'i.S 

[-.1-1.." I VI, onnrr.s no. twi ntv-.kvi.x.] 

Th.- sal'* of tlu? foilowing cnptur.".! pioji^rty of 

fhe cou.ii'iiin.'d .Sioux Iiifli:ui-. i< h.'reby oitl-red 

t l.» ti»k" l.lae.. at Fort .-neliii.g, at 10 ..'ilnek .v. M. 

I .».. |.-fi,l.i 111.- l.'.Mi int.. to wit: •.'7 Mor-es, in 



FEOM INDIANAPOLIS. 

.s-;..r>.;/ niiiiafch to the St. Paul Pri-ss. 

IXi I.lXAl'OI.'S, J«".s. 

The Legislature was organizi'd to- day. 
.V resolution was ollered and adojited in- 
structing the Judiciary (-■ommiltee to pre- 
pare a bill to enable our volunteer sol- 
dier.s to vote ;it all eleirtions without being 
at home. The election for United States 
Senator takes place to-mon^w. 

FBOM MEMPHIS. 

Sffclal Dhpatrh to th< SI. P'lul /•/•<^«. 

.M KM en IS, .tan. «->. 

.\n oriler has been issued from the 
Cu.>t«»ni House, designating Colnmbus, 
Hickman and New -Madrid as the only 
jilaces where merchandize would be al- 
lowed to go for stile. 

Trade was opeiicl with Helena, --Vr- 
kunsas, on the L-t ol January, subject to 
th" iliseretion of the olli.'crs ajipointcd by 
the Custom House ollieer at Memphis. 

The United States mail to Corinth via 
Columbus, commences regular trips to- 
morrow. 

Bosecrans Pursues tho Enemy. 

.'S^i-clal lH*iiiit-h lothi. .<(iiiil P,<nl I'rt'.i'. 

NAHiivii.i.K, Jan. 8. 

General llosseau has arrived, direct 
Irom the front. He reports Koseerans 
waiting near Murfreesboro lor supplies 
that will enable him to continue the pur- 
suit. The rebels are believed to be pre- 
paring to make a stand at Tnllahoma. 

Laii-.-st.— News from Alurfreesboro, 
up to :; o'clock, says Roseerans ha.s been 
largely reinforceil, and is pushing ahead 
after the fugitives. The head of the army 
js some liltcen miles beyond Murfrees- 
lioro. 



W.vsnix.arox, Jan. 8. 

Secretary Chase ha.s prepare<l a finan- 
cial bill for the Senate finance cornmittee, 
to whom il was refc-rred. The bill is de- 
signed to allord temporary relief to the 
Treasurv ami provides lor the issue ol 
T.easurV notes and bonds to the amount 
of .S2tM->",000,(HH». it is reported that the 
minority of the judiciary committee of 
the House intend to make a repurt con- 
demln'.- the I'rcsident's t'm.aneipation 
proclaTiiation as being unconstitutional 
and inopertitive. 

The House naval commiltee reported 
to-dav upon the resolution directiigthem 
lo impiire into the cheapest, most expe- 
ditious and trustworlhv mode ol placing 
vessels of war upon Lake Ontario, .and 
other great lakes, Arc, including the en- 
largement of the Erie Canal locks. The 
conclusion of the report is in these wonls : 
lu view of the liiregoing consideration, 
the committee are ofthe opinion, Hrst, 
that the cheapest, most exjiedltious an.l 
trustworthy mode of placing war vessels 
upon Lake Ontario and other lakis. should 
a necessity for doing so at anytime ari.se. 
is to launch them in the first instance up- 
on tho.^e waters. 2d, Th.-*' t is not nec- 
essary nor is it expedicr' jr the jiurpose 
td'oresaid to esablish vatcr communica- 
tion .adopted to the ^assage of vessels of 
war from other wp.ers to the lakes. 



Later from Europe. 

n.vMFAX, .Iniiuary r. 

The Africa from Liverpool 27th ult., 
and Qucenstown 2Kth, has arrived. 

The news ol the Federal defeat at Fred 
ericksburg was the universal topic of con- 
versation. Thefricnds ofthe North were 
•rreatlv disappointed. 'J'he gener.al de- 
Huction drawn in Liverj'ool ^vas unlavora- 
ble to peace. 

< 'oinmercial advices aw me.agre. 

Business w.is suspended during the hol- 
idays. There were some transactions in 
cotton with .an advance. Ureadstulls 
quiet and firmer. Consols 92A«j:. 

The Army of the Potomac. 

Wasiiisotox, January O. 
Information from th.e Army of the I'o- 
tomae shows that our pickets extend from 
F'almoutli to King George C. H., about 
22 miles distant. 



N'KW YoHK, Jan.rt. 
A sjieclal dlsjjateh to the Chicago Tii- 
binie, tlaled Wa-^hington, .Sth, says : 

The French Minister, in an interview 
granted to-day with Cornell .fewett. de- 
clared that the policy of the Emperor of 
France in projiu.-ing mediation, was whol- 
ly lilendly to us. and was inspired by a 
liesire to see the Uni.in le-establisheil 
upon a basis of mntntJl concession ; that 
Napoleon was sincerely interested in the 
pros]>crity and progress of the Ainerl.aii 
nation, aiid that lor the sake of th.at na- 
tion and tiiC intercut ol hum.anity he had 
made a friendly call upon European Pow- 
ers to join hiiii in proposing to .Vmeriea to 
sheath swords and deliberate; th.at Friuice 
had no desire to be herself an tirbltrator 
between liic contending States, but that i! 
the mediation of other nations was ac- 
cepted, or if we ourselves should meet in 
convention, he wouM be glad to tender 
his friendly olliees ; that in this spirit only 
was it proposed by I'l'tiiiec : that Eng- 
land and Uus.sia siiould j.iin her In the 
suggeste<l mediation and which could only 
take place with the consent, and expressed 
desire, of the American tiovernment; 
that Nap.}leou thought that the war and 
thi; causes that led to it couhl not now be 
.-ettled without concession, and he was 
tilso ol the opinion that a «-oneilIatory 
spirit under a suspension ol hostilities 
would lea 1 to peace. 

.M. Mercieralso declared that he wished 
it un.ler.stooil that the, large expedition to 
Mexico was meant only to n-pair the 
honor oC 1-' ranee injured by military de- 
fetit, and that it had no connection with 
yr regard to the American war. Indeed, 
that the American peojde c.mld not point 
to any act of France of a character to jus- 
tify the charge that she was hostile to 
their Union or Ihcir rights or intere.-'t. 
M. Mercier finally shov.ed to Mr. Jewett 
and gave hint jiermissioii to nuke use 
of the following passage in a r..- 
cent dispatch to him from Droyn 
1> riliiys, cxiilalns very frankly and 
in such amanner as lo be well understood 
by the American j)eo])le around you ; that 
the Government of the Emperor would 
always be happy if it eonli contribute to 
the pacifi.'ation ol a fncmiiy nation at ail 
times on any conditions alone or, as jiro- 
pos.'d, with the concurience ol Great 
IJrilain and llttssia or with that ol any 
other power that may lie desired by 
America to co-operate, as a duty to hu- 
manity and gooil policy, and with a view 
to the best conditions lor the luture of 
the .Vmerican nation. 



lltjLSK OF UEPKE.SENT.VTIVKS. 
The House was railed to order at 10 o'clock. 
Prayer by the CHAri..vix. 

XoriCUS OK BILLS. 

nr Mr. HAYES, of a bill to create the ofllce of 
Sap.'ri:-.tend.Mit of Puliiic Instruction. 

|;y .Mr. YtUMAXS. of a biU to deCne th^ 
bouii.lariec of the Fifth l>iHtriet for tlie survev 
of logs and lumber and to create a tievcntli 
Di-fricf. 

I'.v Mr. CAMPBELL, of a bill to approprlnto 
ni.it'i.'y out of the Internal Improvement Fund 
for till' improvenient of the river bottomii aiid 
till' building of bridges on the mail route tietween 
LaOrescent an.l .St. Paul. 

Uy Mr. CAMPUKLL, of a bill to abate thi- 
tax.'-s a.ssesse.l in the county of V'abashaw in tlif? 
v.'-jrs iK.>(iaild ISor. 

' i;v Mr. .ML'KKaY, of a bl'l to authorize tliM 
eitv'of .St. Paul to Usue bonds to borrow money 
for the support of fainili.'s of volunt.'ers. 

.MOriOXH AXI> KE.SOI.UTIONS. 

Mr. NVAITE offereda rtvolution that the Board 
of .Vuditors oil the War Claims be rcijuesred to 
r.'port th.'ir proceedings as .soon as possible to 
tins Hou.s.'. Adtipted. 

Mr. HAYES offered a resolution, that when 
th.' li.iuse adjourned it be until Monday next, at 
:; .I't'loi-k I'. M. -V.lopted. 

Mr. IIIKA.M WALKER on'.'nvl a renolutiou 
p'.iuesting the ."Secretary of .State to furnish the 
ni.-nibers of the House with copies of the Com- 
pili-d Statutes and tin' Session l.aws from lsO)l to 
the pr.'sent time, taking their receipt lor the 
stiiiii'. Adopted. 

Mr. TAYLOIl offered a re.solution for a com- 
niittee of three t.) be anp<}lnted on the referene** 
of th- subjects on flie (Jovemor'/i Message. 
Adoptt»d, and Messrs. Taylor, WiswcUaua Wake- 
Held were appointed sucli coiniuiltee. 

PETITIONS. 

Mr. KIliDEU presented a petition higned by 
('. W. Wo.dpy and HI others, for the annexation 
of .so tuucli ofthe Fifth ward as lies bevond Trout 
Isrook in St. Paul, to McL^ean township. 

.Mr. K I UI>EU saM he would always pi-esent any 

C Pillion that was couched in ro.-nectful lanpuagp, 
ut in presenting fills he wanted to be distinctly 
r.'porled as opjiosed to the xam.:. 

Tlie petition -ij'on his mot'oti, was reft-rred to 
till' (U'li'fralion froia llanis.-y couuly. 

Till? Houiie th.-n adjourned until 3 o'clock ou 
-Mou'lav. 



D I r: D . 

.Vt St. Anthony, January the .Sth. of Typholi 
Fev.T, OUKix Lkslik Cl"Tri:i!, aged 16 years, 
r months aii.l 10 days. 

Funeral services will beatteiidcd at the Presby- 
terian C'litirc-li of St. Anthony, on Saturday the 
11th iiist., at lO'a o'clock A. ii. 



|lcw ^dv^rtfecmmte. 



/^AME TO MY ENCLOSURE 

about the 1st of November last, a spotted (red 
and white) STKEK, three years old next Spring, 
with tipped horns. The owner is hereby notilie.! 
toniovf property, pavcharges and takehim away. 

LOUIS FOKCEIK. 
Meiidota, Jan. ad, 18ri.t. jau4 d.lw* 

A UCTION S.VLEOF DRY GOODS. 

SATirUU.VY, JANUARY loth, at 10 o'clock, 
w.' .sell Army «.>vercoats and Pants, .Satinets, l»o- 
i)i.:.stics, C'anton Flannels, l>c Laines and otle-r 
In-ess iioods, .Sliawl.4, Hood.s. Hoop Skirts, Ftir 
\ioti)rini'.s, Fur Coilirs, Fur Oajies, Hoiierv, and 
a variety of other (Joo.ls. 

F.VIK(;iiILD & M.\RCH, 
Auction and Com. Merchants. 
jaii.S-lt Third-st., .?tone block, by the bridg •. 



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The Legislature of Kentucky 

The Governor Opposes the Presi- 
dent's Proclamation. 

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Tlie corre.spotident ol the .]))>■•: oun, at ' <>n Fri-lu . ili.' i-'.lh int., to wit: -.'7 llor-es, «r 
Sulfolk, .savs th It « lemral ( oreoran ad- i Wae-ms « '»x Yok-^ X, Oxen. :v: 1,..- 1 lunin.. 
vaucedvestenlav oa the rebel, on the I The sal- will Ik- made b> Lieut. .McKu.s.k, Si. 
lilackwiter in l.."rce and will give (u'neral [ l»ri..teu.l. nt of the h.,Iian r;.,,,,, .,i..:. rU... gen 



Prvor battle if he de.sires 



ASSIGNEE^>' SALE 
AXD SHOES. I 

Must be sold for the txineiit of creditor*, at the 
New York Store, i bird street, half a block lielon 
the Bridge, 
ja- Aoic is the time to yet Pargnin*. 

.M. WHITE. 
oil-Sa r ractical Baot and Shoemaker. 



cnil »lin»Ltion of Cot. y rooks coinman.linp. Fort 
^tmmm^^m^mmm ' Sn. lliiip. uikI Hi'' easli pro<' ed* tlieri'of win he 
I turne.l over t ) the .V'sislaiit i.iuarl riiia-ter ..f 
OF IJOO I'.S |,,j,( j,o.,t^ X'i bo cnditi .1 In liN reln.u» to the 
United St-«tes. 

Ily command of 
BRIOADIEK GENERAL SIBLEY. 
P.. C. OLIN, 
jant<>-lt Acting AssUUtut Ac^utaut Genual. 



■].i rox«»r.MPTiVKs. — The advertser having 
b-eu restor.'d fo health In a f-w week.s, by a very 
simpl.' reuie«ly, after having Mito-red reveral year.s 
wit'i a severe hing affeetion, and that dr.-ad dls- 
ease, Consumption— ii au.\lous to inak.- known 
to his feJlow-suU.Ters the means of ouie. 

■Jo all who d-.^lre if, he will sen.l a copy of the 
I-rescriptlon u.sed (free of charge.) with the direc- 
tions for pr.-|«ring and using the sami', whi.'a 
tli.'y will llnd a >i i;K CuuK for CoXstvrTio.v. 
AvniMV, Bit >x. iiKTis, ic. riie only object of 
thead»«rtlser lu sending the Prescription is to 
iM-netittlieatUlcted. andsprea.l iuforn<ation which 
ho conceives to be invaluable, ami he hop.-s every 



Contrabaiuls agree 



m stating 



that 



rebel incursions are nightly made below 
the Court House for a long distance, and 
negroes are carried away and sent South. 
The greater portion of the slaves, how- 
ever, in the long neck of land between 
the Rappahannock and Potomac rivers, 
have already ma«le their escajie to our 
lines, bringing with them their master.*' 
teams and other property. 



From San Francisco. 

Sax Fuaxclsco, Jan. 0. 
Tlie ship F. M. Railey, of Portland, 
sailed yesterday for Puget Sound ; when 



»uir.'rer Hill try his rero.dv, as It will cost them | outside the harbor, sLc drifted and vent 
nothing, and iiuy prove a blessing. j uuia 

Parties wishing the prescription will please ad' ' to ptuces. 1 



Kev. EUWAKD A. >VILSt)N, 
] >VilliamKburgh, KUig County, 

I uov20-3mw New Vork 



The Captain and 15 of the 
crew were tlrowned. Five i)er8ons were 
saved. 



Fi:axkkoi;t, Kv„ Jan. .S. 
The Legislature met to-day. The (Jov- 
erno" reeommends that Kentucky reject 
the President's I'^inanciiiation Proclama- 
tion, and ])rotests against any interference 
with the Stale authority as unwarranted 
by the Constitulion. He thinks the 
Proclamation freeing the slaves in the 
rebellious State, inlli.'ts njion Kentucky a 
fatal and indiscreet Idow. The Procla- 
mation will h.ave the etfect to lire the 
whole South into one burning mass of 
inexhaustable hate, and will destroy all 
hope of restoring the Union, which is 
only possible by adhering to the Consti- 
tution as it was. The most alarming 
aspect of the Proclauiotion is the usurpa- 
tion ofthe powers ofthe Government by 
the Presiilcnt under the specious plea of 
military necessity. The Governor advises 
the Legislaturo to put on record their 
protest against the Proclamation. 

Fire inNe'w^ York. 

New Yobk, Jou. 9. 
Last evening a Cre occurred in a large 
four-story dry-goods house. No. 2H Bar- 
clay Street, which resulted in the destruc- 
tion of almost the whole stock of goods 
in the building, valued at over $5U,000. 
The goods in Nos. 27 and 31 were al&o 
much damaged. 



E N R Y M c K E N T Y , 

OKAI.Kn IX 

I^KA.L ESTATE, 

.KAIXT PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
AS- Will also locate Land Warrants and sell 
K.'al Estate on Commission. Janii-d&wly 



/COLONELS AND PRIVATES, 



IVIajors and. Sei^eantf-', 

.Vi.d all otlier 

MILITARY MElSr, 

Will l.nd at 

K I L P A T ii I C K ' S , 

The leit as.-ortinent o( 

MILITARY BOOTS, 

At T..'ry lew priccM. 



JUST EECEIVED A MAGXIFICKKT LOT O.-^' 
DOUBLE SOLE CALF HAIK USED 

BALMORALS. 

Every man desir'.rg confort and bf^th, it'aouia 
iJive m pair of tLea*. 



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'Woxnsn*^ , 9fflr «es* and CMldren'<» 

Sl^OW BOOTS. 
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"We Invite Casli Buyers. 



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Fir*t i'i''frtioj;.„,..,j,^ puWishi-la* the p.xr«>n.<o 

t:acliiul>so.,.^.« ,,r.!iTi:i-. ;iti.l r.ct u^Javib', > lor 
L.'>:alj-i.i-.-i'iIi ijt-, l.ut i-oili'i-tab!" ii •^UT-uf •, 

of iln>"linTy of ittliiUvir. rul'H»i.cr« ..ot «c- 

tUcibi" !>>r tlu'Ui'i'ur.u'v i!!'l,';;.il mlv. ili-'i'iniMits 

. Liti.l tlir uiiioiiiil cliiir^ri-il fur tlu'ir puliUiutioii. 

Aih<.T:is.>t:i.'!it.» '.luliIiMUcl iiiUi'th t\w l>u:Iy :iiiil 
Wf.-ki>«il l.f cluir>j'''l Uif !:ill l>aily niU's »iiU 
unc li:iil' t!i«* Wfi'lil) riilt»> ail<l''>i. 

llii-iiu's* Xotiios, iniMi-ii..-.| in the Kiiit.iri;.. 
C^'liuiiii!), of tiMi lii\f-H or uii.l.r, will I)- rliar^> il, 
for ej;ti iust'r:i>)ii, one Joilar; ii' aviT tou liiu'!*, 
ti'U C''iir> l"*r line. 

A<Hi'rt;'.i-ni>'ui# li'aiietl ami pljcivl uniI<T tI\o 
lli-aJ III" .>«p.>i i;il .Nv>tiOf<, il' ti-ii liif* or km'I". will 
b.' clwrjjfi! tilt' uj'ual r;i!o> and oiu'-iialf iuLlitioiKtl ; 
if UiiiltTlli.itanittuul. liny i->-uts for. McUiiiM'iiioii. 

Yiurly !\.l»i'rli!>er» to ji.iy ■luaii-Tly. 

Ailv.Ttisi'mi'iirs, !>r a'lr>s timt? iliaH llir.-o 
mouiii:*, to bo p.iiil i;i a'Uam:''. 

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Agints ill ^iivul.niiigtUt' Daily I'uV.ss iu ihoir 
reajw-'clivc touii''. 



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The enormous ineri'.i.«c in th.' prico of priarin.;; 
pap'r aiui vI'A'T nut'rial* uhhI iii priiit'iig Hi'u>- 
jjapor*. comjH'I-i ut lo ini.*roa*i> tiie prioo of :li<' 

ri;i:;<-i. Our r. 'w torm.-t a:o : 

DAILY rUK»S. 

To dry subicribor.*, by tJo year, p.i>-al'!(J 

•jjarterly inailvaiio.' $9 'xi 

To i-Ity »iib*crib«T-', p.iyaWo wo 'kly vi 

By iiiai!, jayabk" lV)r any liiii'' in advance, 

at lilt? ra:»' p«'r y far of S o) 

To Nt -.vs .\„''':ir^ - i >' • - ! '■" >•"■);./. 

Wi'i'lii.v i-xc.li;u).i;' n.".% -iwp t:* to pay thi» dit" 
fert.'n':e botwtva Daily an 1 W'-vkly rat.'* in monoy. 

TUi WKKKLY riJKSS. 
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a<lvant>>: at tbi- r.\:i- p.'ryciro!" 

Club* of tivi\ to out- ad.lross, ea:"h 

Club* of ten, t'l or.e addross, each 

WI.l.KI.Y PKK>S. 

One <*r<py oui" \ oar 

Fiv; or more co; i-^j each, one year 

[vn or more oopi'--* oacii. on** ytar 

T>»'<?tiry or imire cij;>i»»3 i-acfi. on<' year 

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A ReTl«>w of Ji>sl:fp ( urtis' Pampblcf. 

TliL- Hull. V>. U. CurtLs late JuJjre of 
the Sj])rL-:u'' Court of the L'tiitL"! ."M;itfS, 
suon ulti-r the appcarancf oi I lie i'^'•^i- 
jileiit'.'. Kinaii ■i[>:itiu:i rrocl.uii.ition. pnh- 
li.slu'tl. ill panijihli-: IbriU. ^rvfrc stsir- 
turci. attt-Miiit:!;;; to show ih;itthi.' proi-I.i- 
uuLioii wa.>i i^sufd without due authoniv 
and w.is iiti.oiijititiitioiiul. Tics paiii- 
piiitt has b^'iTi nvif'.vcil, in th-j saiii*; 
lonn. by Charles V. Kirklanil, an »*i:ii- 
Tu'iit lawAi'f ot" Nev? York; witli wiiat 
sLii . . -.M can be ;;;aiherc<l Iroiu tli«; loUow- 
in;^ ixtraits lioiii his n-ph. To obt:i!!! 
their tull lone they .should be read m 
their proper coiiiieeiion. 

ik'tti jjiMitlerufii riairn to belong to no 
politi a i>""'y. aiidfaeli. umiufstiona'.dy, 
IS inllueme I alone by the deaire to a:d 
their eouiitiyuiea in eorniuj; to rij^ht co:i- 
eliisioiis. 

You iliscuss and I discuss s;inply th*- 
Cfjti-^fitutiijii'tl r't'jht anil pmc/'r ot thi- 
I'r -si lent uiidKr ixistiivj /utts to is.sue 
that pruelaniation. 

We, in this (hsiission, ajrree to as- 
sume that, in the eontiii;,'eney stated iu it, 
it will go into ait;ial operation a,-; isi- 
tended Tiien we are iiKpiire what the 
praetieal etliet ot its tlius jioinj; into ac- 
tual operation wc uld be, not on tlie bla'k 
nor the white race, but on the war the 
rebels have Jeelared and are earryin;; on. 

It reiHiirts but a verv linntecl kiiuwl- 
cd^e of f.iets to answer this ii qniiy. It 
any one laet is demonstrated with per- 
fect elearness in this eontest thus far. it 
is, that the .-slaves in the States in reljel 
lion have furnished to those States means 
indispensable to them t»jr earryin;L^ on and 
sust;tiniM;j; the eontest on their part. 

[Here Mr. K. cited the laet that Ci<>\- 
ornor Brown, of (ieori^ia, called for 
l.j,t>'0 -slaves to work on the fortilieations 
about S.'ivannah.] 

Without the agrieultural and domestic 
labor ot the slaves, tens of thousands ot 
wtati-3 who have been ami are now in the 
rebel army, could not have been with- 
drawn lioin the eullivalion of tiie j;roiind 
and the var.ed other pursuits reijuisitr 
to the sup[)ly. for that whole region, ol 
the actual necessaries ol lite. Without 
the slaves, their numerous and extensive 
earthworks, lorlification'^, and the like, 
their immense transportation ol niiiitary 
stores and munitions, a vast amount ol 
labor in camps and on marches (to say 
nothing of I he active service as soldiers, said 
in inany inst mces to have l)een rendered by 
slaves.) could by no possibility have been 
ac:Oinplished. 

The intent and design of the proclama- 
tion, its actual ellect, il it has its inten<led 
operation, is forever to deprive the "ene- 
mv" of this vital, absolutely essential, 
aiid, as I have just said, indispenable, 
means of carrying on tiie war. In reason, 
in common sense, in national law, in the 
law ol civilized war, wliat ulyeetion can 
cxi.->t to our using our power lo attain an 
end so just, so lawtul, and I may say so 
beneficent and so humane, as thus depriv- 
in" our •"enemy" of his means of war- 
fare? I do not believe that you, on more 
mature reHection, will deny the truth ol 
wj a: 1 have just slated. 

>V'hat is the meaning and intent of the 
constitutional direction of the President, 
"that he should preserve, pro ect and 
delend ti.e Constitution." unhss in time 
ol war he can do so in his capacity of 
Commander-in-Chief, unless in time of 
war he shall hr»ve the power to adopt and 
carry out as to the enemy such measures 
as the laws of war justify, and as he may 
deem necessary. Is the constitution de- 
signed to do away the>c laws, and render 
tliem inapplitable to our nation— in other 
words, is the constitution a /<s/o rfe sc? 
It cannot be denied that in time of war, 
at h ast, the lVesi<lent, while in a civil 
eense the "Executive," is at the same 
♦ime the military head of the nation — 

e Commander-In-Chiel" — aad as such 



'iV'""'""'IIPW' 



* I. I » I » •mmtt^ttrm 



his " command" is necessarily oo-c\ten- 
sive with the coiin'.ry. 

1 can net. on thi point, quote .my- 
th, n.i more true and more apposite than 
.'. par.iirraph of \nurown: "In time ol 
war, v.ithonl anv .-pe ial legislation, the 
t"o;r.-«:M»iicr-in-C'nief is lawtnlly empow- 
«Ti »l bv tlie constitnlion and laws ot the 
I'niteil States to dow la'ever is necessary 
and sanctiomd by the laws of war to ac- 
.-.•nitdi^h liie lawlul objects ot his co- 
ma i l.'' .itntional 
fills i<, nndonbtcdh-. the c-^^ of neces- 
law cf the lai:<l. and 1 eiy^n y(,„r objee- 
sity upsets and ovcij\ „;,,„ j,", ,j,iostion. 
ficns to tiie pw-t"' ef the I'lvsidenf. at 
Tlie •• lawtul,, lo pre-serve the Constitti- 
fhis mon\uti..g an end to this lebellion. 
fion l,i- ti) do this, it is necessary to 
Inrive the rebels of tlu^ir means of sus- 
aiiiiiig the re! ellii>n — one of the most 
etlV'cfive and available ol those means, as 
j'.i.-t shown, is tlifir slaves ; the intent and 
object ol the pioelamation are to deprive 
tin in ot liiose means. The so tleprivini; 
tl.rin •■ is sanctioned bv the laws ol war." 
a:nl, <"0!\>'.'iineiitly, this act »>f th'- Presi- 
dent is, within your nvw doctrine, j'er- 
tectly iegi'.l and < onstitntion.d. 

",!i>hn tjuincy Adaits, while a member 
• >i the ll<Mi-.e el lie] lesentatives. in a 

rl. 



A •'Con«ro" Banltvr. 

An old broker, who is writing a scri<«« 
of skecthcs in the Hoston //f/"-''". tells 
the following story of a " colored " bank 
,1. 1- of "gem men,'' in 
old United State* 
time that institution was in 



) 



p0at ^otia^. 



3XJSINKSS 



XiOCAILi S 



J^TORTGACK 



SALE. — DEFAULT 



a nuin* 
of '"^* 



oi.v. 



tell ol a financier of New Bed- 



'gemmen of color. 



tirst 
and 



dib.ite ill t!:e lloiisi-. on an important 
siil'i tt. in April. ISti, alter sf:«ting that 
>;a\rr\ was at'olislu'd m Columbia, 
I V ih'- ."Spanish IJeiural Murriilo. 
second by the Atiierle.m (leneral Bolivar. 
I'V viriin- of a military conimand i^iven at 
tie head ol the army, .ind that its aboli- 
liiwi. contimu'il to this day, declares that 
•In a .■'tate ol itctii-il r <tr tiie litics ot' irar 
take precedence over 'ivil laws and nuini- 
cip!e institutions. I lay tliis down .is the 
law of nariifis. I s.\v that the military 
aiitiiority takes for tin time the place ol 
all m!niiri[)al iiislitnti >ns. slavery among 
ti:<> rest, and that under tint state of 
things, so tar Irom its being true that the 
States, wherever slavi ly exists, have the 
exclusive uianaiieinent ct the subject, not 
only the I'resident ot the I'liited .States, 
bat the (Mibordiiiate) commander of the 
army has flie pow«'r to order the emanci- 
pation of the slaves.' " 

» » » •_* 

I*lain Ensrlith Truths. 

The l:Uo speech of Mr. I.ealhem. M. 
r. (and broth"t-ii;-lav.' of tltdin Brijjht) 
has ( reated unite a sensation in Kn'dand. 
It was pniii,-eiit and tr ithfiil in an unusu- 
al de;^ree. For iiisfai cf, Mr. l.cathatn. 
in accounting lor the inditlerenee lelt in 
Ktigland at the outbreak of our struggle, 
said It was partially owin;; to sundry 
collisions, in which ISritisli interests bad 
invariably sutlcred, and he added: 

••This sort of thing, coming tVoin a ju- 
nior member ol a family, wa-^, to say the 
least of it. distasteful to an old n>"specta- 
ide nation like ourselves, which isalw.avs 
sinking 'IJule Biitan lia,' ami thanking 
1 loviiUnce that il i> i ot precisely as oth- 
er men are. (Langhier.) Noihing was 
known ai>out jiarties m America — hardly 
tlieir names: noihi; g abot;t th-.' course of 
events and opinion. \t this critical mo- 
ment *our own corrcs;)ondcnts' trailed all 
sorts of red he-rings ;. cross the scent ol 
the lirirish people. Tiicy told us, lor ex- 
ample, tiiat slavery lad nothing to do 
•.vith the war ; tiiat it was a eonllict be- 
tween free trade and jirotection ; a strug- 
gle lictween the :irisiiocratic and demo- 
cratic elements ; that it arose Irom the 
antipathy of race, and a thousand other 
tilings eijualiy lalse or imperfectly true. 

They kn-w that, if wc believed that 
slavery was at the bottom of this war, 
there was no chance among this lice peo- 
ple of en.' .sympat ly lo:^ the .South. 
[Hear.] They knew that Knj;land had 
a tenderness lor any 'rebels' excepting 
her own. We blow our own li*om the 
moutiis of guns, but talk }:rand to otliers 
of the sacred rights of insurrection. 
[Hear.] To a chi alrons people the 
weaker cause always has a charm, and 
iiidomitalile courage was alw:iys certain 
of o;r admiration. W'e are told that the 
.Soith syjiipathized With our ari»tocratic 
inslituti-'iis, and admired the pha.^e ot so- 
lieiv under which we have tin* ha[)piness 
to live; that the Nortii were ratiicals, I*u- 
ritacs, levelers, and all that was b.id. 
They a[ipealed to our interests by telling 
\\i that our safety lay in a weak and di- 
vided America. ' 

But Mr Loatham c intinues : 

"They omitted to tell ns that the whole 
of the preponderating West of -\merica 
was thoroughly free trade, and that all 
tiie humiliations that have been heaped 
upon ilii-s country lor fifty years are 
di;e tly traceable to t!ie breakneck policy 
ot the South. Who was it that oi-cupied 
the islaiul of San tJuan? Who was it 
who dismissed the K:;glish Minister du- 
ring the .Vmcrican (11 i.s.-ian) war? Who 
was it bombarded (ire vtown ? The states- 
men of the South. Many other things 
they omitted to till U5 which would have 
told .a;;ainst the South. Could we (orget 
the original treason of the .South, and the 
amar.ing protiigacy t lat broke in pieces 
tlieir great country, because they were 
divided at a general t lection — tlur perjury 
anti treachery with which their st.atesmen, 
lieiiig ill power, attempted to raise them- 
selves by treason, lavery and fraud? 
No one denied that rhe triumph of Mr. 
Lincoln was at the bottum of the war, 
and that triumph meant the extinction ol 
slavery. (Hear.)" 

♦ « ♦♦-» . 

A Live n«*nio« rvtlc Faotilr. 

That live, whole-souled deincc.-at, An- 
drew Vance, of Clay township, has five 
sons who have "arri<ed at man's estate," 
all ol whom voted th ! clean Union dem- 
ocratic lieket on Tuesday last I Six dem- 
ocratic votes in one family ! That's the 
w.ay to ynit down abolitionism. Huzza 
for the Union as it was. The white men 
rule now. — Ml. V'enh>n (Ohio) Uannrr. 

Capt. John Oliver of Lakeland, in this 
county, a "live, wh )le-souled " Uepub- 
lican, has seven sons who have " arrived 
at i.ian's estate," six ot whom are in the 
army of our country, lighting for national 
existence. That is t le dillerence. Five 
democratic sons of a traitorous family at 
home in Ohio voting for disunion and an- 
archy, and six Kepul lican sonsof aloval 
and patriotic family i i Minnesota, endur- 
ing the I cat of batth for their country's 
honor. .Six loyal nm- kets arr.iyed against 
five traitorous ballots. "Thai's tlie way 
to put down " rcbi IHon and treason'. 
"Huzza for the Uiiion as it" will be. 
Which is the record «»f honor? — Slillwa- 
tcr Messenger. 



8 



FRAY COW lOUND. 



fame info tlio oncloMirfl of thf> snbiicribpr, 
about til" l.Mli of last Juii". a small wliitn COW, 
with a red ^pl)t on lior. .vlic )iad willi Imr a cali 
alHiiit four inontlin' o!d. I'lic ownir can havr< the 
.same t»y proving propprry, pHvine churireK, and 
applyin- to UtUJlAN.V WITZCt.. 

janl-ltw Keservo Town>hip, 



S^"- 



AY COW lOUND. 



On t;ie 4th of Docombcr a ri>d COW, with whttp 
abnijf thp back. The ov/ner can liavp h«>r by 
proving property, pay ng iharge , and taking her 
away. 

CIJUS. SPANGF.NBERO, 

j&nl.4tir Ito««rv« Tawaihip. 



with 
" he 



were 
gob- 



formed by 

iinmilatiou 

Bank .a* '" 
..ion. 

'J'hese bank transactions remind me of 
a little story that a friend (not Lincoln) 
used to 
lonl, a * 

He was a runaway slave of more than 
usual intelligence and cunning, and might 
pos.-ibly have picked up his banking ideas 
irom •* one ob dese berry Baltimore 
massas himsell." Perhaps while brush- 
ing Buchanan's coat, or w.aiting upon a 
round table of bank corsairs, that new 
wrinkle weiit through his wool. 

-\t all events ho lound a coinmnnity of 
" contrabands" at New Bedti)rd well to 
do in the world, :ind some ol its members 
occasionally very greasy with money al- 
ter the whalers arrived. He started the 
project oi a Con'.io bank. " White men 
hav..- bank, whv not denigga?" Coloreil 
individii lis' institution entirely. 

Magnilieent project — a big thing — into 
which tiie darkles lloated like llies on a 
lump ol liver, and tieposited their *' idle 
currency" with the self-ebctid President, 
who made whites ol eyi-s saucerier than 
ever by the marvelous «lext«'rity 
which, like Kussel's grave-digger, 
gathered them in." 

• De Bank and de Presmudent '' 
glorious sources of endless turkey 
bling and pride amongst the depositors — 
a great success, in fact — until one day a 
certain nig niaile a draw upon the inst tu- 
tion lor j^LloOto i)ay for a schooner he 
had just Ijought, when it •* eochitu.ited " 
and closed its doors. 

A llouretl ni^^rer wasn't a circumstance . ^. ,, , i . .i i . r ■ 

. 1- ^ 1- ■ . 1- I I to .""t. Paul. r.ecorttinK to tbe plats or inap< of -ail 

to the whitened condition ot llim wlio | Adilitions respectively, of n-ionl in the oUuc oi 
aroused "decullered popiiKition" with the 
astounding intelli;;encc ••dat de bank had 
done gone bust." 

-\ mass meeting was convened .at once, 
and the crowd demanded instant ex])lana- 
t ion as to the whereabouts ol the assets, 
receivinjr the usual lucid and hi-rhlv sat- 
islactory statement which liank pr. Iidents 
generally give on such oei-asions, viz : 
•*tha'. the report will be ready in a few 
days. 

But tha' did not satisfy the Ethiopians 
who held out their hands lor truth, and 
eluatinjr was intimated — swindlin;;in fact. 
The honor of Mr. .lohnston was touched 
by so inali^natit an accusation, and he in- 
dignantly replied : 

Cheating? Who say dat ? Who 'euse 
mc ob cheating dem ? No, sar ! All fair 
and "bove board in dis biiik." 

'•Look at dai !" 

Hauling out a sixpenny pass book, he 
held it up to the rolling sea of eves before 
him. 

"You see dat I Well, ebery man dat 
eber put in a dollar in «]e bank, got his 
name j)ut <lown in dis book. Ebery ting 
aui square." 

"Look ! It am aU down in de book I" 

Throwing th.at document into the sway- 
ing field ol ebony and wool, it was soon 
torn into shreds by the ignorant victims 
ill their anxiety to see if each one'.s n.ame 
was safely entered ; and in the mi«lst of 
the row the President stalked out and 
over the "legal adviser of the Bank," 
who published for him a notice, to 
wit : "Owing to the wanton destruction 
of the bank, by an unprinciple<l crowil, 
composed doubtless of the enemies of the 
institution, it was impossible to furnish 



Iia4 l>i>on mado in tho conditions of a rt>rtiiin 
mortjcajje exerut<>d by John It. Irvine and Xanoy 
Irvine liia wife, inorli;ai(or.4, to William II.Kiiiii-^, 
inort;^a;;ef, bearing aine, and duly ucknowledgi*d 
by said inortgagorK. on the Jstli day of August, a. 
1). IK>'.i, wliidi «aid mortgage containK the usual 
power of tiale lo the mortg;ige«> and his ansigus, 
and was duly tiled for record in the otTice of the 
K'gi>ter of'DefHii of the county of Ilam-<ey, in 
the ."State of Minnesota, on the third day t>f C>elo- 
ber, A. p. l.sj'.i, at one o'cloek and forty-live niin. 
uten r. M., and wast thereupon duly recorded in 
said olRoe, iu llook "!"' of Mortgages at pagi'it 
4i',o, 4('>ii and \iu ; which said mortg.ige was given 
to si'cure ilie payment of live thou-^and two hun- 
dred and lifty-one d.dlars and thirty-live ceiiti 
(<l"i,JjI.."..'>-I(>ii) and Interest iiect)rdii;g to the con- 
dilioii of two certain prom'ssory inne.s made f)y 
Huid John It. IrvinCj payable to the onler of said 
mortgagee and bearing even date with said inort* 
gagi>, and then* is claimed to l>e due, and is aetu- 
ally due and uii|>aid, upon .«aid notes and mort- 
gage, attli(>d.ite of this notice, the sum of six 
thousand four hundred and eighty dollars anl 
thirty c-nts i#r.,l,s().:tn.) 

Ami I he said inorvgagee, did, on the L'Oth day ol 
N'>\ein!M-r, A. i>. IM'.j, pay certain delint|uenl tax- 
es upon the mortgaged premises, for which he 
now le!l;ls receipts of the person authorized to 
rei-elve Rucli taxes, to the amount of $4.'."i.'Jtl, 
which amount, with interest at twidve p.^rcent. 
per annum, from said 'Jiuh Nov., tsiv.', (amountinj? 
at this dale to $tr'J.<>l) the said mortgagee wiil 
claim, and collect with n.nd as part of the amount 
.•iceured by said iiiortgagi", mnkiiig the entire 
amount claimed ti> be due at tiie d.iie of this uo- 
tici> for principal and interest upon the said inort- 
I g.ige, including the sum so paid for taxes with in- 
ier<--t tliereou to this Uato the just and full sum of 

$r.,ii.yj.9i ; 

And no suit or proceedingat lawlmslieen Insti- 
tuted to recover tliu deiit secured by said mort- 
gage, or any part thereof; 

Hie mortgiigeil premises are descrilied as fol- 
lows, vi/ : All those tracts, pieces or parci-ls ol 
land situate and Iving in Kainsey l'o:sntv. )Iiiine 
sola, knuun anil dcsignateil as lots numbered 
thirteen (i:;)aud fourti'en( 4\ In block numbered 
lorf)-8i.\ (4'>), of Kice & Irvine's Addition lo ."<t. 
Paul; also lots numbered t well e (Cj^ and thirteen 
(i;;), of block nunilH-red sixty nine (ti'.e, luts iiiiiii- 
bered one (i\ twi) (•.■), tliree'(:t), lour (1). six (li), 
seven (r), eight (•■>), nine ('.!}, ten (io), and eleven 
(11), in block niimbereil seventy-one (7i;, ard lots 
numbered one (1), two (•,'), three (:;\ four (4), live 
(•)), six (I'), seven (D, eight {.»), nine ('.i\ ten (Hi), 
eleven (11), and twelve (I"j;, in bloc* numlMTi tl 
seventy-seven (TD, of Day ton .Si Inine's Addiiion 
to .'St. Paul, r.ccording to tbe plats or maps of «aid 

I 
tne Itegister of Dei'ds of said Uainsey county. 

Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that by 
virtui' of the power of sale in saiil mortgage »on- 
tained, an 1 pursuant to the statute in such ca-e 
m.ide and provided, Ihe kaiil mortgage will l>e 
i for' closed by a sale ol the said mortgaged pieiiii- 
i.es at public veinlue, to the highest bidder, at the 
front door of the Court House, in the city <d 
.'^aiiit Paul, in said county of lUim-ey, on Thurs- 
da'.-, Cie •.".'th day ol .lannnry, a. i>.'ls«>:t, at ti-n 
o'clock ill (he forenoon of that dav. 

D-ited-s-t. Paul, December laih.A. P. ISf.-.'. 

WILLIAM 11. KN MS, Mortgagee. 

n;<iKI.ow St iJ.vi.ltv.vjei.!'., .*.ttorne.\s lor .Mort- 
giigi-u. s deci:!-rt 



F.CuoK, Agent for ."singer'.s Sewing JIacbincs 
Tliird street, St. Autliouy, near the Winslow | 
lloujc. novistf I 

— __ , 

N'>w Keaiiy.— The Itules of Practice adopted \ 
in general session of the Judges of this Stain 
and publislied by the Pkksh Pui.xtino Comi'axv, 
are now ready for delivery— price lirteen cents 
per copy, or $1.50 pj-r dozen. Thesu rules go into 
effect on the first of .September, and will have nil 
the authority and force of law. Kvery lawyer in 
the .Stato must have a copy. Uemittances m.iy be 
mado iu bunk nofea or post-s.-te stanu><i. 



CJOOLEliT, CAIiVER, & 

(Snccpssors to Coolev, Towke &. Co.,) 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 



OUR IIOUSK, TIIIUD STKKKT, OPPOSITE 
Ar..MoKY IlAi.i,, II. F. K. Vrrr, PitoruiKTon.— 
ThU old established hous<? is In full operation, 
and is prt>jared to furnish meals at all hours of 
tim day ornight. The bar is supplied with the 
very best li.piors. The larder is always full. Oys- 
ters at io and .10 cents per d.izen. Hot Coffee, 
Steaks, &.C., &c. tiivc we a call. 

feb-'O-dly II. F. K. VITT. 

LA5D Waruaxts, Half I!reed aad Kovolu 
tionary Scrip— all sizes— prices. 
Jy28 TIIlLMPSON BKO.S. 

Fkf.sii Ovsri:i:s— Just received, and will be 
received daily. Also, Doiled Chicken, .Steaks, 
Veal Cutlets, Ham and Kggs, served up in the 
b<>.st manner. Liquors and Wiues of all kimU. At 
the Old Napul<>ou Itcstaurant, opposite the Ame- 
ican House. 

f,\<S-f>n Y. y. HKIT/. Proprietor. 



Ain> 



Oommission M!ex*clia,iits, 



IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUOLb 

FRUITS, NUTS, WINES, Jbe., de., 

JACKSON STREET, BETWEEN LEVEB LSD THIRD, 8AINT PAUL, iiUiX. 

Xorauv ........ CASH. 



In the Department of 

L I Q u o K s A IV r> SI s: O A R s 

Our stock will b« found lasob and compi.etb at all timet, and at prices to suit the viewi o 

closest Luyori. December 1, 18AS 






P YOU WANT 



TO (;KT J UK 

KIHTS, 



N 



OTICE OF MOUTGAUE SAl.K. 



depositors with a iletailed statement ol its 
all'airs, until alterthe lai>seofafew weeks. 
.\nd in the meantime all parties are cau- 
tioned against sacrif'cing their claims lor 
less than the full amount ol the same and 
interesi." 

As for Johnsing. ho alw.iys Insisted 
that "It am all down in de book ;" and 
••pon any atteinjit to make him disgorge, 
or in rejdy to any slurs on his honesty, 
he immediately put up that shield, and 
Iroze his antagonist with his honor and 
rectitude in putting " it all down in de 
book." 



^UisiccUattcouis. 



P K N A U F T , 

(Corner of Seventh and Olive stroeta,) 

IIAS W ADDITIOX TO III3 SKW k, FULL STOCK OF 

Oi*occi*icai &■ Provisloujs, 

A complete assortment of 

qui:f.nswaue, lamps, ac. 

All of which will t>c sold at the lowest possible 
'*'"nEW PLATFORM SCALES, 

Of Fairbanks' best make, always correct and 
ready for use. Tlios» who have Hay, (irainitl 
Live Stock for sale can save m»ney by getting il 
wetahed. aprtl^-feba4: ly. 



s 



PAUL BRIDGE 



The road at the west end of the bridge being 
re-adv for travel, the tolls on the bridge from l.Mh 
Deremb«>r to 1st March, wiil bo reduced to the 
following rates : 
For double team one crossing, 10 cents, 
" single team overan<l return 15 " 
" Cattle and horses per head, 5 " 

CHAS. A..MORr,AX, 
St. Paul, Dec. 15. lW..>._decl4ml. Keceiver. 



JOHN A. STEES, 
XJIVr>EXlT.AJ£EXt,, 

CORNEB TUIKD ft MINNK.SOTA 8TREKTS 

ST. PA CI,, MIS. 

Sole agent for Metallic Burial Casesjand Caskets 
lanSdftwly. 

JOHN A. STEES. 

MASCFACTCUKR ATin nRAI.RR tjl 

Fumitiire and Cabinet Ware, 

Of eTery Tariety of stylo and pattern. 

CORXKR.1I> A5I> MIXJIKSOTA STS., 8AIXT rACI , 

All kinds of lumber taken in trade. 
ianMfcwIy 

QIOUX DEPREDATIONS. 
Indemiiity can be liad. 

Steps are t)eing taken by the (Government to as- 
certain who have suffered loss in profiertv, and 
the extent of such loss, by the late .Sioux fndian 
outbreak, with the view of adjusting the same. 
The undersigned have all the necessary forms, and 
arc possessed i>f superior advantages for having 
these claims allowed and settled in the shortest 
possible time, and will give s|M>cial attention to 
such as arc placed in their hands. 

o. » . o •^>'" " * <in..>IAX, Att rneys. 
St. Panl.Sept.','4, ISC2. ' 



C 



ARD 



Rajckixg Ornrr or TnoMPsox Rros., ) 
ST. Pali,, Dec. 1, l»*fl2. 'j 

Wc beg leave lo announce to our friends and 
the public generally that Mr CHAULES SCHEF- 
FKIt, of the lite linn of Dai ling ft .'^chelfer, of 
.'Stillwater, .Minnejota, becomes associated with 
ns in tht Ranking Ruslness from this date. Our 
Arm name remains unchanged. The business at 
Stillwater will be continued under the Urm name 
of >'Cheller ft Thompson's. 

nov.SO-U THOMPSON RR'^TUERS. 



QASH PAID FOR WHEAT, RYE, 

HARLET, OATS and CORN, and DRESSED 
lliXiS, at my Warekousc, Upper I.evee.St. PauL 

4««at-tf albbRt mscasuar. 



PRKTTIKST r.ALMOIl.\L 

You over j:aw, go to 

HOG AN & CAMPS. 

If you wnnt to gi>t tlij 

Best Hoop Skiit, 

You ever had, go to 

hoc; AN & CAMP'S. 

If yon want to get the 
If niKlKOlllOHl 131'OiSM, 

Iu town, go to 

HOG AN & CAMPS. 

Tn fact, anTthing you w.int to buy iu the Dry 
(ioods I,ine. 

HOG AN & CAMP'S 

doc2:-tf is the place to buy it. 



Whereas, William C. (iraj, of the city ol .«aint 
Paul, in the County of K.imsey, and Stat<' of .Min- 
nesota, now deceased, on the' 'J d day of Ma>', A. 
'>. l.-v'pii, executed and delivered to David -unf.trd. 
of till' same placi', a cerluin indenture nf nioil 
gai,'<* of that dale, which was recorded in the 
olliceof the Itegister of Deeds of the » id county 
of Itamsev, .Minnesota, on the -jjth dav of .Mav, 
l.s;Jt, at li o'clock A.M., in Itook "l^" of Mort- 
gages, im pages I-.'O, 4;|, -r.-J and 4;;', wherehy the 
said Vvilliam C. (iray did grant, bargiin, sell and 
convey (in mortgagi'Vo siiiil Dav id .Sanford, hi' 
heir* and assigns, the following descrilK'd pie.^-i' 
or parcel of land, situate, lying and being iu said 
county of Ramsey, Minnesota, viz: 

fill- north Inlf (',) of the northeast quarter (',) 
of secti -n number twenty-two (■.*j; of township 
numbe- tweiiiy-eight (-•>) of rang." number tweu- 
ly-th-ee (•':() w'est, containing eighty (s'O acres ol 
land, according to tfie L'niteir.Niat-s survey there- 
of, toge'lu'r with all and singular the heredita- 
ments -nd appurtenances thereunto inany v, i-e 
appertaining, to secure the payment of tlie sum 
of $sts, and interest therein accordiig to the 
CO- diiion <d' two promissory notes, dated said 
'i\A day of .May, ISCsi, executed b • said William < '. 
(■ray, payable and delivered as follows: One tn 
said Ihtv'id .Snnford for fis, and one to .M. M. snu- 
ford fi>r |.'»0'\ both due one year from the date 
thereof, and both now In the possc«8ion of and 
controlled by said l>avld ^anford. 

Accom|*anyiiig said mortgage and rerorded 
therewith is a waf erof said William C. (jray ol 
his right ol redemnlion of sal |)remiFiOs in wri- 
ting, duly executeii and acknowb'dged pursuant 
to the act of the Legislature of Minnesota, ol 
March loth, isiio, entitled " auact to regulat..- the 
forecl'-snre r>f real estate " 

And. whereas, there is now, at the date of this 
notice, clalmiHi to b<- due and is due on said prom 
ssory notes and mortgare, the s'lm of i|l,(M:'..r4. 

And whereas heretofore notices have be n 
published according to law. I>eariiig (late respec- 
tively, June istj iNil, October IStli, Im>1 and Au- 
gust 'ii\, isiVj, ot the foreclosure of s.iid mortgag*.- 
and sale <d' said nrcmises, which notices have 
been discontinued, an<l n > fon*closure of said 
mortgage or sale ol saiil nremiscs has been had 
or inaile by reason Ihereol.and nosuit or i rowetl- 
iiig at law e.xce- t as aforesaid, has been had or 
instituted to recover the debt secured \>y .saiiJ 
mortgage, or any part thereof, and no part there 
of has been |)aid : 

Now, therefore, notice is hereby gl en, that de- 
fault has r-eon made in the payment of the said 
sum of iSt."-l<l. 4. due as aferesaid, and that said 
mortgaged premies will be sold t»y the Sheritl ol 
said county of Ramsey, at public auctiiin, under 
and by virtue of a power of sale contained in said 
mortgage, to tim highest bidder, for cash, at the 
front door of the Court II use, in the city of M. 
Paul, in the c unty of Ramsey, and ."state of .MIn 
nesota, on the rth day o Febniary, a. d. iwvt, 
at loo'cliick in the fore oon of that day, to satisfy 
and pay the amount due on said promissory i otes 
and mortgage, at that date and costs of lo.-e- 
c.osiire. 

Dated December 2nd, inf>2. 

DAVID 8AXFORD, 

tu dec?n-Cw Mortgagee. 

JTOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. 

Whereas, Daniel A. Robertson and Julia A. 
Robertson, his wife, (ieorge Hezlep and Loui.<a 
K. Hezh-p, his wife, Charles H. Parker and Han- 
nah K. Parker, his wife, Charles L. Willis and 
Anna .Maria Willis, his wile, did on the ::'Jd dav 
of .March, a. I>. IKil, execute and deliver to Hen- 
rietta K.tioodhue, a certain indenture of inurl- 
gage bearing date on said day, for the purpose of 
securing the payment of certain sums of money 
thi-rein named, whereby they did irrant and con- 
vey to the said Henrietta K. Goodhue, her heirs 
and assigns forever, all those tracts, pieces or par- 
cels of land, together with the aftpurtenances Iv- 
ing and being in the ciinnty of Ramsey, and State 
of .Miniiesolu, described as follows, to wit : Lots 
i-ight (s), nine (■.)) and ten (10), and the Hoiith 
twenty ('JO) feet of lots three (:i), four (4) and live 
(a), immediately in the n>arauda(ljoining.saidlots 
eigfct (s), nine (It) and ten (in), all in block twent^- 
nine (-"J), in .St. I'nul Proper, according to the plat 
thereof on record in the office of the Register of 
Deeds of the county of Ramsey afon-said, which 
sail! indentnn' of mortgage was duly ackno wleilged 
and on the :.".'tli dav of M«rch, a. n. Is.'if, at II 
o'clock a. m. of that day, dulv recordi'd in the 
ollice of the Register of Deeds for the county 
of Ramsey aforesaid. 

And, whereas, said indenture of mortgage was 
on the I'Jtli day of Decemln'r, A. I). ls.V.t, ihily as- 
signed and transferred by the mortgagee hfore- 
saiil, to John ti. Prince, by deed of assignment, 
U-aring date ol that day, which saitl assignment 
duly acknowledged was on the iL'tli day of .Janua- 
ry, «. i>. iMio, at 11 o'clock A. M. of tlmt day, duly 
recorded iu the olfice of the Register of DeedK of 
the county of Ramsey aforesaid, in llook " A " of 
assignments on iwges 4:t4 and 4:ij. 

Ami, whereas, said indenture of mortgage was 
on the |<)th day of January. ^. n. i(«(,o, Uuly as- 
signed and transfern'd by said John .S. Prinw to 
Lucius II. Terry, bv deed of assignment bearing 
aate of that day, which said assignment tlulv ai • 
knowledgee was on the -•uth day of.lanuary. a. i>. 
l-siO, at VZ o'clock and '.'o minutes v. m. of tliatdav, 
duly recorded Intheolfice of the Register of Lleeils 
for the county of Ramsey aforesaid : 

And, whereas, said in<{enture of mortgage was 
on the 4th day of October, a. li. ISil?, duly as. 
signed and transferred l)y saiil Lucius H.lirrv to 
William I. Whiteman. 'by ileed of assignm'ent 
bearing date of that day which said assignment 
duly acknowledged, was on the isth dav of No- 
vemlwr A. ii. In.-.', at 10 o'clock A. M. of that day 
duly recorded in theulTiceofthe Register of Deeds 
for the county of Ramsey aforesaid. 

And, w. ercas, default has bi-en made in the 
condition of said mortgage, and there is now at 
the dste of thi< notice due upon the said mort- 
gage the sum of three thousand two hundred fh)l- 
lars ; and no suit or proo-edings at la^ have been 
inslituti-dto recover the said tiebl »i;cured by said 
mortgage, or any ptirth thereof: 

Xow, therefore, notice is hen'by given, that by 
virtue of a power of sale iu sai'd indenture o'f 
mortgage contained, and agn-eably to the statute 
in such case made and provideii, the above descri- 
bed inortgiged premises m ill be sold by the She- 
riff ol Ramsey < ounty, at public aucilon, to the 
highest bidder, for cash, on the Tth day of Janu- 
ary, A. I). ISCi-i, at 10 o'clock in th' forenoon ol 
said dav, at the front door of the Court House, in 
the city of .St. Paul, in the county of Ramsevafore- 
said, to satisfy the aforesaid mortgage and" all le- 
gal costs, charges and disbursements. 

WILLIA.M I. WIIITK.MAX, Assignee. 

LORKN/O Allis, Attorney for Assignee. 

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I^nd Warrant Xo. tOO,or>a-ir.O acres, Issued to the 
widow of Jacob Furman or Farman, deceased, 
which .vas duly sold and transmitted to us and 
mailed to our address at Saint Paul, Minnesota 
Irom Lyons, New lork, on or about the Kith of 
August last, has never reached us, but was lost In 
transmission through the mails. Xow, notiw is 
given, that we have filed a Caveat against the 
Issue of a patent therefor, and that we iVave made 
application to the Commissioner of Pensions for 
the re-issuu thereof to us, the undersigned 

A^^aoj,^ i/i^^^^ ^- TH05I P.SOX 

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UUTLEUS EMPORIUM. 
Coole^', Cai'vei* Ac Oo. 

JACK.SO\ STRKKT, RKTWF.KX LKVEB 
AXD THIRD, .ST. PALL, 

Having lately made litieral add'.L'ynsto their large 
and well assorted titock of 

ITaiiey Grroccit-xcm, Fruitai, 

invite the early attention of Suttlers and others 
^eekillg Aniiy .Sujiplies, to their selection vf Goods, 
which they oiler at clos« tigures for Cash or Gov- 
ernment ^'oucher»: 

Caniiort Fruitsi. 



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ATTORXKT."^ ft COIXSELLORS AT LAW, 

Office iu McClung's (P!ia»nix) I51ock, corner ol 

Third and Wal»a»liaw-.sl«., 

ST. PAUL, MIXXKSOTA , 

Will practice in all the State and Federal Courts. 
Money loaned on goi>d security. 
4^.^ .^{iecial attention paid to collecting, 
w. ii.<;kast. dec.l-4mu8 j. m. hu;i:max. 



PF.ACHK.S 

RA.'sPISKKUIKS 

iSLA( KRKKRIKS 

CIIKUKIKS 

WIlOliTLliUliRRIKS 



500 dozen, fresh and fine. 
■JOO do do do 

•-'00 do do do 

.U'oo do do do 

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WATSi>N WKBB. .III., 



(.Successor t-^ Walter W. Webb.) 
Wllol,i:SAI,K DK.Al.KI^ tX 

FOPKKJN WINES & LKH'^HS AND 

OLD IK)CRl;«)N AND RYE WIILSKY. 

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Keci'ived on consigninent and to be closed out 
at once — nolwitlisiandiiig an advancing market 
— j.ts^Ubs. Tobacco ^i' to !b.) 

L. It. & c. r,i:i:T(;, 

dcc'il-.!w corner .Sibley and Tbird-st. 



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A GOOD Glut/, to do the worU of a small fain- 
ilv, fo one coiiii)el<.'::t,good wages will be given. 
Apply at this ollico. dec;5i-lw 

/^ W . W O O L L E Y , 

LOWER LEVEE, SAINT PAUL, 
yOR^VARDING- 

ANI> 

OommifliMioii >Xex*cliant, 

DBAI.KR IX GROCKRIK8 
GRAIN, PROVISIONS, LIME, &C., ftC, &C. 

ANO 
AaEXT FOR TIIK 

PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD AND 

CONNECTIONS. 

Contracts for transportation between St. Paul, 
Boston, N .w England, Montreal, New York anu 
all points East, made upou the lowest and most 
(avor.ible ti-rms. 
Mark pHckagcs, "U. W'. WOOLLEY, 

St. Pa II., 
Janl-dly For 



Foreign, bruits. 

RAISINS, (L.iver & M. R.)— wholes, hiilTee&qrs. 
Cl'RRAXTS— f.esh and good 

PRLNE.S — kegs a I'd jars. 

PLLM.S— French. 

DATES, 

Set>;ar». 

100,000— embracing large variety, and including 

some choice and popular brands. 

Tobaccos. 

MO Paclcagps, including assorted gmdes — Plug, 
Fine Cut Chewing, Smoking, Hilly Uowlegs, 
Meerschaum, KInnikinick, ^c, &c. 

Oystor.s and Sardines. 

A full line favorite braids; a!.-o, LORSTER9, 
SALMON, HALIBUT, HERRING, fcc., &c. 

Urandioss, ~Wiii«a, Boiivboix 

Wliisslcy, Arc- 
A large variety, including some fine Old Itran- 
dies and Whisk\s, (bottled), which we can conti- 
ilently recommend as very superior. Also, 




ANT & FREE ^I A N , 



Our Stock is now complete, embracing ALL 
HAT IS NEW IX 



Ginger Wine, 
(linger Uraiidy, 
I'each Itraudy, 



Illackberry ISraudy, 
Apfic Kraiidy, 
Cherry Rraiidy. 



ConiiBctioner'v. 

Fig Paste, assorted Candies, Gum Drops, Lor 
enges, Liiiuoriee, Spruce Gum, ftc, &o. 

Nxits. 
A full line, including every variety. 

October 14, ii>C2. 



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2 Chair Makers; 1 Good 



3 Cabinet Makers; 
Chair I'ainter, at the 

Ha.«<tin 



Dentist, 23 Years, 
MIXXEAPOLIS, 3I1NXESOTA 

As far as I know, my terms for practice will be 
the usual fees of Dentists of this State. 

I insert ARTIFICIAL I'lVOT TKKTH, which 
are healthier, cheaper, mere beautiful and durable 
than teeth set on plute. 

Pivot Tkkth no not Pkevkntthk Tastino 
OK Foot)— I'LATi; Tketii do. 
I so slop decayed places in the crowns of Teeth 
(elegantly,) as to last the life of the patient. 
.Cii" Gonsultations without charge. 

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"P R I E N 1) S AND PATRONS : 

Oil 
HA 

Millinerv Di^y Ooods, 

and LADIE.S'FURNI.SHIN(iand FANCY AR- 
TICLE.S. (J ur French Hats are quite jiretty ; in 
Felt, Reaver and I'lush, we have the latest designs. 
We have Millinery articles bv the ijuaiititv. to 
suit the trade. In'.s^hawls, Cloaks and Cloaking, 
we have a large kupply — we have twenty dillereut 
jatterns; one is the itcClellan— the pattern cost 
♦'JO ia I'aris. Also, the (jothic and K\celsi«r 
Cloaks, Ko much admired in high circh-s, Ea.st. 
Our stock is large iu Nubias, Hoods, .s-oniags, 
French Opera Hoods, Zephyr Worsted Wool, 
Yarns, Hosiery, Gloves, Eiiibroideries, White 
(ioods, &c., iiC. Dress Goods, tialnioial and Hoop 
.Skirts, by the (piantity. l^'ive dozen Winter 
Shawls, that must be sold, with almost every arti- 
cle wanted in the housekeeping line. We solicit 
an early call. Respecltullv yours, 

MKS. 'J. .1. DCGAX, 
Relow Day & Jenks' Drug Store, Third Street 
where the wax lady is In tim window. o'J5-tf 

M. N. KELLOGG, 

WBOLK.«ALK AHD RETAIL DEALER VX 

TOYS, 

Apples, Quinces, Chestnuts, 

LEMONS & CONFECTIONERY. 



K-s Steam Sash and Fur- Children s CABS— every Tariety; Egg, Lemon, 
«.;«.. .,0 TP..^*..^.., 8 Ginger. Boston and Soda CRACKERS; Travel- 

nilure it aotory. e . school and Work BASKETS; 3IAPLE SU- 

' I GAR; Fresh CANDIES from N%w York— also 



Also, for sale, a 

PORTABLE STEAM ENGINE k 



BOILER, 



Cylinder 8 inch bore, and 14 inch stroke. 
sS-tf UKR/0(i ft COR.SOX. Hai^tinga. 



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4ir*THK BHSr C-ICAK8 IN THE CITT. 

M. N. KKLLOGO. 



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Real Estate Agent, Notary Public and Convey- 
encer, Commissioner of Deeds for the States 01 
New 1 York, Pennsylvania, 3Iassachu.setts, Ohio 
and Vermont. Collections made — Taxes paid 
for non residents. House n-nted. 

Oifice Third Street, Irvine'i. ISloclc. 

Reference. Hon. Ai.KX. Kamskt. JylO-dly 



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LARGE DWELLING, 



Near the residence of Gov. Ramsey, on the 
banks of the Mississippi, in a locality at oucecen 
traland retired. 

UENRY McKENTY 



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Dealer in Real Estate. 



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The Great Western String Band (forrserly Wag- 
ner's Itaiid) is agaiu prei>ared tor the winter sea- 
son, '-nd oiler their service to the public generally 
lor Ralls. Parties Concerts, etc., etc., at liberal 
rates. Parties wishing good music and calling 
will please atidress th- undersigned. 

Orders for the iiaud may alsolM'leftat Hunger's 
Music Store. 

GEORGE SEIBERT. 

Residence on Tenth street, north of Jackson-st., 
next door to the .Scandinavian Church. deci-'Jw 



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CARRIAGE MAXUFACTURERS, 

CORNER OK ntTll ASH KOBKKT STREETS, 
PAUL, MINNK.SOTA. 



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THE PRESS PRIXTIXG COMPANY 
Have now on hand the latest ana b»st form of 
tax deeds. It is suitable for sales under the sev- 
eral acts of the I^egislature, and iu conformity 
with all their requisitions, and is preparea t>7 m1« 
State authorities 

Price 90 cents per dozpn. or %'X per hundred. 

rpO EXCHANGE FOR REAL ES- 

X TATK. 

^,500 in Goods at New Y'ork prices, con- 
alsting of Hats, Caps, Itaw Horn Combs, Ready 
Made clothing, and Jewelry, is offered for improv- 
ed or unimproved l..aHd8 iu this or the adjoining 
eennties, also city property iu M. Paul. 
deciO-tf IRA lil DWELT. 



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AL MORAL SKIRTS 



I3almoral Rkirts, 
SILK STRIPED. 

The choicest selection of 

BALMORAL SKIRTS, 

Ever brought to the city, just received by Ex- 
press. Also a splendid line of 

"Bradley's Hoop Skirts," 

Including the favorite brands " Prldo of the 
World," " Favorite Diamond," " Immovable 
Tapr," I>ace Gore, and a great variety of other 



stylos, at 
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EWSON'S COMO SKATING 

PARK. 

TWO MILES AND A HALF FROM ST. PAUL. 
tin Park kept iu good condition for Skating. 
Refreshments furnished when ordered. Jan4 



'p O B A C C O, 

dsavH, r»ipe», SnulT, Ace. 

F. W. TUCIIELT, 

Third Street, next door to Comb's Book «=»ore 
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Tobacco, Cigars 
ftc, isjust receiving his fall and winter stock 
and is prepared lo till onlers to any extent, for 

FINE IMPORTED CIGARS, 

Missouri, Virginia and Kentucky Smoking and 
Chewing Tobacco, Fine Cct Chewing, superior 
to any in the city. 

SWEET BRIAR ROOT PIPES, 
a largo assortmeut. These pipes are all the go 
now. 

F. W. TITCHELT, 
Third street, next door to Comb's Book Store 
St. Paul. Not. 17. nnvirdlr. 



/^ASII PAID FOR LARD AND 

V^ TALLOW. 

At the .^t. Paul Soap and Candle Factory, Eagle 
street, near Upper Levee, 
dccir-.l w* L. REACH, Propr''"— 



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E. WOOLSEY & CO., 

(SUCCESSOR TO L D. WII^SOIT,) 

Oommiflision mcrdkctnts, 

NO. 211 SOUTH WATER ST., CHICAGO. 

CASH ADVANCKS ON COX8IGNMKXTS. 
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The undersigned have removed to Messrs 
Mcols & Dean's Iron Store on Third street. Par- 



We are prepared to manufacture to order all 
kinds of niiiuiKS, cittei;s, ll'Mkkr wauoxs, 

EXI'KIIS.S ANlt GKOCKKY WAtiOXS, COXCOKIi 
HACKS and .s'caoe si.KUill.s, of the best quality, 
and latest pattern, and of Eastern stock, which 
enables us to warrant them in evvry [Mirticular. 
Also all kinds of repairing promptly and faithful 
ly executed on the most reasonable terms. 

TNDIAN WAR IMPLEMENTS. 

The undersigned are Agents for 

BALLARD'S CELEBRATED 

Breech Hioadins Army Carbines, 

The most perfect and most convenient breech 
loading gun In use. Orders received at our office 
where a sample may be seen. 
stt-tf J, C. BURBANK ft CO. 



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URNITURE 



JOHN t»rim:r,ose 

Manufacturer and Dealer in 

CABINET AND CHAIR 

FumsriTUiiE 

OF EVERY VARIETY. 

Keeps constantly on hUnda complete asiort- 
ment of 

PARLOR, 

CHAMBER, 

DINING-ROOM 

FTJRNITTJRIC, 

or ALL STYLES, AXD OT SUFKRIOR WOSK- 
MANSIIIP. 

Most of my Furniture is of my own manufac- 
ture, made of thoroughly seasoned material and 
eijuai to the hottt there is' made in the U. S. A. 

As a nimble sixpence* is always better than a 
slow shiling, I am determined to sell a very light 
shadv abovu cost. Everybody is respectfully in- 
vited to give me a call before purchasing. 

«a-RE.M EMBER PLACE: Stone Build- 

ing— Third Street— above the Bridg.. St. Paul 
Mlun. )an24dly 

Xy S . COMBS, 

Is on hand with his nsual large 

VARIETY OF BOOKS 

AND GOODS SUITABLE forthk HOLIDAYS. 

The Public are invited to examine his Stock 

which is now open forinspcctlon, at his 

BOOK & STATIONERY EMPORIUM, 
Tbird-Si-, St. I>aiil. declS 



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TICE OF DISSOLUTION. 



The firm of Cooley, Tower ft Co.. Saint Paul, is 
dissolved by mutual consent. M. C. Coo'.ev hav- 
ing purchased the interest of G. F. ft R. E. Tower, 
the business will be continued, as heretofore, un- 
der the name and style of Cooley, Carver & Co., 
who assume all the' liabilities and ailjust all the 
nusettled business of the late firm. 

MARTIN C. COOLEY, 
(iEOR(iE F. TOWER, 
KUFUS E. TOWER. 
Saint Paul, December tst, ISO'2. 



Referring to the above, we take pleasure in 
tendering thanks to our friends for past flivors, 
and with renewed assurancesof our best personal 
attention to their interests, we invite their con 



tl"s having notes or accounts payable at our office I tinuance, confident that with undiminished facUl- 
are requested to call and settle the same immedi- ; lies, we can serve them acceptably. 

";^'y- , , *. P. ft P. F. UODGK.S. I Vcrv respectfully, 

«OTttaib«r38, Itftl. uovJ»-im botM COOLJKY. CiRTBB ft 00. 



GIVB DAVENPORT A CAIX. 
Great assortment of 

niotograpliic Albums. 
ANNUALS. 

JUVENILE BOOKS. CHILDREN'S BLOCKS. 

Dissected Pictures. 
PORTFOLIOS. 

GAMES OF ALL KINDS. 

TOY BOOKS. 

Everything in his line. 

DAVENPORT HAS GOT 'EM. 

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T3AILR0AD TIES WANTED. 

The undersigned will purchase 
l!i3,000 

OAK, NORWAY PINE OR TAMARACK 

Raili'oad Tics, 

.«!awed or Hewed, in lots large or small as may 
suit the party proposing to furnish. To be 8 feet 
long. 6 inches thick, average 7 inch faces, deliver- 
ered from 1st of May to Ist of July, 18(<3, on the 
line of the Itailread at any point from St. Paul to 
St. Cloud. 

CASH PAID FOR SAME. 

For any further information apply personally 
or by letter to 

WM. B. LITCHFIELD ft CO., 

declA-tjanl St. I*anl. 
— — — — < 

AUCTION SALE. 

AnjCTAXT Genekai.'s Ofkick, t 
St. Pall, Dec. -•9th, 1HC2. i 

Will be sold at I*ublic Auction, on FRIDAY 
the Oth of January, 186.3, at 10 o'clock, the fol* 
lowing named property: 

4'J Horses. 

2S Double Wagons, parts of which are broke* 
aud missing. 

1 Express Wagon, on Spring*. 

1 Single Wagon. 

A lot of old Harnesser. 

A lot of old .Saddles. 

A lot of Neck Y'okes, Chains and Collars. 

The above named property was impresfied Into 
the service of the State, at the commencement 
of the Indian War, up the 3Iinnesota Valley, and 
has not been claimed bv p«'rsons owning tbc'same, 
and will be sold without reserve, to the highest 
bidder, for cash down, at Berkey's stable, Eagle 
street. 

By order of the Quartermaster General. 
WILLIAM M. KIMBALL. 

decTO-td for the State. 



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The nndersigned having been appointed sole 
Agent for the sale of 

LYOX'S PURE OHIO CATAWBA BRANDT 
For the State of Minnesota, calls the attention ot 
Physicians and the public to its medicinal quali- 
ties. 

WALTER W. WEBB. 

St. Pan'. .▼•'» *•• '"** lv»* Htfw. 



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VANDERVOORT, DICKERSON & CO, 

IMl'ORTEHS OK 

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WINrKll AUllANGKMKNTS. 

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clSlIo™l'aaa lio-t» iu eonn.s:tion with the , 

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rill bo rali'vl for la 




^nsutancf. 






y aM p s 'a n \V oil 




MPS A 

A now and complcto stock of 

limps nii<l Flxtiireep, 

And tho be«t braada Hi 

OIL, 

or »aJe»t rn/CK.-i TO SLIT THE TI.VKS 

8. K. rurxAM, 

(18 Compr of Thini and Jlarkot utrtH- t*. 



grg ©ooife. 



^ardwarr. 



1863. SPUIJNO. 1862. 



I3SGER.«»OT^L'S ISLOCK 



DRY GOODS FOR CASH. 



IltOlV and STEEL 



HEAVY HARDWARE 



Post OfBc«. MC Paul, Xtlnnesota- 



OFFIOK IIOL'US. 

' o'clock A. 31. to ' 



On week days from 
r. M. , , , 

On Sundays, from 12 o'clock M, to 1 o clock 
P. M. 



gurbanfe'isi Mnmvu 



■■: o'clock 1862. 



1862. 



1862. 



WINTER AERANGEMEWT. 



:M ^ '' ^ 

j CROCKERY 



N ♦ 8 
HOUSE. 



OF Is'KVV VOliK. 



»n,w. r toonl. rs l-ll at tho American. Inlorna- 
ikmal ui'l M.Tcriant^, or at our ollico. 

l."rv to .^t. Authcnv-indudinKomuibn* t.ck.l. 



J.C. mu»ANK&co. 



o 



r.viiK FOK siiAKorr.r.. 



B.' 



d' 



., -I J r. m uuANK 4 CO 



r atj'l 



JO 11 >' ^ II o p. W A u T n 

Hoot aiiitl ^lioo 
M A IS" U FACT U It E R , 

ruiuD ^ri:Fi-T. lu.r. uor.KuraJACKSOX. 

3r. I'Ari . Miiiu''.<i)ta, 

Ko^l* eon«*ant!y on hand and m;iko* to •rd->r 

V.-',U'i :iro w-.rr.intod to do a» ffood ^.Tvic and 
ot .1- ^.')d Ht/ «.uia worVmui.-d.ras if «"*»•? »" 
ord'T. 

sTKKi. MiA\K-i 1-oK sr.wKD r.otvrs, 

Tho flr»t introin.o.l in tl.U rtty. win b" put in 
;\:.=Vord,-n-d. 1 ;u, n.r»k.s tho b-.ot .tr.nsorand 
moro duraWo. and i« U«liior and lit* noator. 

on till" »hort*Hi uotico, *nd 



CASH CArilAT, 
Nfcll SLUl-hL> 



.flOi^OST; 



DiviPKr^na ox iwrn ai. iiMiTr.n nv \t* char- 

TKlt lo SKVKN fl IHT.NT. ri:u ASMM — 

— TiiKKNrii:i n!iiiir-<i;«>TOMiK 
l"oil< V il<>i.i>c.i:H. 



JViT RKCEIVKD AKD 

SELLIIVGr VERY LOW, 

1,000 ix>uKUsa auissES xxd muikors. 



mo 

Kni'AlUlXti dont' 
In a good anii noat ^ty^ 



Tbis> Sooioty w.i« o-jmnizod in tli" voar 1s,VJ. j 
with a i\j,-ti viiiiliil of ^IikiaHa) dopo-.ilo>l irroviu-4- ' 
bly witfi t'l- lii<iir:in. • I>i'|i:irtin4-iit of tho .s:ato ' 
of Now York, iii L uii''d .-tiitos boiKl-*. o< whiili j 
it hII'iv\« but m-vou pTC-'nt. por niiniiin to tli- 
s»oo!c:i'>!dors, ntid ttio ontiru proMt* of tl;«> llu^*^- 
n,.i-i i< -!'.:ir.-d by tht iiolioy lioldi-rs. Tho ir-r 
proMt" ill two M<ar>< : mount 1 to $ r.".',!"!"!, which 
sho'vt an unparalloKi S ■nuvi'-i> in lh'.> lii^ttory ol 
I.ifo Iti.-iiranco. It^ .p.-ritions aro maM:i?"d"by a 
lto:ird of Iiir.crorH ( ompo-i'd of tho :ho abli'!<l 
b'-win-'-'s nii'u of tho ( oaiitry, and iti bii->in.>'''i i* i 
condiu'todoiitirolyoi tho caslt jiJan. l>ividond» ( 
to tlio pdioy holdor- a ill bo i!uidoo\ itv livoyoirs, ; 
and no Conipauy in t lo country uib-ri o<{ual ad- | 
vautaxo* to !»■« doalo; *. ; 

WM.f. Ar.F.XANOF.R, l•^o.^id.•nt. 
II! Ni:T n. Hvi'i:. Vi *»■ Tn -idi-nt. 1 

CiK«>. \V. riiti.i.ii's, \itii!irv. 

II. s. |»i UA il*, Miiw.inlccc, Con. Act. 
W . «V. Kis<i, .>-t;:io .\?outtor Minnojota. 
I>K. \V>:. CAINK, St. I'au!. 

mar '.--d IT 



OIL— XHK VKKY liKST. 

1,500 UAI.LU:«S AT FROM TUIRTT TO FORTY 
CBXTS AOALLOa. 



D. W. Infiforaoll & Co., 






JOHN THOKWAUTH 



Rt. P-nt. O'r T. Kl. 



l^,---.nv 



y A I il li A X Iv " t> 

STAND.VUn 

S C A L. E S 

OP At.L Ki:«pa. 
;*j '\V.ir»l.<ni.'>o rru'';*,LeUor 
■ I'r.. ..„.,, >ti-., Ac. 
iAKlUANK-^. ■;Ur.t:Nl.r. \.F i. CO.. 
;r l.''--o ~tro.'t, Chi ■3;r«>. 
Forjaloia .>i. fj «!. by J. C. AH.C. Durban* 

!-«•» ^%'-''fnt t.i bnv an!v th» ^•'niil'W* 




c 



^ II I C A (i O 



LILL & 



••l4-4w[ir 

15 11 1: \V K U Y . 

dTveksy, 




HOW IX STUF.K, A FULL BTOCiC OF 

CHINA, CU0CK1:RY &GLASSWAHE 

AT WIIOI.KSALK AXB RKTAIL 

AT PRICES Mica RKDL'CS 



JV«T BKOKIVKD, A LABOR STOCK 0» 

Ta,l>lo Ac PocUot Cutlery. 

The morcluints who purchase In ht. Titul niU Und 
tUe^o goods vory desirablo, and at 

V K R V LOW R >V T K 9 . 



l>K\t> FKUTO lir.E AXI> MAltlNT IXSl'RANCK 

C\Sa CAPITAI A\i> AS*CT.-» or T!ll 

OF iiai:tfou). j-oNXCcrici t, 

$2.-1 WM.t.lM 1<>, 



X.ILL'fc» STOCK, 

A S 1 > 
I, A «; K 11 U E K R , 

roHTKr. Asn r.nnirx stoct. 

»old by hall" barrel and d.-IiT-rt-l froo of charge. 
AVM. CO.VSTAN.S. 

AOKXT. St. Paol. 



PH (E^' IX, 

OF IlARrFOllD, COXSECTICU'U 
DUVOTKH ro yiv.v. ix.s«ua>.^k K.\n.f .lively 

A> KTS or TUB 

\rna-:six ix^'fiAXcr co}fPANi\ 

OF UAKitOlU>. con.\ka:ti<-UT, 

#1 :2.-2>0 90. 



«ir2t-dTv 



CITV KIRi:, 

OF JlAHTFOjiD, COSSKCTICUJ, 

C\HU CvlMT^I. AXr> A!«.HST« kF TUR 

UITV KlUK 1\SUHAN''K COMl'AN'Y 

OF HARTKiO.cli, roNNIXfUJUT, 
« |.|.>.000. 



JC8T KECKIVKD, 

A FINE ASSORTMENT OF 
Silver Plutecl 

AX D 

BRITAMNIA warp:, 

nOL'SEKEEMXQ GOODS, LAMPS, fcc, *c. 

WIIOLKF.SAL AXD BF.TAII.. 



R. MARVIN. TuuiD Stkekt. 



j^n 



Tp«LORENCE SEWING 
MACIII>rE AaE>fCY, 

Osia door East of Davonport's Bookstore, on 

Third Stroot. „„.»-,- ■.. . /.irrv-f ^ 

The "Ki-OKEN'CK- SEWINCi MACIIINKs 
mako K«»tu I'li KKKK.tT *titchoi on onoand tiu- 
•ainomvchin-. T^u. trio i.o. k, n )Iki.k-|.<m R, 
KH>>r \Ni. !■. >■■(•.:. ;;-!<M.ir. al! of which in.iko tIio 
seam aiiko on bo:*\ liios of tlio fabric. Eithor or 
all can L« prodac-d whii«) t^«« Machine is in ino 
tion. 

Thoy Ivwo tbo RKvrRr*im.E fekd motiox, 
which oiiabU « tho oponitor to have tho work car- 
ry oiihor wav, or to chan?- the din-ction, and 
f4-<ioB th.' ond of -nam^, woich, to3oth>'r with 
makiuiJ a long and a nhurt stitch, i* done simplj 
by tarninx a thumb 'crow. 

Thoir ir.oiior'-' ar»' all po*iriT'». rh<»rfl arp no 
»prin?-i to p-t •)iir of ord.-r. fhor arf xo *impl>- 
that th«' rn>'-t inoxporioncol can work thorn p«T- 
tect!>- and MTith oikjto. fhoy aro 5Mi.-*F.t.K:i.^, anu 
can bo u.vd whoro ouioi \* nociv^.^ary. 

Thov aro tho EASTEST .SEU'KRS in tho 
WokLI). makin;t tiv« stitcho* to o.v.h rovolution. 
Th«?y oil no dr.-.-M':<. Thoir stitch it tho wondor 
of all. b'-citi-o of itit combin'-d klastkity 
fcT!:KN<;iit and tiKAirr. 

I'ric-- No. 1, #ir.'*t. No. •.', l.-.r.tvi, No. \ f«r.oo. 
No. 4. $.--'.W. No. .->, #rr,oO, No. 6. .♦s-'.i">. No. 7 
Cabiuot oponor. $iK».iHi, No. 7 Cabinot casot, 
«'j:..0o, M.ih.>sr.in-/ i'.K.'.oJ, Kn-iowood lltki.o'). 
Hi-muii'r« and all uoceajtary tools includod iu the 
abovo prico^. , . ,, 

«>u hand diffloront kind* of lowor pricod Ma- 
ehiu.-<. Call and iow the" Floronco >Iachin"«." 

jvl.--dtf a. VV. KAM OCK. 

^T 1 S S E LIZA W A S S , 

TUIRO STKKET, SEXT DOOR TO GRF.K5LEA»'1 

li now roceivins 

Direct from jNTew York, 

A LAKGE A~-i'::r3IENT of thevorr 

RICHEST AND LATEST STYLES 
MILLINERY G^OODS, 

To which she laritoj the attontinn of 

The Lrwdie.'* of St. Fivul and othe'r 
'i'owii"^ ill the ytate. 

St. Paul, sopt.^rth, i.v;-\ «2:-iy 



NOIlTHW!*:STEIlN AGENCY 

3i:iitnsil Ijifb Iiiwikrikiieo 
Company, 

OF WIS V O A' SIN, 

i:STAllLI.>^UKl> rv .-^AINT I'AUL, 1S03. AT 
TUi; OFFICE OF 

O . CURTIS 

GENERAL IVSrUANCK AGK>-T. 
al-ly Corner >f Third and Minno-iofa-if*. 



/^IL! OIL! OIL! 

ftOO barrols N'o. 1. standard boHt quality 

CJjxi'boii Oil, 

Just rec'nvod. and for sal« to d-alor*. 

I), r. WAT.'^OX. 
•.Vfjaul Drick Block, Kobort-st.. ^^t. Paul. 



D E (i R A W 



J. 

UTJILDKR, 

Shop west siilo of Jackson, botwoon Fifth and 
Sixth <froot-», whoro e\orythin)» roqiiin-d in thi- 
buildin;; lino will bo promptly Hlteiulod to. 

CS" .lobbing douo at !>hurt ustico uud on reason - 
ablo torins. novl-f-ly 




p W . N I C II O L S , 

General lasuranco Agent. 

hlliE INSl'RANCE, 

MARINE INSURANCE, 
LIFE INSURANCE. 

PCiLICIKS 

Issuod on farorab o term*, in the most reliable 
Companio*. 

OFFICE AT GEO. EITTLE'.S BOOKSrOUF, 
janL^dlv Third itroot. Sf. Paul. M iii. 

f 



A 



r i' L E S ! A P P L E S 



W-^- IDLING WORTH, 
"Wateh. Ma-niiiacturor. 

- A 5 D — 

TOMTN" CLOCK BUIIiDER 

SIGN OF TUE TOWN CLOCK. 

JACKSON-ST.. - . - ST. PAUL 

Havinzhad orerTltlP.TY YEARS KXPERI- 
ENCFinthc host Watch Facioriosia England 
»nd Ainorica, h*" foels hinnolf comprttont to do 
ftaythiug in his line 

A. LITTLK STJPTCTtlOR 

to any other nstabil-ihmont in the Northwest. 

g^S.Xi. Por-ions within? to perfect them- 

•elvL't in the lm-<inos«, will b- rocoivod under in- 
.tructi'.non VKllV MODEU.XTE TEIOIS. 

a^ Fine work dono and Clock and Watch 
Whnela out f jr the trado at low ratos. mrtfy 



75 barrels choice, just received and for salo low 
by S. K. PUTNAM, 

» 1 5 Ton er Til i rd a nd Ma rket street*. 

_ ^ —^—^^ J j^ ^ L "ccrr T A G E 
FOR <>rso. 

A ^harrnlnsr re.^i donee in WilliV Addition, bnill 
by tho owner for I i.i own u^o, with every comlorl 
and convonieiico- well of pare water, stable and 
out-buildinR.t, ant a yard with shrubbery and 
gravel walks. 

Tho hou-io i^nrtamore shell or balloon, but 
buiit to ro.^ist tin- cold of our winter* and the 
hoat of our .suminTii, and is located in an airy 
and cheerful noigiiborhood. 

bt. Paul, June ::•<, IxtVi. 

UENUY MrKEXTY, 

•» d*v«m f>n«ior in Kenl F.«ta»». 

MANUFAGTUEING COMPANY. 



pALMER'S PURE 

V I 2^ E a A. K . 

This Is the kind of Vinegar that should be uiel 
by all housekoopers for 

I> I C K L K S 

A^'D TUK 

T A. B L K . 

It Is warranted puro and wholesome, and to 
give perf.ict satisfaction wherever used. Try it, 

AND YOU WILL UAVE NO OTJIEK. 

Kor sale at our works on Sibley street, and by 
all grocers who have an eye to keeping 

CHOICE GOODS FOR SALE. 

C. C. LEWIS Jk CO. 

irE M O y A L. 



HAVK Jf8T EKCKIVED A ia.RUB STOCK OB" 

SPRINO DRY O^OODS, 

0OSttI3TU(O OF 

FANCY DRESS GOODS, 

Of erery variety of qu&Uty, will b« sold at prices 

TO SUIT THH TIMKS. 
Mottled Morello Cloths, from 10 to 25c per }-»rd : 

PLAII) POIL PR CIIKVBK3, 
KMBROIDKRKO FOIL l)H CHEVr.F^S, 

BTKRT TARIKTY OF CIIALLKYS 

KMBItotPKItKn ANnUKHV CP.I3.VILLKS 

BLI;K, GRl'-KX AND RI2CK BKRR.VfiB LKXIKINA. 

E3lOLIf>JI, FKKSCH AXI> AMF.RICA.X MOU8LIXK UK 

LAIXKS; PRIXTKH L.VWJIS l!f 

ORR.VT VAItlKTT. 

A SPLRNniP STOCK OK ClNGUAMa 

ALIO 

RLACK AND RICH YA^^CY SILKS. 

MF.X ASI) BOT.S' Sl'MMEK WEAR; 

EROAIH I.OTHS, BLACK & FASCY CASSIKRBKS, 
•ATTLNr.TS, AJCI) St'MMKU CIXJTHS. 
ALSO 

A VERY LARGE STOCK OIT 
HOSIKRY, GLOA KS. 

A X U 

PAU.\.HOlJ, SUN UMBUK1XA3, BTC, 

ALSO 

A LARGE .STOCK OK 

DOMi:STIC AND FOREIGN GOODS, 

BT THK riKCB OB PACKA<iK FOR TUB 

COUNTRY XIlA.r>E. 

COUNTRY MKRCIIANT.1 
Can purchase th«lr Goods of us, and 

SAVE TIME AND MONEY. 

We invito the attention of tho ladles to our now 

styles of Cloaks and Mantillas. 
OUR KNTIKK STOCK 

WILL BB 

SOLD FOR CASH, 

AT PRICF..S TO DEFT COilPETITIOX. 
The public are Invited to visit 

OUR NE"W STORIC. 

D. W. INGERSOLL & CO. 

tpr30-dly St. Paul, Minnesota. 



o n D E R 

SHEET IltOIV, 

NORWAY NAIL BODS, 
BURDEN'S HORSE SHOES, 

]N'ails and Spikes, 

SLEIGH SHOES, 

CUTTER SHOES 

Sleigfli and. Cuttei 
R, TJ IV IV E R. H , 

13ent Cutter Stuff, 

OF 

HiVLL, KIMBARK & CO., 

C H I C A O O . 



WINTER AIMIANOEMENT. 

ARRIVAL AND UKPAKTlltF. OF MAILS. 

For I.4iCro8.«e— Ea.stcru Jlail—Le.tvcs daily, ex- 
>>jit Friilav, at .0 A. M. 

Arrive* daily, excej.t Tuesdaj-, flt 8 f. M. 

For Minneapolis— leaves daily, except Sunday, 
at 8 A. "M. 

Arrives dailv— except .'^nnday, at 4 r. .M. 

For Stillwater— lea\es dailv, except Sunday, at 

r A. M. 

Arrives d:iilv. eKrejjt Siinoay, at 6 V. M. 

For Hudson— leaves daily, except Sunday, at 

A. M. 

Arrives <laily. except Sunday, !if 7 P. M. 

For Maukato — loaves daily, except Sunday, at 
10 A. V. 

Arrives daily, except Sunday, at about 1'-! M. 

For Northdolil— leaves daily, excopi aunday, 
at 4 A.M. 

Arrives daily, except Siimlay, at about . p.m. 

For Sunri.-io City— leaves Jlouday, Wednesday, 
and Friday, at .v. v. 

Arrives Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 
about 7 P. M. 

For Cannon Falls— loav.-s Tnesday, at 7 A. M. 

Arrivi's Wednesday, :il 7 P. M. 

For lie i Wing— leaves Wodntfsi'iay, at S .\. M. 

Arrives Tui'!<'lay, at '"" P. Jl. 

For Carver — lenves lilur^•^i?y, at 7 A. M. 

Anivi-; Wednosday, at 7 P. v. 

For t;ott;'.j;o Grove — lo:ives Saturday, at 1 P. M. 

Aniv •-. Sauird.iv. at IJ M. 

Mail.') leaving b^'foru 7 o'clock A. M. close at 

7 r. .^^ 

All others clo.^e l'r.!f an hour before the time of 
detartinfr, e.\ci-i)t Eastern >klii<'li olosi'.- at '.* P. M. 

The ii.istagi' upon al: transii'ut printed matter, 
foreign and domestic, and ution all letters, tor- 
eisn and doinesiic, i.- iio»v rfjuiied lo bo fully 
pre;)aid by liiited Stat^-s posti'.j^o ^'tamps, exei-pt 
111 ciise>i whoro prei)ayineut on letters, &c., to for- 
eign countries is optional and the seudi-rs do not 
wish to prepay. 

I'ersona mailing letters, newspapers^, &c.. 
wlii-ther donii'siie or t.) foreign countries, i-lionld 
therel'orea.sceitain at tiie oillee of mailing, I ho 
exact po.stage in each c:tre ami ajrix United Statos 
postage stamps of sujlicieut V alac to prepay liiu 
lull postags thereon. 

UU.VS. NKilOLS, Postmaster. 

St. Paul, Nov. uiber !.'>, l.-'i:. 



MINNESOTA STAGE CO., 

CAKRT150 THE 

NORTHWEST'N EXPRESS 

AND THE 

Uuitcd States Mlail. 



Tho roads are well stocked with first class 
horses. Concord Coaches, with careful and expn- 
rienced drivers, a!l under tho control of comp**- 
lout agents. 



a^ri y 

pIONEER 



FOUNDRY AND 

AGRICULTURAL WORKS, 



G. 



^xottm^. 

"s^~ii ITaTb ITl" 



Corner of FiHh and Pike streets. 
Tliis establishment is now in full openitlon, an 
is prepitred to furnish all kinds of 

IRON AND URASS 

CASTINGS, FORGING, &c., 

at the lowest Eastern rates, viz. Heavy Mill CR'<t 
ings, Columnii, Sash weights, Gr.ate Uars, Sleigh 
shoes, Kc, three cents per pound. Rrass ca.st- 
ings, Babbit metal, 25 to 30 cents per pound. 
Laiiie work ^.iM per day. Particular attention 
given to Steam Engine and Boiler work, i'lirosli- 
ing Machine repairing jiromptly attended to. 

Steam Engines and Boilers, Threshing machines, 
new and second lianded, for sale or exchange 
very low. OILMAN & BUSIINELL. 
8t. Pall. July 5th, \mi. dly _ 

IRON. 

J. B. B£tA.T>ETS, 

DKALF-R IX 

mOI^, :NAiLS, STEEL, 

SPRINGS, AXLES, CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS, 

Luatber Belting, Coil Chain, Horse Nails and 

Shoes, Thimble Skeins and Boxes, 

Window Sash and Glass, Axes, Kettles, Shelf and 

Heavy Hard-wave, 

PITTSBURG- COAL 

A LARGE STOCK OF PLOWS, 

Warehouse on Tliird street, between Mlnnesot. 
and Cedar-sts., St. Paul. o'-'-tf 

IXON'S STOVE POLISH AND 



D 



AT WHOLESALE. 

A large assortment of New Style 

Hoods.. Nvibias, 

SoutasTM an<l Comfortersi, 

ALSO 

MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, 

^VOOL SOCKS. 
Buck Oloves & Mittens. 

Having a surplus of these goods we 
WILL CLOSK THEM OUT AT BARGAINS. 

Iloisrau & Camp. 



BLACK LEAD CRUCIBI FS, 
For sale at WEST'S Paper. Tin and lUg Ware 
House, where you can buy Stove Pipe live cents 
less than at other stores. Also, all kinds of S"c- 
ond hand Mercliandize, old Iron, Kaga, Lead, 
Copper, Tin, &c. Stoves wanted. Cash Paid on 
dehverv. Two and one-half cents paid In goods 
for good Cotton Rags, at 

WEST'S, on Robert-st., 

o20-tf Large Stone Building, next to P.d-st. 

Rags wanted— for which Ic per pound will b- 
paid. Mink Traps for sale. 

TT o'u s e'TTIr rTe^n^t 

A small house with five rooms, and a good eel- 
ar, for rent on easy terms to a good tenant. 
LOCATION CENTRAL. 
TnqnicA at this office^ '^-H" 



IN MOFFATT'S CASTLE, CORNER OF 4TI! 
AND JACKSON STREETS. 

DEAL1£R IS 

CrROCEIilES, GizA.iyr, 

i^NT) PliOVISIOTS, 

Keeps constantly on hand a full 80F?l7 cf Core, 
Corn Meal, Oats'and Brjn. 

Nice Le.-.f 1-ard and Sugar Cined Hams. 

Any ipiantity of butter and eggs. 

He has made arran^'-meuis to receive two or 
three limes a week from the country tae cUoiccbt 
roll bnttor. 

Also agency for C. II.H. Baker's extra flour, 
which is pronounced the best in tlie city. 

Goods delivered in all parts of the city free of 
charge^ |el :6ni 

P W . EDDY, 

Grcaeral Gi'ocer 

AND DKALrP. IN 

TH£ BESTFAMILY PROVISIONS, 

FORT STREET, ST. PAUL, 

Keeps consiantly ou hand tho best of Sugarji and 
t:offee. 

The choicest Green and Black Teas. 

Stewart's and Belcher's Syrups. 

"I'lie best family brands Flour. 

Dried fruits. Pure Wines, and Liquors for jup- 
dlcinal purposes. 

The oest Dairy Butter. 

Durkeo's Spices. 

The celebrated Dandelion Coffee. 

Lamb's Hams and Ames' Dried Beef. 

Wooden and 1-^rtJien Ware, &c.. 

Which will be sold as low as the lowest and do? 
livered promptly, 

IREE OF CHARGE. 
Je27 dly 

T3EYN0LDS & ^IcCARGAR, 

Wholesale Grocers 

AND 

Cominisf!iio3i ^l^ci'cltautM, 

UPPER LEVEE. 



SCHEDULE OP rEPAKTt;'Ui;3 FROM .SAINT PAITL . 

For Ila-itings, Red Wing, Lake City, Reed's 
Landing, Wabashaw, Minneiska, Witiouaand La 
Crosse — connectiiig with the LaCrosse and Mil- 
waukue Railroad — every morning at 5 \. M. 

For Stiilwater— Daily, at 8 A. 5S. 

For l^hakopee, Jordon, St. iJlwrence, Bi-I!m 
Plain, H"nilerson, Lo Sueur, Ottawa, Traverse (its 
Sioux, St. Peter and Mankato — i>aily at :;. P.M. 

For Rosemouiit, Castle Rock, Northfiold, Can- 
non City, Faribault, Medford, Clinton Falls and 
Ovvatonna, connecting at Owatouna, for Wiltoz. 
St. ilary's, Winnebago Agency and Mankato: 
Al.-o lor Rice I..ake, Claroniont, Wa.s:oja, Man 
tor\-ille, Rochester, Chatlield, and Wioona— Daily 
at 1 A. M. 

For Industrlana, Anoka, Orono, Orlando. 
Monticello, Clearwater, St. Augusta and St. 
Cloud — Daily, at 6 A. Ji. 

For Sauk Rapids, Belle Prairie. Fort Ripley and 
Crow Wing— Tuesday's, Thursday's and Satur- 
day's at 5 o'clock .V. .M. 

For Richmond, Sauk Centre. Alexandria. 
Chii)pewa, Pomme do Terre, Breckinridge, Fort 
Abercrombie — Monday's and Wednesday's at i 
o'clock A. M. 

F«r Sunrise, with connections for Superior 
and Baylield — Slonday's Wednesday's and Frl- • 
day's, at 7 o'clock A. M. 

For further particulars inquire at tho Generav 
Office on Third Street. 

J. C. BURBANK k CO., 
novCl-dly Proprietors. 

1862^ 1862. 1862. 

Intpoftaut to SIkippcirs. 



J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & CO. 

Having been constituted solo agents at St. Pan 
for tho 

LACROSSE k MILWAUKEE RAILROAD' 

AND ALSO FOR THB 

LACROSSE & ST. PAUL STEAAIERS, 

Would respectfully call your attention to tho su 
perior advantages offered by them over aay other 

competing lice. 

Tlkirous^lk Coatiracts 

Will be given to all points East. 

ALL CLAIMS FOK 

OVERCHARGES OS DAMAGES, 

Will be settled upon presentation. 

WK HAVE ALSO THE AOFNCY OF 

DAVIDSONS LINE OF STEAMERS 

On the Minnesota and Upper Mississippi rlver^. 
The La Crosse and Milwaukee Line receive aa-i 

forward b11 freight free ok warkhoisk 

CHARGES AT ST. FALt.. 

MERCHANTS who design visiting the E«£t fof 
Goods will please give us a call and obtain full. 

PAF.TICCLARS. 

J. C. &'. H. C. BURBANK & CO 



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lOUX DEPREDATIONS. 



St. Paul. Feb. 26. 1862. 



feb26-d&wly 



I will attend promptly and faithfully to the pol- 
lection of claims arising out of the recent depre- 
dations of the Sioux liidia'is. 

(;i:o. A. NOURSE, 

»?(t.tt Attornevat l,:iw. St. I'nnl. 
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ALFRED D. DAVI'ON. ALONZO P. ri?fNK.LY 

AINT PAUL CLIPPER 



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n^O^W FACTORY. 




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STEtrTi EriirlMlSOll CCILEUii 



PATENT riRE EVAPORATORS, 
PATKNI SUGAR CANE MH.L.<», 

FATr." T STF.AM v OIL r.VAPORATOKS, 

PVTENT STAMP MiLI.d 

FOR 

PIKE'S PE.\K OR L.VKE SUPERIOR 

Send for Circii.ars, with cuts and descriptions 
prices, kc; also, 

SAW MILIS, FLOURIX(J MILLS 

AND MACIII 1F.UY OF ALL DE.SCKIPTIONS, 

Too lumerous to mention. 

CHICA'iO, - • lLi.iNi>is. 

P. W. GATKS, President. 

N. B. Agents wanted everywhere. 
mr7-d.tw1v 



HAYDEN, KAY & CO., 

Uavo removed to 

Nos. 4:5 and 47 Lake St., 

Where they are pre oared toshowcAHii nuTERSol 

SADDLERY HARDWARE 

'AND 

Carriage Triminiiigrs 

The largest and best a.'sorted stock to be found In 
tho NORTHWEST, embracing 

SPRINGS AND AXLE."*, UUBS. SPOKES. 
FELLOES, Ac, Ac, 

Cakriaok Bodies and Skats, Enameled 
Cloth, Patent Lkatuek, 

Also a large assortment, of 

Horse Collars and lilani rta. Whips aiKi 
Lashes, Skirting, Bridle, Collar and 

HABNBSS LEaTHEB, 

All of which will be offered at 
I»rioeH tli;*t •will not !>« IJiidwrsold 



CHEAP. 

CHEAP. 



CARPETS 

CARPETS CHEAP. 

CARBETS 

CARPETS 

I WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. 

JOSEPH BUGBEE, 

TIIIRD-ST., ABOVE TIIE BRIDGE, 

IC-Crn ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 



decl6-Cm _^ 

NION PARK HOUSE, 

LITTLE CANADA, MINN., 
G. W. FEW, - - PROPRIKTOB. 



T. PAUL CHAIR FACTORY 

H. GALLEY, 

Manufacturer of 

Cane and AVood Seat 
C H ^i^ I I^ »^ - 

TIIE TRADE SUPPLIED. 

WABASnAW STREET, BET. 5TH ft 6TU, ST. PAUL 
MINNESOTA. BOVS 



ATERCHANTS' DISPATCH 
Fsist Freijjht limine, 

OWNED AND MANAGED ET 

.A-T^IKRICAJfl" KXI?RKSS CO. 



MES' EXTRA SUGAR CURED 



For sale by 

Rlfl 



8. K. PUTNAM. 



Agents for 

MOWRT'S 

Dole's Hub Boxing Machine and Hollow Angen 
P 



Sprinos and Axi.ks, Crock bt's 
Vaumshes. 



HVTDKN, W 

New York. 

a^V<md 



V. Hat, 

Chicago. 



1'. WII..SON, 

Cincinnati, O. 



This House Is pleasantlv located In Little Cana 
da, on the bank of T-ake Elizabeth, five miles from 
Saint Paul. The House and fixtures ar« entirely 
new and has been fitted up more particularly as 
a homo for Invalids, and persons seeking recrea- 

The House Is provided with boats and all the 
necessarv fixtures for hunting andflshing— and is 
one mile' from Bass Lake, which Is considered the 
best Hshing ground in the State— where^boats are 
»l.o provided for the use of guests of tho House. 

Board by day or week at moderate rates. 

jol4.iiriTn 



L I F T O N HOUSE, 



XpURS. FURS. FURS. 
c. J. Kovrrz. 

MAKUFACTUBER OF FINE FURS, OF 

ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND EVKUT 8TTLE, 

THIRD ST., Concort Hall Block, Saint Paul 



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The undersigned having farmed a partnershi 
for the manufacture and sale of l'L< » WS, are now 
prepared to furuish farmers and dealers wit* 

TIIE BEST PLOWS 

Erer offer-'d In the State, and at prices to snit th 
times. We will always have on hand a largo stoc 
of Cast Steel and Common Steel Cross Plows 
Corn Plows, Breaking and Grub Plows, of al 
siies and of the best material. 

Having had the m-itorial selected for our espe 
eial trado, and the Plows being manufactured un- 
der the supervision of 

ALONZO LK^MrNGf-' 

(FORMERLT OF ST. .VNTMONY.) 

WE WARRANT THEM 

To be of light draught, clean in any soil, and give 
good satisfaction generally. 

FARTICILAR ATTENTION PAID TO RRPAIRINO. 

Farmers I save your old plows and we will work 
them over much to your advantage and satisfac- 
tion by leaving them at our Facforv, on Robert 
■treet. between 4lh and 5th, St. Paul, sign of the 
Row. PAVLiON * COKKKLLY. 



S2.50 



AN ACRE 



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i:»0 Acres ii RAMSEY COUNTY, within 10 
miloj of the City of St. Paul, the Capital of Min- 
nesota, in tract of .v. acros and 77 acres, will bo 
solil separatelv ortogether. Terms PO.'^l TIVELY 
CASH. 

HENRY M< KENTY, 
Di*nler in Koal Estate. 
St. Paul, Dec 20th. ISfi,'.— <l&wim» 

_ POLLOCK, 

DONALDSON AND 
O G D E N . 

DEALERS I!r 

China, C }-Iass «fc Crockerv 

PLATED WARE, 
CARBOM" OIL AND I^AJVIPS, 

TABLE rUTLERT. 

Hou«o jrurnitsHiniS' GrOO<lM 

• if every description. 
ROBEB r ST&JbKT. St. Paol, BUma. 




-r E O N A R D & S H E I R E, 
BUIIL.DKRS, 

Shop in old Baptist Church Building* on FIflh 
street, near Jackson. All kinds of Carpenti r 
Work done to order. 

MSHEIRE, ARCHITECT, 
• Otfire in the same building as Leonard h 
Shoire's Carpenter Shop, on Fifth street, near 
.lack'on. Designs, I'lans and Specifications for 
Buildings of every description, prepared on short 
notice. fehlS-ly 



A. 



F. KNIGHT. 
iVRCHITKCT, 



Will furnish designs. Plans, Details, Specincatloni 
and Estimates for bnililings of every kind, got up 
in the best style for the reduced price of one per 
cent on estimated cost, and w ill, if required, su- 
perintend the erection of the sams, both in the 
city and country, at emially low rates. Office in 
French's Block, Third street, St. Paul, Minne- 



c 

MANKATO, - • ^ • MINNESOTA. 

This House Is situated near the steamboat 
landing, and Is among the largest in tho Mlnno- 
•ota Valley. 1» 

NEW AND NEWLY FURNISHED, 

And the proprlet tr, from long experience In the 
business, flatters himself that he wUlbe able to 
satisfy the traveli ig public. 

4V- CHARGES MODERATE. .Mr 

M.T. C. FIX)WER, Proprietor. 
Mankato, Minn., April 29th. 1862. 

-vr o T1 c E . 

Came to mr plax-e on the 25th day of Norember, 
a stray Cnlf, red color, with white star In fore- 
head. Tht owner can hcve her by proving prop- 
ertv. paying charges and taking her away. 
eri>,i»7.iR «. THOMAS THOMAS, 

Upper Town, WInslow's Addition. 
St. Paul, Dec. IH. H»6-'— decl4t3* 



A G N E T I C 
Taclc Hammer*. 

If von don't want to mash your fingers, buy one 
for Scents, at E. & H. V. BELL'S. 

CotTee Is high. Buv a patent Coffee Strainer; 
it clears tho coffee, and aaves one third. Only 
"5 cents. E. &. H. Y. BELL. 

Patent Lifters. Will lift everything hot off the 
stove, without burning your ting^frs. Onlv -S 
e^nU. K. &. H. 1 . BELL. 

Agents wanted to canvass the State f,)r the 
above articles. A smart man can make big wag>-s. 
For particulars, address, enclosing stainpf. 

Sole Agents for Minnesota. 
St. Paul. July 11th. 1862. ]>"-■'«<"• 

HOR-VCE R. BIOELOW. OLIVER DAI RYMPLE. 

BIGELOW & DALRYilPLE, 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 
St. Paul, aiiiinesota. 

■Win attend particularly to coUectlona through- 
out the Stote ; and, until their payment by the 
Government, will give eapecial attention to the 
prosecution and settlement of claims of INDEM- 
NITY FO R SIOUX DEPREDATIONS. g26-:^m 
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f^ I R B Y ' S 

Reaper and 'M-o^fvcv. 

IJ. A. I'lTX &CO'S 

TIIRESIIIXG JIACHINES. 

We are now soliciting orders for theabove cclo 
brated machines. 

Persons in want are invited toexamine themat 
our store on Third street, :^.^ we f<'el conlideut 
our terms und prices, &■<■ v..ll as the machiues 
tliemsolves, w:!l be fouinl .--atisfactorv. 

A general as.jortinent of Agricultural Imple- 
ments ou hand. 

j,.27- NICOLS & DEAN . 

tSuNDAS MILLS' 
CELEBRATED XX F^UIILY FLOUR, 

For sale in bbls. or sacks by 

E. k II. Y. Bell, near the Win»low l.ons-i ; S 
K. Putnam, corner:jdandMark'>t Sts.; Beaumont 
and Gordon, corner "C aisd .Jack."on Sts.; J. 15. 
Slicbter, corner of rth and Jack.-^ou bts. 
Warranted tho best 

XX FAMILY- FLOUK 
offered in this market, tjnb'rs from ll'tel s 
Bak*'rsand other* {.hall have prompt atteuliou 
and immediate delivery. _ 

mar i5 .T. S. ARCHIBAT.D . 

TT O RN , L U K D & (i A L U S II A , 

ATTORNEYS i COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 

(Successors to Horn & Galusha and SanVorn & 
Lund; 
Saint Pai:i., SIinnesota, 
Practice in all the Court.s of the Stato, and In the 
Courts of the United States, at Law, iu Chancery 
and in AdmirsUy. 
Collections carefully and promptly attended to 
nih2«: ly 

Tj T^Q ACRES OF 
Ximberecl LaiKl 



AU overcharges settled by J. C. & H. C. i$ur« 

bank & Co., Agents, 

New York office, Wi Murray street. 

Boston office, 69 Washington street. 

mart5-dly __^__ 

-T^wVkEGS SUGAR HOUSE, GOl.- 
Wjyj den and Ainbre, a clioice article, at 
J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & Co.'S 

LAIUiE STOCK OF FINE L!^ 

quors and Cigars, which we offer at prices 
that will insure quick scales, at 

J. C. ft H. C. BURBANK fc Co .'s 

ASSORTED Wllisl 

ev, for sale at 

J. (.". & 11. C. BURBANK k Co.'s 

Q/^/^ WHOLE, HALF AND QUAll- 

O V^ V/ t T boxes Rai.>ins, crop of lM;i, at 
.1. C. & H. C. B URBANK & Co.'S 

C%f\ BBLS. STUART'S BEST HON- 

^t\J ey ."^vri-'p, a clioiee article, for table u.^e ut 
.1. C. & H. C. ni'UBANK &. Co .'i. 

P A C K A (; E S ASSORT] : f* 

^Kf Fruitf, consisting of IMums, Prune , 
Currants and Citron, all ni:w crop, for sa!» it 
prices to suit the times. 

J. C. & H. C. BURBA7:K & Co.'S 



300 .!""-*'■ 



150 



BOXES W. R. 



CHEESE 



prime article, at low figures, at 
J. C. & H. C. BURBANK &. Co.'- 



50 



GRANT'S PATENT FANNIN *r 

Mills for sale at manufacturer's pries, t 
J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & Co.'s 



Will be sold at such jirlce that the timber at llfty 
cents per cord wood-leave, will pay tor the prop- 
ertv. 

The soil is of excellent quality, with wator an 
meadow, and is situated within one and a hull 
hours' drlvo of Saint Paul, and within live 
miles of tho Saint Paul and Paciiic Railros-d 
at twodiiTerent di;>->ts. rh^^ roaci is now being 
constructo-l and will'e linislo'd to AnoliA the 
coming ft 1. II EN UY M/K ENT\ . 

Dealer in Real h-tatp. 

.«tt. Puill. .Tnr«« •» 'XW. l''?~-d<trv"<Tn 



YOU WILL FIND ONE OF TH '. 
largest and best selected stocks of Gro<-«-:-- 
ies in tho West, at the warehouse of 
dec lit J. C. tt H. C. BURBAN^ fc Co. 

Printers' inks." 



All sorts, kinds, and colors, from the cclebrat 1 
manufactory wf J. E. Wade, New York, for r. t 
at manufacturer's prices, by 

decl-' J.C. &n.C. BURBANK A C<« 



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Nl)EUTAKi:ii'S C.UiD. 



420 

brauds, ii.t 



BOXES ASSORTED 'J = '- 
baccso, comprising all tho favoi a 

J. C. fc H. C. BURBANK tc Co.' 



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B Y E R S 



IIANL'FACTCRRR AND DEALER IN 

COPPER, SnEET IRON AND TIN WARE 

OPPOSITE THE niO CLOCK, 

JACKSON STREET, ST. PAUL, UlnBMOtk. 



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The undersigned would respectrnll? f.nnoance 
that after the solicitation of many friends, he his ] 
concluded to engage in the above bn.'iness, and 
would therefore sav to tlie citizens o( .Minneai>o- 
lis and vicinitv. that h > v ill lie prepared in futur.^ 
to furnish Coffins of Walnut, Meialic, Cloth cov- 
ered and Comnio::, and all tliii'gs required in an 
Undertaker's line. Having had several ye.ais' ex- 
p.'rienee in t'.ie above busiiioss in Eastern cities, 
he feels conp 'tent in oiieriiig his services to take 
the entire fh.irge of Fun'jrals, and would ^olicit 
a share ot th<' patronage. 

' G. F. WAItNER. 

Mi nneapolis Nov. ft h. !?'!l!l_ 

F EATHER AND FINDINGS, 

SADDLERY, HARDWARE AND TOOLS. 
LKiVrKJCIi BJSLTI^fG-. 



^f\ DOZEN DUBOIS BEST CA^ C 

tjyj steel Axes. ANo 3fi doien Red Ri r 
Axea : also 2a Boxes assorted Blued Tacks, h it 
quality, at 

J. C. fc H. C. BURBANK & Co .' 

ECEIVED ON CONSIGNS EN 1", 
4,0110 IVlni>s Dried Peaches, and 7.' to 
PoLNK ■ DuiKD Apples, to be sold low for co- 'u 
m-,3 !tf J . C. BU RB AN K & C< ' 



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t^rv BARRELS 

— OF — 
ALSO A QUANTITY OT 

CHICAGO CREAM ALE, 



ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
St. Paul, :iVIinnesota, 

qffleeon Third-tt., Roger's niock, near the Bridg 
ALSO Branch Agent of 

"THE NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY." 

Of Washington, D. C, conducted by Harvey 

Collins & Brace. K.r„„ r^n 

Claims presented and prosecuted before Con- 

I cress, Court of Claims and the Departments at 

Washington City. Special i"*'""*'" P«''\J" '^i"" 

ring Soldier's Pensions. Bounties, Back Pay. Ac 

«- Advice given soldiers and their friends by 

I letter or at the offloe, without ch"^ twfcwly 




KESSLEK, & RIKHX., 

TASNKnS AND CURRIERS, 

Keep constantly on hand the largest and most 
complete stock of 

LEATHER and FINDINGS, SADDLERY 
HARDWAEE and TOOLS, 
leatbeb belting, enameled 

CLOTHS and leather, fcC, tc, &C. 

All of which they are now offering at prices to 
suit the times. 

PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ORDERS. 

49-Cash paid for Hides and Fim..^t 

JanlMlj ,_ 

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HAVE JUST RECEIVE!' V 

largo supply of Western Reski ifi 
Cur.ESE "t-hlch we offer low for cash. 

je» J. C. fc H. C. BUKBANK t C ^ 

rpo MY FRIENDS & PATKO^^.. 

Having engaged my services to the Me?sr> f. 
C. & H. C. Burbank & Co., corner Levee and .v > 
ley streets, I may be found in the Wholesale C ». 
eery Department, where it will afford me pleasii • 
to see my old customers once more. 

We shall have a lar^e and well se!ect»»d si< 
of goods, usuallv kept in our line, on hand, wh 
1 res?x'ctrully ask you to examine before pure! 
Ing elsewhere. I nope to merit for the hour 
portion at least of that patronage you have h- 
tivfore so liberally bestowed uih>ii n>« 
"„,ar8 A.L. LAKPENTETI; 

TT^ I L L I A M D. S T O R K ir 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LA V 

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 

REFFERENCES : 

Hon. George Opdyke, ..New York < .« 

John G. Treadwell Albany, New y ■« 

Hon. Amos Dean, L. L. D.,....Albany. New "i < 'K 

lion. R. A, Law, Chicago, !• 

Geo. S. Blanchard, Cincinnati, O \m 

Chase. McKinney and Moors Boat oft 

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iAlNT PAUL PRESS, ^^ATTTP>PAY. JA^•UARY lu, IBOU. 



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lJ:h. At 

jKuposi." of I'.oniiiiatinji a 

United Sutt-s >.iu\tur. 

IJ, J. li.Vl.OWIN 

M. U llLi:i l-.i: SAUuKAN I". 

J. v. iiiAriu:!:. 
on \v.i.K< rvYiAiU. 

HWIiiill \V<H)IUU KY, 



_Thc ^^ •• I''"'"«^"»"c ri.'!«lc1.>nt, iv.T nmlntainoa by 
tlio Uoinooi at i« party, an.! first r.puaiat.'<l ami 
K.:i'^-tal:<ca ol i:i-ht!i . I Jamiary in-mo- .,,j„,ting,j. .i-rtoil by for.igu pow.-rs durli.a iWo 
.lalif l'i'>tiv;il ami S »i>i>it orcuii-»'il at pji-s.-nt K.-imUacan Ailni'iiistrutlon. 
In.M;>v>Us llall on 'n.urs.lav. This tiiu> Uiv^immU'd to by Judge Lowell of Hiec 
Iriii %M^ verv lasittitlv derorated willi ,.ounlv, who stu.k to his text most re- 
,b. , and nuntoes. dov i'. whieh (the hall, ^.arkably. He was more dull if possible 
...a the il:i-s and u.-ltoes) three long | than the jireeedint,' speaker, but was 
tal.:.>Nv.iv'^^,-t the tuil leniith. and one voeilerously applauded by the mi.ehiel 
I, -.ws la. .n.i Th.-v wrre loaded down living iu one eorner of the room, at all 
v.i'.h the most sub.ta! lial and palatable ti,,. ,iu;.id points. They tried to el.eer 
, ,l.'.l, -. relKclinn th. hit;hest eredit on 1 j,;,,, ,iown. buthe was too mueh f.>r them. 
t'a.ini-«iue abilitlK of ihe host— Joe Ilail. ; n^. .lemonstrated a eapaeity for borin;,' 
At .I'.iearlvhoar tin room was eruwded j^^ jrriater than the machine by which 
!.v tlie lur.i^rv Uemo. racj from all por- ■ jjj,. Hyosio mountain was pelbrated 
fi'ons ol the State, vXii,vr to eommeme 



polished a.ul the most hypoentu-alnaf. on. J I^T^^O^^^^^^ twl .',>on whi.u ,h.Un,u,-ni iM 

of Kurope. For sueh arts the records o ,^^,., ,,,• .u.^v.^.r iNVJai.a prcv .msy.^irs r.-..iuii.- ^ 

the doinl's ol sonte of the inh..bitants ol ';^:y^?f^<'"^^;:<^^^,:%.:^^ '^;;:,::;' '.u":',. ''• - '^ ^ '^ ^ ^' h ( L 1 \ h D 

vour .it; towardthelnends ol the Ln.on. : l^;;;-;',:-;;;;':!.:;;,^;; ...u:"a""!u r.hu l.u ... ; 




1>;:yI;ooi.^ vr Ai Mi-N.-lUm.-ailK r 
that Me-.-. r.i:r,l.-M ^ M^^'vh luvc 
tlK-ir l>rv (;.H>.1< >.iU' this mornlnj; at l'' 
uVloek." S.vi;,..ii-iaverti>eiient. 

Di :. S::rn.!:i:.s.--Wc nuti.v tiiat thosi- 
re:>.l ul.l setthrs. J. V. Ur-.wa. oi K-n- 
xiiU- county, and S. lUhlula Dlmslcd. ct 
t low \Vin.:co'.i!ity. are in ti.wn. 

have ii-st leen made ut the amoiinl o: 
claims audited 1 y th.- late l'.> aid «d Au- 
ditors l.u- the adjustment ef war claims. 
ir a.., ..Lints to the l.irp' sum ol ^i'-.'».- 
:.,.". ar.d there are manydainw not y<.t 



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The rnittd States Kevcnue lax f-'v 
this Cour.tv is now due. and payable at 
tlie otil -e .''i-tl:e deputy folle. tor. iu t!:e 
Mcivh.ir.ts llot.l Ulo. k in this City. Al- 
t,T the i:4hinst..t.u per eonr. will be ad- 
ded to ihat portion of -^aid I'-.x that s.iad 



rcuiaiu unpaid, .is re 



i'r'.d ! V law. U. 



K.VMSKY C.TMV Ar,K'.LLI.ll"Vt. >•'- 
ariY.— At the annual m-eliu;: »f t!.- 

ll.uuscv (. ..unty .\-nrulL ■••.a S.'ci. ty hold 

i.n :lie lli-t M^nd-iy of Janiary. the lol- 
I'.win- olfuers were ■ I • :' d t r the . r.- 
> lini: ve:>.r : 



\\w p!v>l^s of gun laudiiiini:. About 
hah-j.ast li-ht o'doc!.. the President of 
the evcuin-. Ju.l-e 1 landrau. called thr 
a>sembly to order, nuikin;.; a set speech 
I'cr iliv <'>-.-.i-:on. 

UN epcni;i- n-marks were a rather 
I i.ia'.e attempt at a;i e\en-<e for interferinj,' 
1 or nud.irm- with the political .p.estions 
.u the a.»y. lie then branched otl into a 
,! ai .:ls>cit.uion on v hat he was pleased 
It., t.nu t!ie mission of the Democratic 
,arlv. to tiie evidci t impatience ol his 
hui.-rv auditory . A tli.- conclusion of 
hi. rJiaail.s. he -la ued brietly at the 
air.iirs ^^\ the present da.v . IK' saw -real 
en.-ie.u-agcment in th, triumph of the De- 
mocracy ol Ncv. Yor .. It oidy remained 
f.r liie ^Vc^t to fdlow the e.\an»ple. 
ri.en we would hav, pe.ue— "the I'on- 
*tif.!tio!i as it is. and the I'nlon .as it was." 
It v.oaUl be unprofitid.le now. perhaps, to 
iu.piiri- into the cau>i- ol the war. but to 
his mind, that cause was anterior to the 
t-rin- Oil Fort SampuT. and in a section 
of country lar to the norlheist of that 
u .•;>• oil Fort. 

Tlie Jud;:e was ai plauded some during 
Ills reinark. but nure esp.-cially at the 
elo'^e.wheuhe aunot need that supperw.as 
ic id^ . for aUhough Miey liked to listen to 
:i woi'ly tirade against the "Abolition- 
ijts."' thrv eare.l m ne just then for the 



rto /r^-./ /l-wSl,'.ulriok = on, Lorvii.o 1 iiUing of their Mom.iJis. 
l,,,vt. Alter dtiinu' full j istice to the substan- 

- V. . r.. -Wi:- n ^.^j re5)ast. the re^idartoasts ol the even- 

., _:\v. J. oailen. T. M. i i.v_ v.ci-e then read '.v Hon. J. P. Kidder. 
\v. I.. Ar.i-. I.'>r,"ii/" ll.\ t. 1 'i"a,.,v were just seven, symbolical, we 

>iippo-e ol the origi lal seven Confederate 



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i . . : ;' ■- I».:ny l".---!^: 

t^UY (.■I'.i-iuT.— An article .ippeare 1 
in vour paper this uioiulu- lieaded •■City 
i'rc.rir." v.hi, h is ra:l;cr preuuuure and as 

near corrci-L a- a:v ir. lUu'i^ article.-. -• :•■ -- 



The regti'a- order ol toasts having 
been "one through with. Col. Dane ol- 
leredas a volunteer sentiment, "the mem- 
ory of Andrew Jackson." and reipiested 
the band to play their liveliest dirge. 
Various tunes were called lor, bttt 
"Dixie" W.1S the air fm.ally settled on, 
which the Colonel and Tim Delaney 
accoiup.inied by a jig in true Irish style. 
Letters were read from lion. >N . A. 
liichardson, of Illinois, Dr. K. B. Olds, 
of Ohio, and others, .sympathising with 
the object of the meeting and expres.sing 
their inability to altend. Speoehe-s were 
als.. made by I. V. D. Heard, D. A. J. 
l?aker and Kugene Wilson. 

In ci'iiclusiiui. we have only to .say, that 
though there were many loyal, good men 
participating in the proceedings, yet all 
the secessionists and those who have dis- 
couraged «nlistments, in this and the .ad- 
joining towns, were on hand, and they 
controled the sentiments of the meeting. 
liy none of the speakers was there a sin- 
.»le expression ol sympatliy lor the gov- 
trmnent, in this its greatest hour of peril, 
or with our valiant soldiers who have so 
bravely she«l their blood in the service ol 
their country. No one rejoiced at their 
victories, or condoled with them in their 
hour ofdeleat. It was one general tirade 
of laultfindng and lUnuneiation. 

This meeting was in dark eontra>t 
with the brilliant seri<-s held in the 
i^ame Hall a few months ago when all 
was a bla/e of excitement in enlist- 
ing men for the war, and raising a pa- 
triotic fuml for bounties for volunteers— 
when men put their hands in tln-ir hands 
in their pockets and did not a.^k how 
small a sum would suffice, but emptied 
the whole contents on the altar of their 
countries necessities. 



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h will perhaps be sairi.'ient for r.'.e to 

sav that the iniormatl.-u alVordvl ly tl.e 

writer is trrc:ico:;s. Th. city has bor- 

ivnvea IK) money to pay ir.tere^t, i> not 

i:i the market for a h'.'.u at tv.ilye ])..-r 

cent iutere--.t. nor h.is it been, nor ha» 

k viX^ii.<\ twehe per ceiit. n.-r borr..-.vea 

at tw.-lve per cent, -n -e .-rptcinbrr la^t. 

Uci-e. however. i-» a prul.lem lor ll;e 

writer of the arii.le t.> ligtin- upon. Ib-w 

is the County to i)ay six hundrca andtl;' 

City twelvo'hi-.na.-l aollars per month 

promiacd to famili- > of volunteers, in 

August last, with no 1 1\ leviea, and no 

huid provbled lor .-uch paynu r,'..' 

And here iS an-.-th.-r: It aci-y is pro- 
hibited by law from hvying sulhcient tax 
t) j,av iii't-rest on its bond-*, an-! refuse^ 



To CoiNTY .Vt lUTOi:."*.— The I'lir^s 
FrlntingCo. are now ready to supply 
blank Certificates of Sale, under the Act 



.States. Till- iirst v a.-» 

A>-i'i:i:w .J.\< UM.N- Tho Mat.'smau and Pa- 
t,[..|_ U.vvsi>i-'0'« t "' Con-^titutiou an-l tlu- 
f •..■.I u^ t'.i,- v.-iiU I'l" ,-..m!'r.'niiie :in<l c'lio s- 
-i.ni, >iMi;i.liv-it •.! til" toruurani pn-s.TV.-d the 
l,t'. r. I'v i;.-':iOuiuig the i>live branch witli th.' 
-u i,i ll.il tli'.« It. -p iblicuii party uct.-il in tli«' 
,a!,.- -i.iricuf cmaliuii.)!! m.a e.jiiii.roi..Ne, we 

It was set aowu iu the bills, th.at Hon. 
A. 15. l;ri--,bin woul 1 respon.l to this sen- 
tinunt. but that g -ntleman having beer 
taken ill ^e^y Midd Mily. there was no re- 

-oo:ise. 

' .'. lu;. L.Mi. I>i ^^» i-ati. Yh tokiks.— 
l-.i i Jit lur;iiii«-'r» of national unity r.<:.tor.-a with 
cun.'^.i.ntieiua li;> rty iiv.-l ana peri-urati-a. 

fiiere was no r, .spon.se. 
:;. 1..:. 1»: M" ■A'l- r.\i:«v.— <>«<• ana Ina.- 
vi.ii,;,'_„tir..nly Mir, pU-as,.- of uational peac, 
.u,i!v.pion'.n<v i">J P-^wr.as aitest.a by th- 
..xi«Ticnc" of more than half a c.ntury. us a.- 
inoi.-. r.U-. I i.tho bri.'f a.^teuaoucy an.l ini-ru!e 
.1 til,' F,a riiU^tii ana m»a.rn Uepublican,. 

This toa>t was resjionded to by W ni. 
Sprigg Hall of tin < city. His speech was 
eharaeteri 4tie of the man. and profuse I Orleans 

witli the stronge.-t denunciations of our j fjTizKNs ok Nkw Oki.k.vn.s 
con.stitutioiial ruh rs. 1 le said that Abra- 



his true 1 have levietl upon the weallliy 
rebels ami paid out nearly half a million 
uf doUais to feed •!» >.<>"'» ol the starving 
poor of all nations assembled here, made 
so bv this war. 

1 Vaw that this rebelli«>n was a war ot 
the ari.-tocrats against the middling ineii ; 
ot the rich a..;ainst the poor ; a war ol the 
lamlowner auainst the laborer; that it 
was a slru-ule for the retention ol power 
111 the hands of the lew agaiu>t the manv ; 
ami 1 fouml no coiiclu.-<i,»n to it save lu 
the vubjug.itionofthe few and the discii- 
thrallmetilofthe many. I therefore felt 
no hesitation m taking the sub.st.anee ot 
the wealihv. who had laused the war to 
iced the ni'uoccnt poor who had .suUered 
b> 111" war. And I .shall now have you 
w'lth the proud consciousness that I earrv | 
witli me the bles.siugs of th«. humble an< | 
loval uu.ler the roof of the cottage and 
iii'the cabin of the slave, and so am •luit*- 
content to incur the sf.eers of the sitluH 
or the eurs«>s of the rich. 

1 lotmd von trembling at the terrors ol 
servile in.surreetion. All danger of this 
I have prevented by so treating the slave 
that he had i.o cause to rebel. 

1 found the dungeon, the chain, aiidtiic 
lash your only means of ••nforcing obedi- 
ence' in your servants. 1 leave them 
peaceful." laborious, eo-.trolled by the 
lawsol kimlness and justici'. 

1 have demonstrated that the pestilence 
can be kept from vour borders. 

1 have adiled a 'million of doU.ars to 
your wealth in the form of new land from 
"the b.ittnre ol the Mississijipi. 

I ha>e cleansed and improved your 
Mtreets. lanals, ami public stpiare.*, ami 
opeiie.l new avenues to unoccupied laiul. 
1 have given you freedom of elections 
.'reater than vou have ever enjoyed 
"* I have caused jusliie ft. be administer- 
ed so hnpartially that your own advocate- 
have iin:utimotisly complimented the 
judges of my appointment. 

\ ou luiNe seen, therfore, the benefit ol 
the laws and justici: ol the government 
against which you have rel»clh d. 
"^Whv, then, will you not all return to 
your alhgiatice to that government— not 
'w th lip service, but with the heart.* 

I eoniun you. il you d<'sire ever to see 
renewed prosperity, giving business to 
vour >trei ts an.l wliarvcs ; if you hope to 
see yonr eitv become again the mart ol 
the western 'worhl. fed by its rivers for 
more than tliree thousand miles, draining 
the eommene of a eountry greater than 
the mind of man hath ever conceived — re- 
turn to vour allegiance. 

If \ou de-^ire to leave to your (hildren 

the inheritance you received of your la- 

con.stitiitional govern- 



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uary loth. ^^^^^^^^ 

AFFAIBS AT NEW OBLBANS. 



of March 11, 1S.;2, for the sale of lands | t^^rs-a ^^^^^^^ ^,^^^^ ^^^^. ,i^„„ij ;,. 

the future' be a i>ortion of the greatest 
empire that the sun ever shone upon— 
return to your allegiance. 

There is but o:ie thing that stands in 

the wav. 

There is but one ihiiuj Hint at Una hour 
stoiid.s beftce'ii yoti ond the tjoperinnent, 
and that is slurcry. 

The institution, cursed of Ciod, w-hich 
has taken its last refuge here, in His 
providence will be rooted out as the tares 
from the wheat, although the wheat was 
torn up with it. , • i 

I have given inu<h thought to tins sub- 



Elon»«>»« AildrrM of Cie-. Butler «o 
(ta«> fltUrM of 3f*i» OrlruM 



We have before published the address 
of (,;eneral Uanks on taking command at 
New Orleans, the farewell address of 
C;eneral Butler to the soldiers. We now 
give the eloquent farewell address of 
Ceneral Butler to the citizens of New 



to i.ay interest on its bou-Ls. a^ yom- cr- i ^ ^^^ ij^.^hi had been guilty of more in- 
respondent = u-.iests. do v-ic!i acts enhance i -^^^^_^ _^^^^ thant lOse which eo>t Charles 



its credit as to enable it to borrow money 
:tt 1. - r.i;.'-. tli.iii individuals who '/o pay. 
and pay ac.or .ling to cuntra-i ? The.-e 
.jae^-tious pnz/le me somewh.-.t, and I 
should be plea^cl to hav,- the puzzle 
..aved. Cnvs. A. Mon.i.v.s. 

City Treastir r. 
St. Paul, January Oih, b'<t'->. 



SiTUE.Mr. Corin.- Tl;<- Supremo Court 
was in se.-siou Thursday, and transacted 
the following btisiue-^ : 

Xo. 1. The steamboat Frank Strelo. 
riaiutlir in Krror, v<. Augustus Williams. 
Deleudaiit in Krror, J. F. Dilley for 
Defeni'.ant. 

Jiul^'nieut of C.-'.nt below rcverseil 
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lii.- First his lif< , and made James the 
>,. .,n a a iniser.dde outcast from his 
cotiufry. He h.id violated every princi- 
ph- ol the C.uistit itioii, and all the waters 
of the ocean woi Id never wash the guilt 
lio.v. h!> peijun 1 sold. His every act 
i wa- most imbeeih or impious, and it was 
the duty oi the Ueinocr.atic ]..a'ty to de- 
!ma;il the immciiate withdrawal of our 
j armi,s from llie liehl. unless the emanei- 
' T.atiui pr..rl:!:uaiion should be revoked. 
lit was time thr*. blood should cease to 
tlow, and not another enlistment should 
take place while the war was carried on 
i,,r .Mich iiifamou- ami .servile purposes. 
1. LiiV.M-TY.— (»b 'li >np» to thf Constitution 
upon default of Defend mt t.. appear ana „, u is, and a-voti... toth.- fnion «> i' «•"•• 
ar^rue the cause, upon the I'laintiU liliug 1 It^.^ponded to by Judge Wilder, of 
with the Clerk, showing that the nei-(.<-sary I j, ^ ^V:: •,'- It \.as a speech not reinark- 
pi.linunaries had been complied with invthii g save prejudice against 

Ilirlin F Ha e. a late member ot the aoie lor auyu,. i j r, 

barinJhe emm.vof Stark, in the State X,..- Kngl.nd and three-fourths of the 
oi Ohio, was adinittid to practice in all .oiinuunity iu wl ieh he lives. 
the Courts of this State. -,. r,,,. Amki-.k \s Usios. -Sine it from its 

Xo. 2. Terence llra/.H. Appellant, vs. ,vi,.„.!^ at Wa^hinson. ana w.Mh,» Dfiuocracy, 
Lawrence Moran. et al. Ilespondcnt. v.iil >av.it from its avowd t-iiPmies in the Kobe! 

■Vppeal taken from an onhr gmnting st it.s. 
a new- trial by the District Court in Scott . i^..ponaed to by J. M. Gilnian. He 
county. ..,_. Liid it w.rs a melancholy fact that the Un- 

llcnry Hinds. Ksq.. f'": ^^PP^""^"^' !•,,,,,,,;,,,„,« danger from its professed 



Daniel.-,' & Crant for Utspondent. pendmj 
arl'iiment in the case, eou.-t .adjo-rncd 
until this morning at ten o'clo< k. 



TiiK House Sale.— The unclaimed 
horses pressed into the service of the 
State during the Indian War, were sold 
ftt au^-tion yesterday by Quartermaster 
Kimball. Tht-re was great excitement 
on the ocea.sion, and at an early hour a 
large number of people had collected to 
witness the sale. Feoi)le came in from a 
long distance expecting to buy horses for 
a mere song. The bidding was at once 
earnest, spirited and ex.-iting. Old scrubs 
of horses, that the owners would not 
claim preferring to make the State pay for 
t'lem at tse valuation, brought all the way 
from $3!"> to .*><0. 

There were :)0 sold, bringing S2,li:>,- 
.Vi or an average of $o4 per head. Some 
'>.s*wa«-ons and pieces of wagons wire 
alsodUposedoffor about !r!07l. A lot 
of harness an.l miscellaneous plunder was 
also sohl, making the aggregate sale 
amount to .«3,20o,ll. which afler deduct- 
In. the ncccs.sary expenses goes into the 
State Ircasurv. The entire sale occu- 
pied about five hours, and every article 
juircl'sed was delivered and paid for be 

fore dark. , . 

Such was the success with which this 
,,le of horses was attended, and the 
.vd seemed so anxious for more, that 






,„nieofourliverykeepersrunoffalot 
Jtheir Old .stock, at the close of the State 
"^1, ^^ ^,:...< V.TV satisfactory to them-j^abcug-corpua. ._ _ 



Sri.-nds iu power at Washington, than from 
Its open enemie- at the South. The Re- 
publicans were 1 >r the Union if they could 
razee it down to square with the Chicago 
platform. He animadverted severely 
upon the mana.,'ement of the Adininis- 
tr.atIon in the conduct of the war. and 
their treatment of (ien. McClellan. He 
said it vras nev cr intemled to allow Gen. 
McClellan to w n a victory. The Dem- 
ocratic party was the only party, to-day, 
in favor of the j .reservation of the Union. 
It had supported the Administration to 
the ftdlest extent, to help it put down the 
rebellion, but it had been of no use. If 
the Democratic party were in power now. 
there would be *oiue hope of restoring the 
Union, but if the Union be lost before 
they came in power, it wonld then be its 
mission to act on the disjointed fragments 
like Spauldings Trcpan^d Glue, and ce- 
ment the States together again in a 
stronger bond of aflilllation than the 

original Union. 

r, Till. \YniT. F H AUKAs Coni'irs.— The *arc- 
truards of porsoi al libprtv, RunranL'pa to tlie 
Ain>'rici\n citi/i'i'. Its abro^j.Oio:! in the loyal 
St.itP« bv a Upp iblioau Atiininii-fration provei 
incapacity ana unfitness to govt-rn a free 

peopb*. 

Responded to by Henry Hinds of 
S'ott county. It was a most eloquent 
disertation on the abstract question of 
the habeas ct rpus. He most conclu- 
sively slowed that all the ills that now 
allected the body politic was in conse- 
quence of the suspension of the writ of 



It may 

m»t be appropriate, as it is not inojpor- 
tum- in occasion, that there should be ail- 
dressed to vou a lew words at parting, by 
one whose nauie Is to be hereafter intiisso- 
lublv conneetetl with your city. 

1 sliall speak In no bitterness, because 
I am not conscious of a single ptr.sonal 
animosity. Commantllng the Army of 
the Gulf, I foun<l you capturetl, but not 
surrendered ; eoni'piereil. but orderly ; 
relleveil from the presence of an army, 
i)ut incapable of taking care of yourselves. 
So far from it. you had called upon a for- 
eiirn legion to protect you from your- 
selves. '^ I restored order, punished crime, 
opened eoinmercc. brought provisions to 
vour starving people, refornu-d your cur- 
rency, ami gave you »iiiiet protection, 
such' as you had not enjoyed lor many 
vears. 

' While doing this my sohliers were sub- 
ject to obloquy, reproach and insult. 

And now. speaking to you, who know 
the truth, I here detlao that whoever has 
quietly remained about his business, af- 
fording neither aid or comfort to the ene- 
mies o7" the Unitetl States, has never been 
interfered with by the .soldiers of the 
United States. 

The men who had assumed to govern 
you and to defend your city in arms have 
lied ; some of your women Houted at the 
presence of those who came to i»rote<t 
them. Rv a simple order (No.'.»H.) 1 
called upon every soldier of this army to 
treat the women 'of New Orleans as gen- 
tleman bhould ; with such effect I now 
call upon the just-mlmled ladies of New 
Orleans to say whether they have ever 
eajoyed so complete protection and calm 
fiulet for themselves and their families as 
since the advent of the United States 



jeet. . 

I came among you by teachings, by 
habit of mind, by" political position, by 
social aflinitv, inclined tosuistain yourdo- 
mesti«- laws.' if by possibility they might 
be with safety to the Union. 

Months o/experienre and of obxercatiyn 
hare formi the conrirtion that the exist- 
cnre o/' slacntf is inrmiipatiblc inlh the 
salety either of yoursclccs or of the Union. 
As the systeni has gradually grown to 
its present' huge dimensions it were be.«t 
if it could be gradually removed ; but It is 
better, far better, that it should be taken 
out at once than that it should longer vi- 
tiate the social, political and family rela- 
tions of voiir «'ounfiy. I am speaking 
with no philanthropic" views as regards thi 
slave, but simply of the eflect ol slavery 
on the nuaster. See for yourselves. 

hook around you antl say whether this 
sadtlening, deadening inlluenee has not all 
but destroyed the very frame work of your 
society. 

1 am speaking the farewell words of one 
who li.as shown his devotion to his coun- 
try, at the peril of his life and fortune, 
who In these words can liave neither hopes 
nor interest, save the good ol those whom 
he adilresses; and let me here repeat, 
with all the solemnity of an appeal to 
heaven to bear me witness, that such are 
the views forced upon me by experience. 
Come, then, to the unconditional sup- 
port ol the government. Take Into your 
«)wii hands vour own institutions ; re-mod- 
el them according to the laws of nations 
and of God, and thus attain that great 
prosperity assured to you by geographi- 
cal position, only a portion of which was 



po 
heretofore vours. 



I;K\.I. V. DI-TLKK. 



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troops. 

The enemies of my country, unrepent- 
ant and implacable, 1 have treated with 
merited severity. 1 hold that rebellion is 
treason, and that treason persisted in is 
death, and any punishment short of that 
due a traitor gives so much clear gain to 
hiin from the clemency of the govern- 
meat. Upon this thesis I administered 
the authoritv of the United States, be- 
cause of which I am not unconscious of 
complaint. 1 do not feel that I have erred 
Into too much harshness, for that harsh- 
ness has ever been exhibited to disloyal 
enemies of mv country and not to loyal 
friends. To be sure I might have n^galed 
vou with the amneties ot British oiviliza- 
'tion and yet within the supposed rules of 
civilized warfare. You might have been 
smoked to death in caverns, as were the 
Covenanteis of Scotland by the com- 
mand of a general of the Royal 
House of England ; or roaste«l like the 
inhabitants of Algiers during the 
French campaign ; your wives and daugh- 
ters might liave been given over to the 
ravisher as were the unfortunate dames 
of Spain in the Peninsular war ; or you 
might have been scalped and tomahawked 
as our mothers were at Wyoming by the 
savage allies of Great Britain In our own 
revohition; your property could have 
been turned over to indiscriminate ' loot ' 
like the palace of the Emperor of China ; 
works ot art which adorned your build- 
ings might have been sent away like the 
Eaintings of the Vatican ; your sons might 
ave been blown from the months of can- 
non like the Sepoys of Delhi, and yet all 
this would have been within the rules of 






Tlie raiowinK stntpnionf taVon from the forth- 
coming report of the .Statu Auditor, »hows the 
amount and kindof securilie.- held for each IJink- 
ing Association, the rat" at which they are re- 
ceived, and the amount of circulation issued and 
outstanding on the name, en the first of January, 
Ikim: 

B.V3IK OK MIXSr.SOTA. 

KatP at 

which Circula- 

Kind of gecurilies. taken. Amount, lion. 

♦4f>,:(jO 7 3-10 Treas. Notes $1.04 ?4-.',:rix.00 

*.-,,0(H) I . S. h—'iffi piir .'i.OOO «0 

*lo,i»ii) .Minupsota Vs par lo.tnio.Oi) 

i» JO.UWJ Miu. r'.s, war loan i>ar ■.il.tKJO.oi) 

UAXK OK < n.VTKU.l.n. 

.■»ll,fiOO Minnpnotas'j* par ll.iXHi.OO 

*.s,(Mjo i;. S. ON, INW par x.inXi.tK) 

tii.ouo U. S. 0'», l.sfll par y.,ooo.uo 

4i(i,liU(I.UU 3'.).0r5 
I.A CKOS9K AXn I.A CUESi'KXT llAXK. 

:» 19,000 Min. 7's, railroad IKc »,8a0.00 '^r.STS 
MA KINK BAXK. 

fi.-i.ooou. s.f.'sixsi *i.<a 1.-..4.V1.00 

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t'.ip clioappsl In tiie markpt. 

.SO.NTAGS, XUniAS, I100l>S AND SCARIS, 

in ,?rp;it varipty of styles and colors. 

OUR STOCK OF DRESS OOODS 

Is t'nnq-nll'.Ml In this city, consisting in part of 

si*Lj:xn/n rnnsrn mkj:i\oes, 

of the best make, in all color.s. 

alIj wool reps. 



-p ll I N C E & CO ' S 

IMl'.'.OVED 

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wakraxtkd von five YKAR8 

The oldest e.<tablisbment in tlie I'nitPd .States 
ein|ilo} ing '.iOO men, and tiuisbiug eighty iusiru 
mentd per wpok. 

M.VNfFACTOnV eoUNF.R OK M-VKYI..\XD .tSD 
JSIAO.Mt.V STKKKTS. 

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AviioLiiiAU, i)i-:roTs. 

47 Fulton strppt Npw York 

b3 Lake strppt Chicago 

WIIOLKSALli AUE.NTS. 

Henry Tollman & Co lto.<ton, Ma-i 

\V. F. C'lilbnrn CinciniitiU, <.) 

lialnn-r & V. Cbi-r -St. I,'jui.«, Mo 

Jain.'s Ilpllak I'bilaiielpbia 

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ri.AIN- AND FIOirilED IXIOX KEr.S. 

I'Liin and Kignred DrIaiiieK, Mottled Cloth*, Em- 
lii'i.'ss Cloths, Videncia riai;ls, &c., fitc. 

i;p-ii|ps a l'.ir;rp v::ripty low priced Dress (iood.J. 

,M--o ciioicp p:ittprus of Fianupl .Sbpetlngjs. 

All kinds of White and Colored 

F Ij -V 3sr :n- K L , 

fJi-pit Barffijiii.'; in BIeaclie<l and Brown COTTOXS 
and all kind.s of Domestic UoaJ.s Hosiery, 

Gloves. Lndies' and Gentlemen's 

Wrapi>cis and Drawers, Hoop .Skirts, Corsets, &c. 

All of winch wo will sell 

for cash at tisuroj to *uit the closest buyers. 

JS3" Call and examine for yourselves, at 

"Tlie Cheap Cash Store " 
SMITH & TAYLOR. 

d'cl". ST. PAUL, MIXXESOTA. 



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Or.uiUilzpd undpr the General Banking Law of 
Minnoi^ots. 

0.n.TrUUELL,Cashi.»r. C.K.^VELLS,^res't. 

»^iHlii;p in Coulter's Block, Jackson .street, I 
.St. I'aul. declO-.lm 



rer!»ons unacquairt.d with the ^Meloa.'ou and 
lis bi.*torv, will U-ar in mind that wp ar,- the nio- 
iipprs ami Ipadiiig inanufacturprs, not only in li"-' 
Uniii-a States, but in tin- world. We oininPiicPu 
the maniifacturi' of Mi^IoiIpoih in the l^tU oi tbf 
VPur IMr, and .-^inci- that tiipp bisvp lilli^bp<l and 
sold TWEXTY-.SEVEX TIKU .SAN1>. 'HiP^e 
instnimputs arp nowinusenoj only in tbe Lnilea 
State- and Canada, but nUo in E.ii'o]),', Asi.i, .Vin- 
ca. South Aniprica and tlie Wi-st lnaip^■,allu Iroiu 
all tb,'sp qnai'tprs wp bavp tlip nio-;t tlaltPiinjj 
tpsf inionia!* of the high estimation in which llipy 
are lipld. 

AT AI.L IXDirSTItlAL KXIIIUITIOX.S TllKY 

HAVE IXVAniAlSI.Y HKKN" A\V.Vi:i»KI> 

TUK HIGIIi:.ST I'ltKMlL'.M WIIKX- 

KVKU K.VlIir.ITKU IN" CO.M- 

PKTITION WITH OTlIKltS. 

Wo shall take pleasure in forwardinj; bv mat 

(at our own p.\p»nise) our lilu-^lnttid ( atalojrup, 

in which evprv in!'truniPiit wp nianub:<.'Hii',^ Is 

fully dpscribed and illustrated by elpgaut enKiav- 

vVi Jfplodeons of our manufacture, eitli,"r sold 
by us or dealers iu anv part of the l.nitpd .State- 
orCanada, an> warrantpd tob.^ pprfect in pvcry 
respect, and <ibould anv repairs dp npc-.-sary be- 
fore the expiration of liv.- years from dat,- ol 
Bale, we bold oursi-lves rt-ady and williiip to make 
the same free of cbar^re, provided the injury 
is not caused bv accident or ae.<i|7ii. 

Apents for tlie fale of our .Mplodeon-: may b« 
found in all tlie principal towns of the Uaited 
States and Canada. 

Address either 
GE« ». A. rUlNCE & C< ».. BufTalo, N . \ . 
GEO. A. I'KINCE & CO., .s7 Fulton St., X. T. 
GEO. A. rULNCE & CO., 41 Lsk- St., Chicago. 

« >r either of the abovp whob-.-'alp agput^. 

For sale by MUXGEll BROS., Agents, St. 
Pa ul. Minnesota. ^vr^^_»'J^y_ 

p L A 1 M S F O U 
Siou:x Doi>ire<i«tionfei. 

The undersigned is prepared to prosecute all 
claims against the Sioux Indians bpfore the pro; 
pt-r Department of tbe United Statps Government 
arising out of recent dcpredalious. All parties 
interested can be assured that the undori-igneJ 
possesses facilities to obUin a sppedy .-^etllement 
and payment of any claim which may be placed in 
his hands. CD. GILFILLAN, 

nov2'J-d&.w3m Catholic Block, St. Paul. 



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&c., &c., &c. 
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77//; i:j-:ST PEXS jy THE WOItLl). 

On receipt of any of the following sums in cash 
or po-t-stanii)s,thp sub.soribpr will ^pimI by return 
mail, or oiiiprttis" asdii'POliHl.aGoldlVn or Pens 
nHectiiiri the xatnt accorilinj; to description, viz • 

GOLD PENS, WITHOUT CASES. 
For •-•:"• ivnts, the Magic Pen; for ;iH cpnts, the 
Lup-kv Pen; lor .lO c^iits, the Always-Rpady Pen; 
for :.-i opnts. tbp Eli'gant Pin ; and f.'r.'Sl, tiiP Ex- 
celsior I'pii. These Pens are not numberi'd, but 
corrpspoiid in .-i/,'s to nunibi.'js -', :!, 4, 5, ana f 
ri'sppctivply. 

rilK S.\Mi: I'KN.S IX SlI.VKi:-lM..\TKP KXTliXSIO.S 

c.vsKs, wrrii i'k.ncils. 
F.ir 50 cents, tlip Maglo IVn; for :.% cents, Oie 
l.u.-kv I'pu: ior?I.tbp Always-Keady Pen; for 
.-<i JO; the Ele^'ant I'pu : and for $1 60, tliP Excel 
«i.>r PPii. TI.esi' are well-tiuished, good writing 
Gold P.-ns, with Iridosmiu Points, the average 
wpar ot pv.-rv oiu'of which will far outlast a gross 
of thp iKst srepl Peng. 

Tbp namp"A. Morton," "Xumber,"and"Quan 
IV" an- sti'inpp'l on the following Pens, and thf 
Points arp wanaiiti-d lor six iiionths, except 
uMinst iKCii"-iit. 'I'lie nnnibeis indicate siz«» 
., ..^ oTi/v; No. 1 bpingtbpsinallp.''t. No. li the largest 
L' I'.l adaolPd lor the poiki't : Xo. 4 thi' smallest, and 
1 U No" 10 tiie largest Mammoth <jol<l Pen lor th«- 
• I':! dp-'k. Eon^ I'.ud iiipaium Nibs of all sizes and 
liualitips. Short Nibs of Nos. 4,.'«, (• ana,, and 
nut:.' only ..'. tirst quality. '1 be engravings are 
fac-similps of the size ami styles. 

GOLD PENS, WITHOUT CASES. 
For 75 cents, a Xo. 1 Pen, 1st qusdity, or a Xo 
.1 Pen, :ja quality. 
For !i 1, u No. -J P.Mi, 1st (juality. or a Xo. 3 1 en 



1^ O T 1 C K . 

EXCELSIOn BKEWKUY OX PHALEX'S 

CUEEK. .. 

All persons interested will take notice that j'aid 
Brewery i now In full oppration. and that all 
contracts for Barley. Hops, or Stock ol any kind, 
for saia Brewery, will be purcbaseabv the undpr- 
signed. or Andrew Xesspl, his t^emral Agent, no 
otlier per.son having aiitliority to makp such p.ir- 
chasp.-. Mr. A. F. Killpr is autlionzea to > 
or deliver Beer, Ale, ftc. and to co!!<<ct lor in<" all 
claims on sales so nmde, 1-ut is not otberwue au- 
Jborizpd to coutroci for said establihhment. 
St. Paul, January 1st. 1^»- ,...,.,, >-.-osfl 
janl-:jm LAW PENCE XESibEL. 

ICHIGAN CENTRAL RAIL- 

KOAD. 

Gx'cat Cciitval Route 



To New York, New England and tbe 
Canada.''. 
On and after SUXD AY. ^os.-S\, ISG'J, traiuB vrill 

leave the Great Central L uion Depot, foot ot i.aK* 

street as follows : 

0.30 a. ni.-Dav Express (Except Sundays) 
arrives at Detroit at a.Oa v. >i., 
.'iu-pension Briage at ■J ■JS A. >1 ., 
Albanv. •J.30 v. M., Xew York, 
.s.no V. M., Boston, 11 :Jo v. m. 

©.•»> p. m.-Xi»btKxpress(ExceptSaturaays) 
■• arrives at Detroit at (,.4.jA. M., 

Susppnsion Bridge, 4 .'.or. M., Al- 
bany, r>.:iO A. M.. Xew \ork, ll.l* 
A.M., Boston, a.'JOi'.M. 




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Express, 

Thef) 45 P.M. train leaving Chicago runs through 
to Cincinnati without chaugp of tars or baggage. 
KUTTAXS PA TEXT VEXTILATOIiS 
On Cars of Day Express Trains. 
Patetxt Sleepintf Cars on Ni</ht Trains. 
BairS'XiV*' Checked Throuirh. 
*»- Through tickets for sale in all I'^ncipal 
RaUroad Offices in t la- West, at tbe Oenerai Olf ce 
"oriier Lake and Dearborn ^^reo^»'^*i»^' »"« 
Tremout House,) Chicago, and at the D''Pot 

It X. KICE, General Supenntcudent. 
J. W. SMITH, West'.rn P assenger Agent. J in3 

R. GALEN S PRIVATE DISPEN- 

.SAUY, 

Aiid3£edical and Surgrieal 
OJliec. 

ESTABLISHED IX ST. 
PAUL, .lune, l&CJ, for tl:<i 
cure of the following com- 
plaints: CllKOMCA.NOl'KI- 
VATIC DisKASiis, including 
the VEXEKEAL DISEAS- 
ES iu all its form.', stricture, 
Piles. Fistula, Kupture, Dis- 
eases ol Ihp Kidiipys, Blad- 
der, &c. To Yol'xu Mkx, 
particular attention given 
to the siHiret inlirmities of 
vouth and manhood ari.-ing 
ironi cert.iin secret liabits. 
Mii'DLi: AiiKit and e\pu 
Oi.n Mkx, who leel a debiltiy iu advance of their 
\ pars restored to vigor. 

■ To TllK LAi)iK.s-=-Female Diseases cured, such 
as Leucorrhea, Menstrual Diseases, tabiag of 
the Womb. Ulceration ol tj'e Os Lleri &c. JiU 





S\ liiialitv. 
For i-'l W, a Xo. 6 Pen, 1st quality. 

01 ll.l! l-l.XS. AM. FIRST QUALITY. IX SlI.VlCJI 
MOl XTEO UK.SK UOLUKKS. 

For $3. a Xo. 4 Pen ; for *J W. a Xo. 5 Pen ; fc« 
*J ra, a Xo. ti Pen ; lor $1 00. a Xo. 7 l*eu. 

For 84, a Xo. s Pen ; for $.>, a Xo. t) Pen; and 
for bii. 11 No. 10 Pen. , , ,. 

The "Ist qusditv" are pointed with tho very 
bp<t 1 ridosmin Points, cart-fully spl>-cted, and nout 
of this qualitv «"' »o!rt with the slightest Imiicr- 



» w ,, ... 1. — lection which skill and the closest scrutiny cam 

•rebv ehen, that the several detpct. „ . . 1. a^ 

coutaimd in tlip foipgoing list I'l,,, "•jd quality " are superior to any I ens made 



par lO.iHiti.ist 



Hij.-i,4.V).00 '^2,002 

I'Kon.K'S I'.AXK. 

?30,000 .Min. ;•«, railroad 18c .0,400.00 IS.OOO 

STATK BANK oK MlSNKSOTA. 

i 1:1,000 73-10 rreas. Xot-s * 1 .04 1 ,.V.-'.00 

si'2,000 u. s. rt's, 18K1 loa 

*i>,:{oo U. s. b'»—:t--M'i pxr 



•JjOOO.OO 

•»,aoo.oo 



of lands, remaining unredeemed ""'« "1'"' 
wbiditlieaeliuiiuput tuxe^ of the year InV.i am 
nreviousvearsanil tbe sub.se.jue t taxes l..>^ca 




piov( 

olttei - - , , . ., 

town .'f Brunswick. 111 tbe 

and State of Minnesota, on tbe twelfth day ol 



omeeoftlic Auditor of Kiin'abpc County, in tliP 
• ■ • -■ -> C'Untvot Kanalipc. 



•amiarv. \. I». INKi.at ten o'clock in ilip ton noon 
of thatilny, IbP saiiu-bping Hip spc .nd Monday 
of Ja uarv. the day ,,rpscrihea >y law lor tluit 
purposp, by thf Tn^asiirerof sai-l County 

!>'"-' l*"^"""'^'^ '*•"• 'IY,, AS .lOKDEX, 
dec24-.*ltw Auditor of Kanabec County. 



f 1J,71J.00 10,8J>4 
w'lXoxA rotrxTY hank. 
fj.>.000 Min. 7's, railroad I'm; 4,.'i00.00 3,803 



S T E E S , 



J O HN A 

MASUrACTVKKB ASV DBAUIR IH 

Furniture and Cabinet Ware, 

Of every variety of ityle and pattern. 

CORNKRSDAHD MISNK.SOTA »T8., tAINT rAci, 

All Unda or lumber taken in trade. 



aiOUX DEPREDATIONS. 
Indenmity can be had. 

steps are being taken by the tioverninent to as- 
certain who have sutlered loss In propi?rty, and 
the extent of such loss, by the lute sloux Indian 
outbreak, with the view of ailjusting the same. 
Tbe undersigned have allthe necessary forms, and 
are possessed of superior advantages for having 



by him previous to the year WW. 

The " :{d quality" he inti«nds shall equal in 
^pecl to Durability, Elasticity and Good Writiiii 
(iualities (the only true causidemtions} any Gol 
Pens iiiadp elspwhere. ^ , , „ , , , 

In rpgard to the i;bcapG«»ld Pens, he begs leavp 
to sav iiiat, previous to oin-rathig his New and 
PatpiitPii Machines, he could not havp made as 
(iood Writing and Durable Pens, for the price, 
hail the <;old"been furnishpd gratuitously. 

J'aHi'-.-i ort/t-riiiff viivt iiiiUl itutnnrcs spect/jf 
th'' " .\uml»'r''tiud " QwiMif^ofthc t'cus wnnt- 
eil, 'itnl It* itiirticiilur to dtjscrilnthe kind of Pens 
thi-i ureur—irhfther still' or limher, ctHimeor nne. 

All rpinittauces by mail in liegistercd Letters 

i arp at my risk. -^'^••'"'^''*v^^„,^,.- 

A. MORTO>. 

Xo. S-l Maiden I^nc, Xew York. 

Anv ono scndiiig a single letter post-samip will 
receivp .-. circular with the engravings Uwve re 
ferredto. . ^, ,, ,, . 

J8^ For sale by all dealers in the line through, 
out the country. o7-dtw3m 



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tl\e*p claims allowed and settled In the shortest 
possible time, and will glvo sji^'clal attention, to 
such as are placed in their hands. _ 
SMITH k 
I y l»,n.S.nt.-J4.1fla!L 



correspoii 

to cureanyca.se at himie. .^^ oKaib 

V 15 —For particulars concernig the abote 
matters, send forourMKDMAi.KKi'OKTOua New 
Method of Treatmput, containing (H pages, .join- 
gravings. and uuiiiprous ca.'Ps, sent under seal, on 
receipt of ten cents or stamps. 

In addition to a regular Medical Education, t w 
Doctor has had many years' experience in he 
trcatmpntof the above disea.ses. and by dexoting 
hin;self e.\clusivplv to tlii.s depa'tinent ol prac- 
tice, and preparing his own .Medicine-*, he is ena- 
bled to cure all cases within the reach of locai'-al 
aid, without risk or exposure, in the shortest 
possible time, heparate apartments always m 
reserire so that patients see no one but the doctor, 
ana all intei views confldeutial. 

jfS- Office in Concert Hall, 1 bird street. 

OKKKK HofUsdaUy from 1» a. M. to J r. M. 
Sundays from ■J to 5 v. M. , ...^ 

Address all communications to DU. GALKA s 
SAIXT PA UL.MlXNI-:SOTA. jaii4^ 

TO TAX PAYERS IN 3kULLE LAC 
COUNTY. 
Kotice Is hereby given that the amount of tax 
levied on each dollar valuation for the year a. i». 
180:J, is as follow.^ : . 

For the support of State f'«veriiment . .J', TO >. 
For payment of interest on public debts... mi s. 
For the support of sutecommon schools. .J milU. 
For aefrayuig County pxi>enses.. . ....... I'J mius. 

For building and rppairjng reads and ^ 



y OST PROMISSORY NOTE. 

Notii-e Is benibv given, that a promissory note 
for *1.:18:».03, dated JuiK- 27th. IWll, made by 
Schiileubprg, Boeckeler & Co., of Stillwater, and 
payable one year from date, to the order ot the 
State lulver^lty of Minnesota, has been lost by 
the holder, and all per.sons aro cautioned fVom 
having anything to do Aviththe same, as it has 
been fully paid by the drawers. 

jaa8-.itdfcJtw W.M.M. KlMBALLt^TWMBrW 

"* I! 



bridges In the town of l-rinceton.. 

Driages 111 ^^ ^^^ Princeton. . .'J mills. 

...... 

^, milu. 

,Jau. 0th, m'ki. 

E. .1. W'HITNE'i 

jan7-w4w 



For t» wn expenses— Princoton S'4 mills 

'""^ .. .: —I-last Princeton '; nulls. 

For school dist. cxiieiises, Dist. No. 2 
Princeton, Jan. 0th, im. ^^ ,^viIITNEV. 

County Treasun»r 



HORSE STRAYED OR STOLEN. 
f 25 KEWAUD. 
A light bay MAKE was stolen last November 
from Fort Snelling. She had a white spot on her 
forehead ; black mane and tail; is nearly four years 
old, and Is with foal. i.^_„iii 

Whoever wUl return her to the subscriber « lU 
teoeiye the above reward. _„ „.^ . 

Jan6-Ud»3tw JOHN W ESZE, Shakope«, 



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THE SAINT PAUL DAILY PR ES S. 



VOl-iUAIE III. 

She ^aint ^\\v\ i?tc.^.i 

OFFICIAL PAPER OF THR STATE 

e^- Tin- pn!^-r h.ii a Urii>r Dnn.v, Trl-W.-.-kly 
aaa W,'. '.i'v i-ircuhuioii t!t»n any other in Minii.- 
,jta.ana.h>r.-!-.rv i.n-.-..i> i-.uluo-m-n.i to a.l- 



S^VI^STT i>A-TJL, SUIS^D^Y, JA.2sTTA KY 11> : 



18G3. 



N^XJMBER 9, 



ii.i.,.<iiun.iiht !..uuw;ns|Qyu sprciAL DiSPATOHES, 



al. 1' 



I jKipiT. iij-minu' i'^ «^' J'" :ni!lu-iifii-ity, 
and (IfiiuHitliiiL; its publii-ation in j>i>ti<f 
ti) thi- iititfrrilitMl an I Iiuisi-.st l).'n»iuTa<y 

' ot ll:>- St;it. . 1I<! a.-.MTts tluit it u:;> 
toniiil iii-:jr K-.'i;rr's IJlo. k, and vUl ii*'t 
attributi" it tr) "m\ otlur iii:»ii"" lliaii .1. 

, U. K. N'T rould no ^ati.sly him ol tl..- 

' iiuproliabilit} . lliat siali was the authur- 



VIA CIIXtA<J«. 



■■' '^i'-^^- •''^^'^^ ■ • _ ; ship of th.- docimi. >t. S) %r>- prit.t 



as 



TS> 1»B»I :« TKli*.— W •» want » '«•»» 
■>•.>•■«< Hi*!-*!!**" *onipo»lt«r«. T«. 

pa* iJiiiiv toiit% 1>«T i!i«u«ana. ^onr 



f;irni>h>d bv onr tx .Itcd \i>in>r; 



J. K. i:i:isi-.inN !tr.iu»« ! rni;ori;Ni\"i >.i'i i > u 
Al rill. 1.1. .nut ■>! jam vuv i !-nv.\i.. 
I. The l»;iy. in.iu.i aM.- wit'.i tU • Min • "l' 

I Jack^•>n and tU.' .l.-f.-m- ■ of N.vv < HL-an^. 

j ". r!u' hittlf — iMiitiiii IniK'.- — Kciitui tv riili- — 
or THE MOK3li:ir«. I glorious aton.in.-iit lo: llie cai'tui'- .;f Wu-lii:ig- 
iVoin NowOrUai.^. n pn-MUt t,.M. ^^^^ ^^^^ .,,,t,.t triumnh of ..a.;.~«n wn. 

o\.T truit'Ti witiiiii 5 is limv. Ivi^no- of lii- 
procHiiiii;,'- il.olariu;,' ii artial liwaiid su>peiiiliii« 

A ..i.-^p.U. a tu.m inu. 1 IX TM , I (.is- Mi.iii.uiry oi l>ougla>-»i.o.-.l. .Mii.)...!!- 

SUi-in-->Mlr.'>'o:i'.ioI.-<aiK-euudi' iroia l ork- | ^^^^ ^j^^_ ,-m.'t;tHtioiu!hf>j of Jackson's proi-.'.'.;- 

urilli: and df- j ;„„^_ Iiui'Unl :it Ih.- ll.Tiniia).'.-, ill !>ll. wlioii 



.\.d% li'i'S 

i\\:d !li>- ri'.K'lsari' ;4tronsdv posU-ilat Tort 

Hudson. 

l:\.m fnu. Pix report .< a 



tvvvrn l.> Wr.st Toiiit, i-.lptl 



1)1 :-t\ . 



anioiiiil of ivbed pro- 

A dispat.-h Irom St. I-oul.-; staffs that 
Sprln-H'ld has j^rubably bffii laptnrod. 

ir.M'iiuns haviM- %vhippi-d the rfbfls. 
i.iibli-li'--.> a retaliatory order, eontminj: 
,vba.>:ri'ei-. v.n-il .KtV. l>aviV order i:» 

revokevl. 

The re'>l K'.<s at MnriVeevHT.' in- 

ei ease.s il.iih . 

I ,v,.r--,'ae lias boeu bnnud, and the 
rtlnd w,>iinde.l have t.> be .sent t-. Na.di- 
vllh- .and tUeiier to Lotii^viUe lor tie.tt- 

mort. • 

rwo stran-o nut^ in sttikin^j; contrast 
are presini. I this nioniin-. The ship 
<;eor.;e (Iriswold. .snreadin-^ her saihs on 
an eiT.in.l .1 r.un-y. lor l!.e starving ope- 
ratives oi Lan.-.i>!.ire. sainted by 15ilti.sh 
Vi'ss.-U, an.l ehased by the phn-lit.s olen- 
thu.sia>ti.- thon.saii'i-'. whih- at the same 
time, forty I'.riti-ii ve>^. 1>. Irei-ht.d at 
British port> viih -umls and arm.-, are at 
»fa, to brcik the blockade an.l >trike a 
blow ;tt the heait of the Ameri.-an Ki- 
pullir '■ 
CAWlA^nr.'* I^ TMB Km»s-K 

The folloA-iiij; ii tin; list of easuaUies in 

the l"ir>l Minn.-.-. .la lleijiment, in th,.- 
action near Fnderiek.sbnr;,'. l»ee. 11th to 
the K'»th, l>-r.L'. inclusive : 
w,ii si>ri>. 

i-;,r. ^^\m .lams Mo« uliuin. ( o. F. Actiii.? 
A«=i-.'. 'lit A.I3:it;i!U (;fii''r:\I to Ofiieral .-^ully— 
rill.' -:.:ii lari.L!„':i thi- foot. 

l,t Ll-at. Ihoinas .siii.hiir. Co. », -itriuk in 
Ijadi by a >p<'nt i i.-c • of -slu-ll. 

1st Lieu. II la-iitii:..-. Co. L>, by a niu-ket bull 
la tli.i cli.?i-k, aa 1 by a »;"•"*. l"-'*-"' of shfll oa ti.« 
aim. 

io. A 
• piCiiif of *'i -il- 

Co. II— I'rivat.' K. IJ. It.bort-on.in tli.' foot by a 

p;i«c.> ot :.!.-!l. 

,;o. r.— I'rivjt ■ .K)hn >i. t>ari.''. ia Uil- ba.:'-. 

Co. II— I'lout • • iia^. <.')r\v.-. iu llio ar:u. 

Vo. U— I'rivat • .1. Sivvrt, lu tUo arm. 

Co. D— -51. r^'i'ai;t >.iva^'.', ail tlio lois of hU right 
foot takon oU' ya sb*!!. 

Oa. I»— I'riM'-..' Tlioiiii-i K-Ily, lu hand by a 
jjii-*: ' of !)lit'!I. 

i;.-,. F— I'rivat" J'l-'ji^ i:i'-tr.iril->on, ia facf ami 
arms by a -mall I'ii-c ■ of slii-ll — sli-rbtl/. 

Co. F— I'riv. Win. W.Uurburt, iu arm and sidf. 

Co. L— Kll>rid5f" I.. Uarii.-.. by riU.- ball In tl.e 

ilioaMi:r. 

Mi-is;N(;. 

(ori'oral .-sava.-;.-, < o. l>, nii'-inif on picket. <.n 
til-.' nii'it of th • lUb itist. 

I'rivato Jobii llaust-r, Co. A, ini'-«in(» ot tV.p 
timo of :li- r^oroisiii^of tb-s riv>-r on ili-- l.>th 
iait.,£'.t nijrb*. 



BY TELEGRAPH. 

l»TERESTiH=a nm WfiSH- 
IS8T0N AKD HEW YORK.. 

U:\lh 'rlc Coiiiri'alu laics 
l?oi^ec*i*aiis. 

STATE OP AFFAIRS AT 
VICKSBURG. 



Critical Situation of our rorco3 
At Springlicld. 



Gov. Andrew's Message. 



lb.- old lloro t ank'-tl t'oiijcla-t for l.i* def-iiiv. 
_ >.[iik'' i; iii\>-:ij ii'tint II 'V.] 

.-.. .Jack-ou w.i-i a - .»s.b>'l.b'r, ••pvogni/ins 
tin' Constitution ainl tl >' l'ni.>n as tb- r.-snll- of 
iM!n|ivoinisp.\nd couoe- ion," but at Nev,- iirUi.a-i 
—in bi.< .>.tirnd«'tiTniin: tionto n-jicl tin- iiixailiii;; 
f,,o— hi' tbri'w bis pfj <.'.;i-.'» to tin' wlin'-i and 
invited tbe .Vfrii-an to I. .r a hand a?rain.-t l!i'- 
I'.riti-b i-ii^'iny. i.lori.iis jalriot : ^lawry u.t.- 
of K'*.- aocotint to biin ilian lii-« e.iuntrj ! 

r.. >liow li.iu ibe \';iiiiiii-tration roine* Mbi<rl 
i.f I iM .laokMUi's iii-.-tl 1(1 at .New Orleaii.-— 'iilly- 
dall>iric V. ith Uiki-waitn li(yali.s|!i, keciiiii>; lialf- 
truitoi -. in military n.Minaiiils and boMiii!; bark 
for two ye.ir* b»f.>ri' u in;r tbc l'>al .VfiieaiK "f 
t!i.- ri-bi-l Ma;i-< t-> imt ■ i.wn tbe relM>I!ion. [II-ti- 
',ri >y <l-ir;\ th.- n.'its<' f Ith II. M. /.'/ • ■-« •';'.-.'-A -ji 
/■('.'■''/ to *,ili)-t I\'r!'.] 

:. .Vuk-on f.rst b.-r. of N>« Orb-an-— o'd Iten 
I'.-.itliT tb«' '".•oi.l 1> -o of .\.-\v Orl-ans. I'i'i.l 
.-o.ni- pi-;i.-. .;iiotiti .n to pbirity Itiitb-r. Wind 
np with a loa.-t V> tbe l\\in->av ior- of N..\v Oi- 
I.ans,.Uvkso!i in is:i;.nd h\< liu'.b-rin IS'-.'. 

B'aarpittion* of •»«»»« rr l>» CJovtrnor 
Hr.i iMOur. 

. IVII. WAU TIli:i.A IKMin IN NK.W YOIIK. 

The New York Times .<ays that the 
ehari^ev j.relerretl by (loNentor SeMisottr 
asainst the Toliee I 'ommissioners of Now 
York eitv. and whieh eonecrn those aets 
only pertcrmed in -npport of the jrtniral 
},'overnmcnt. indioiLtes a purpose to haii.l 
over the TolietJ of the city, at whatever 
eo>t. to t'.ic eontn 1 ol Vornando V.'ood 
and the i^eeesh .sympathi/ers, and to with- 
draw the St.ite as lar as posMble from the 
support of the gen. ral ;.^ovornmcnt. T'he 
Ti.ucf says : 



A r.lUTISil rhKKTOF r.!.<HK.\l>E 

r-in:.\Ki:KS. 
nrMi'R THAT CilASK V.-ILL UHSIiiN. 



Senatorial Elcclions and IToir.ma- 
tiona in lllirois, Michigan 
ci:d Indiana. 



OTIIEU ITTTERSSTING NEWS. 



•ii.r.-i!! ,ft<iint-h I 'th- St. P^'Ul Vrf-'. 
ill \i'(ji M.ri.rsoK .Vu.MV. WA.-:iiNi::"''r, e. 
To .Mijor I., n. i;o«. i-raii'. loniinandin:,' itrtiy "f 
til.' ('iiiiil-'riar.d : 

(ii-.N*! : !J--btd a'-eonnts fully eon liitn 
your telei;r;;m fn'tn t! ■' battle Held. Tiie 
vietorv vv.Ts well earned and is one of the 
mo-i brilliant » f th-y war. Yon and yi>ar 
Itrave ar'.ny have won the ^'r.-.titnde of 
voiir eoiintry and the adminri".! oi the 
world. The li«ddot MnrSrei'^bon. i> made 
hi.s'.orieal, and future ^'oiuratioi's will 
point out where so many heroes feil \r}o- 
rionsly in defenso of the Conslitntioii and 
th.tnk.s to the li\in.'t ami tears llr tl^^ ia- 

ntinited di ".d. 

Hip,...'.- U. AV. n vl.I.K.fK. 

tioneml in Chi ».'• 



IT;t)M WAsiiiN'orox. 

\v AsniN..r..N, .1.111. •-'. 

F:>:-id />i.<;ii.-.VA /.> f'" .'if. I'tia! I'rc. 

Tlie SeiKite to-dav eonlirnied tin' noini- 



Iftbenvre fact of « lov. p.-jmotu'r. itoti m btt | ;i;ition of Ah'xatnler \V. llandall of Viis- 
aiiy doubt on this «u! i.-et, it-^ time atul leanu'-r 
would ;ro far to renos ■• It. He became f.ov rner 



on Thursday at noon. I'-.-fore tbe .«iin went ibiwn 

!u- bad lunimoned tb.- police for trial. In-«te:td of 

ijivin;; tbeiii rcasocab e lime to make deffn-e. be 

I'rivat ' Jos..pU .■smu.-l.er, in th- face by I r-.i"""-'! «l"''' *'» i""'' •'■' t!»''"-'''"'^« "" •''•'tiird.iy 



AKE TME XEW nO.lilTOn^.^E.l- 
ttOUTMVf 

Thti loss of th^.- Monitor is mr.de the 
oecftslon by some Ka>tern journal-? of a 
good deal ol ;I.-i-hth-.-.s di.-^para.L'ement 
uf her build, i-. Mr. ErlfMHi, and it has 
been said that the nit.o v« ^^els built by 
him upon the. >ame <j;ener.al theory, are 
i-.\aetly like h.r, and therefore totally nn- 
.leaworthv. T'ii'- New York \Vo)!d says 
that on aeeonnt r.l the pre».>inj; neee^-ity 
lor the parli<ular b!iMne>s reipiired of the 
Monitor, her sea-.-roinpf rpialities were 
made y^ei-onilarv to her fiohtin;^ eirn-iL-ncy. 
br.t that the n«'W boats ha\c been bnilt 
with sue. ial rtfereneeto oeeansorvieo.and 
that notwil'.istandin;,' the dis.-istcr to tiie 
^Monitor. b.)th the old and now vessels are 
perfeet life-boats and eannot po.vsibly 
Ibundtr. 

The ehief points of diiFeronee between 
the Monitor and her successors are : 

j-int—lh'' Monitor had a dea.1 Hat bottom, 
-«v it'.i .^i.le:< sloping at an anj;b' of .'iybty d.'jrcss 
10 the vertical line. 

Tho new •'Monitor^■' have an or-linary mid#bip 
section, and an oiliuary rl-^.' ->r flow, and around 
bilg". Tliey p.>HSej.s what i-bipbuilders term "a 
very en-iy mii'..sbip body."' 

S':'-o)iil—Tho tiirret.H in tho n»w ••.Monitor-' 
arc supporle.l on four bulkliea.l.-;, two transvcr-o 
andt\><> lon?;ituili:i;d one*, very heavily brae, d 
■with wiuit are call*-'! ■anijle bar.^." 

Til.' turr.'t, tberelore, of the new Monitors l* 
much morv' (inn'y supported than in the original, 
%>;i«-re it i-> ki-r.t up b;, only a »inple bulkhead, 
runniuj; a.To,- th" ve-.-.M. 

iVnn/— lb" o\erhauIin;< at the stern of the old 
Slo'iit'jr \v;'- :d-o inu.-h greater than in the n.-w 
ve-seU. Till' lattT, tb-.-refore, are subject to far 
lc^■ "it rain in a -n-a-way tlian thvir f.tmous prede- 
• 3.*«r>r. 

Fourth— 'VU<; ilistinguishin? point of diflerenve 
between the two cla;'^«»!i of vessfl.-', however, is 
tin' iiai>r.''»n:ib:.' chimn.-v of the new one.i, which 
can neither be a.Teel'-U by a .sea or shot, which 
«aii neither be alfecti'.l by a sea shot, which the 
ori.cinal one did not b:iv.'. 

Finh—Thf fioh air for supplying the hoilers, 
and for ventilating purpo.-es, U taken in through 
the topof thi- turret in the new shipf, instead of 
l>eing drawn tliroi!^':h air trnnk.s, as in the dere- 
lict Slouitor, which areextn-uiely liable to be car- 
ried away iu a .».-a-\vay. 

♦ « ♦ « ♦ ■ 

A SPEKC'H 1«-U1('H 3iX«}lIT 

HAVE ncE:i. 

A Democrat irom the country, who ia 
not posted in the bogus Democracy, 
which a baker's dozen of St. Paul politi- 
ejans hope to make rurront through the 
State, called upon u.^ in great indignation 



atiocbx'k. Why lb » hast" < It liad a niotiv. 
what was it f N'ot tie r.l.'use of political pri-^on- 
.•rs f 'r they have I.e.-;; rt leas.d alr-ady. Not tl.e 
f.'ar of any instant pe il to personal liberty !V.>in 
Ih,' e.\erci>e by Mr. K 'uiie.ly of bis I'unclion-, .is 
Frovo-it Mar.sbal, foi these function- Ip.v-b .-ii 
suspended. Why di.t not t'iovtrnor .<eymour pur- 
sue the course mark.' i out in the statute— ".'.I- 
reot th.' L»i-trii-t Atto-n-y of tb.> ounty in wiiicb 
,nc!i otficr. niay b.', o conduct un in.juiry int.. 
iht truth of til" .bar; es made -— piviu!,' tlei!', a~ 
i-.-.-ui,-. .1, '• at b-asl fi ,'lil ilay.-' notice of tb<' t:un- 
an.l plac when be will prt.ceod to tJi.' evniniur- 
tiou ofwitne^ses U'f.re some .Ju.l/e tf the C.jni.- 
ty Co'.irts f" Why w is notthis .loii" > W::s j!i. re 
any einerjrenry in pn 'lie atrair>— any »ri-is in th<- 
coiMlition of tb.- .-ouitry, fmbrintfit inipos.sible, 
uuil ..I'lir.- r.T tbe instant, headlong' action wliicb 
he cle>s.' t.> tali-} N'othiiis; .-f tbe kiii.l. Th- 
em.rg -n.-y was political— jjarlisan, purely an.l ex- 
cla-iv-'ly. li le- bal taken that conrs'e, and bn-l 
chos n aft.T th.- in-p iiv, t.i remove tb.> C...mnii-. 
aion.'is. tb.ir otUa-.i would hav.- Iw.-om.' vacant 
durinKtli" -ession o! the Le^i.-lature. and coubi 
only have Iw-on filb'd by him with the advice an.l 
consent of t!ie Scnat . ISy rwiuovinjc th.'in fu-</,iy. 
he ci-at.-- a va.'ancy duriu:; the r. -'.So of tin- I. -R- 
-ilalure, which ni -.IS tomorrow-an.i cin I'.:! it 
l.yappointi:vut. Tl onif the M-nateafterwanl re- 
j.-ct bi.s n<-iainee?,tb.'y will hold over, having al- 
r.-;dy obtaincl po-s.'s,ion und-r bis upjioint- 
ni'-i-. An.l thus. 1. his nv.re a.'t, tbe complete 
control of th.- I'olic ■ iK'partm.'nt i- to pass into 
the hand- of Fernai do Wood ami the select class 
.)f politicianii wh.) a knowl-dgo him at tlK'trlea-'.- 
•■rand repr.-scntatit e. 

W'e woubl not judgf Governor Seymour nn- 

justlv, nor coiuli-nii. him on th" strength of a 

single act, and thai as yet untini»he.l. Hit w" 

confess his action » n this .....d.ject In-^jir.'s -vith 

the utm.ist nii.-givi. gs. it look- like a .bfermiii- 

tion to clutch at jmv ver in violation of law, in d:s- 

regar.l of the piibli. w. Hare, in blin.l olM'tli.-nc' 

to the l).be-t.s i f re kloss and nnprincipl. 1 nu-n, 

an.l in supn-m- cont. nipt of the public p^-ac. If 

this purpose is to b ' followe.l init aii'l ptisli.'.l to 

its consummation, ire ma;f l>x>k /or thi Imt anl 

.tharpfit cnlnmilir.< nf civil irar. W.- would fain 

h.)pe even yet that Gov. Seynioiw will not jni-b 

us.>v'r tbe pncipicc on which wo seem to be 

standing. 



eon.sin to be AsVt rostmaster (ieiieral. 

Captauis rarra'-iit.tioid-boro, J)nnont | "^ "'"* ' 
' ? .. » 1 • 1 • 1 lioin the ^ 

and Fo< te arc to be Hear Ad.mn-als m tae J 

Navy li.>m the K'lh r,( July, IStVJ. on tiic 
aetive list, and Captain Chase Stewart to 
be ft Kear .-Vdmiiul Iroiu the sam.i date 
on the retired list. 

W.\s:iiN<.ToN..t-.n.I» 
The lar.oralsur\iccs oi Klisha \VhitiIe- 
sev toi>k plaee at '1 o'clock. Ucv. Dr. 
Sunderliii'l, oirM-Iatintr. Mr. I'sher is 
not yet eonfirincd as .Secretary of the la- 
fri. r. It is ni'.iiore.l th.-t t-c.retr-.-y 
Chase will resign shoitly if the commit l.-e 
of wavs a;id means reject his policy. Tri- 
vate Lon'lon letters .-ay there are now at 
sea forty bhickade breakers that ha^e 
been litted out .andloaded in I5ritis'i ports, 
Lar"e quantities of r.ibfl bonds have been 
sold at five .shillinj,'< per pound, s .•itie.l 
on .It call at 7 cents \\'V iionnl. The 
r'bels raise.l frtMU this .some 7'".'.>'.'" 
pomi.ls St' ilin;; to bt>y .steamers. They 
h.ive recently hoii-ht .si.\ vessels whi. hare, 
laden with arn.s. iiowdcr. clothes, sho.s, 
meiiiiiifs A:.'. Th«' Military Coitiniittee 
report in favor of Kiy Thayer's pli.n of ^.^^^ 
e.ilonizin;,' Florida with 1'.>,<M>0 ui-oroes. 
Volut>t«'ers wjio are to ser\e nine months 
then disband and ocenpy the I'onnt.iy. 



frclai new youk. 

S;trci<il I)4.ipiif'h ti> the St J'a'il /'n-.i. 

New YoKii. Jan. 0. 
Tlic Comn!is>ioner of Internal IJevcnue 
h.rs decided tliat any revenue stamps 
e\e.'pt proprietory cati now be itied for 
its amount on atiy instruniettt, thus event- 
ually aV'olisliin-C the great variety of 

.slam--. 

U is i.nder.-lood th.it Secretary Ciiaf-'c 
will be here to-morrow to consult with cur 
hankers as to tho best financial poliiy to 

b'j adopted. 

'i'lii- President has nominat.'d llobcrt 
\V. Taylor, of Ohio, ior S.-cond Comp- 
trolhr of the Treasury, in place of the 
laic l-:iisha Whittlesey. 

FROM ST. I.OUIS. 

^iiH-elitl Dhpotdt to th<- «/. /'""' /'»-'•«•'• 

St. 1..H m, .Tan. '.». 

Telegraphic communication witliSprlng- 

n.'ld .vased at :) o'clock this morning. 

The enemy entered the stocl-ade xester- 

ilay aftcr.'ioon. Ovv forei-s are reported 

to be 2,<)()»» strong with two pieces ol 

arllllery. Springiield contains a very 

large amount of army stores and an-muni- 

lij:i. l'ifiy-1 >i:r h-.>rse ti-an-.s an-l thirty 

men belonging D the tel.-granh corps 

are supjiosclto have been eapUired a lev.- 

unles south of Sprlngfuld. (.en. Drown's 

left shoulder is badly shattered. lle 

will have to s'.'bmtt t.. atntmt.ition to sab- 

his i;!e. 

ST. Lor IS, .Ian. 9. 
,<?,-.."»// ;>.>;>'(/.•/( to thf St. r.utl /•/•.>". 

At the time of the i-eccptionof the h>t 
.li--l)atch dated Spiingffld, :*. .\. M. this 
rn'M-ning, onrtro^^os were in Kort Lyon, 
stnmgly entrenched, but defende.l onlv 
bv mn.>ketr\ ai:d bayonets.. Tl.cy were 
provi-ied with an exhauslless supply o; 
aintnnnition. The rebels at 1 o'clock ye«- 
ti'rdav 1'. M drove our men from the bricV. 
sc'uool hou.M' whore ve had inllictcl gre;>.' 
daiv.age on them. This building is with- 
in ."."<.• yards of the public ^qtlaIe, where 
the eonniiissaryatid<iuarteimr.sters stores 
.are : tored. Serious fears are ontort;',i:u-il 
tli.it they fell into rebel han.ls. 

(lin. Brown's wound is serious. Hit 
.arm will re<piire amputation. 

The rebels came Irom Yellvillc and 
Warrensburg. 

.V dispat.h of the ;">th says that om; cf 
our .scouting p.irtios .attacked a s.tua<l of 
gnerrlllas on Sunday, and killed the no- 
torious Captahi Heed and one ot his men. 
He had the black st.dilon whie'u he stole 
St -te compaules la.st Dcrcuiber. 
I 



LATEST NEWS_. 

on: ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES. 

PROM NEW YORK. 

Commodore Wilkes Removed 
I'rojn Command. 

IS^'-lK-l L<>.'*J!'4 al 3Iiii*ii*o*^«- 
l>oi*o. 



NEWS FROM RICHMOND | 
PAPERS. 



Qonoral Ncgloy's Demonstration 
upon Washmston. 



Barbarism in Arkansas. 



General Grant sends G.OOO troops 
to Memphis. 



Sumner's Division Embarked for 
tho Soiith, 



A.Ik Eltai.lAW or .'SlEHt.Y 
TO EX«>iI.AXO. 



Memorial of Senators to the 
President. 

ItnsEClL I .V,S' MIM r .S I -BUI 1 7/)/-7A 
'Plu' ./klrxbnjna i\t c<nn .Tai-inlo. 

3IIITISH VESSELS TO nUN 
THE BLOCKADE. 



FKOM CAIitcn 

CAi'to, .lannary '.'. 
S:>c'-h,l lH.roflrh toth'^ «-•.'. I'avl /•/-.•<». 
* Nothing from Viek.sburg to-ilay. Th*; 
Jackson Apiicnl, of the od, eharaeteri/es 
the light at that place as a trivial alVair, 
as far as the Conk- ierat"s are eoncerned. 
It savs Iheir los.s was .small, and places 
the Fe.h-ral loss at L»,t ><".». It reports tiie 
Federal troops falling baek as a trati 
■ or.d lo the Conleiier.1t.' 



auguring no p, 
cause. 

Tho telegraph is working in good order 
trom here to Memphis. 

.»;;>.-•.■../ T)i.^i/il<-h til th- .Sfxii't I'.iul PrfJi^. 

f "All;.!, .Ininiary V>. 

(len. (iorrian has not left Helena .is 
previously reported. 

Tiie m.iin body of (ien. Crac.t's anr.y 
is still at Holly .Springs. Tl.e garriscn 
at Corinth having been on half rations 
three weeks was reli'.vcd on Tuesday by 
the .-^Tfival of supply Ira'as Irom Mem- 



Ni:vv YoKic,.Ian. lo. 
It was veslerdav ci;rrentiy remarked in 
. Ivil eiieles in this eity, thai tx-mmodore 
\\ ilkes had been removed from command 
ot the 1 lying Sipiadron, lor having hiiled 
to obey onlcrs relative to ititereepting 
the Alabama. Allhougu iuquir.il abo'it 
iu w.ll int.irined circles, no dermltc au- 
thority is given lor the siatement. 

A MurliL-e.sbor.t lii.'patch s.ays the lo.«s 
ol the rebels increas«-s daily. Some of 
ih.eir vvoniidcd were sent to Lavergne 
yesterday. Many mor^- were Kit here 
bi:t civ.tiot be moved, as their wounds arc 
iVightful, .ind most of them «'annot live. 

J..\Ti;i:. — Lavcf'tie has been a<<iden- 
tally burned, so th.it the rebel wounded 
have to be sent to Na.-hville and theuco 
to Louisville for treatment. 

Ycstenbiy afternoon thctiewand splen- 
did sliip George Griswold, laden with 
gifts of foodfor the famished operatives 
of Lanca.shire, was tow.'tl down the Bay, 
atid this morning she will spread iiers.-.ils 
and start o!i her voyag .• ior the .shores ol 
England. 

As she moved down the bay she was 
saluted by several British vessels in the 
harbor, and the crowd of sailors andcit- 
i;:eus on her deck, as well as the sleatuer 
v.hich towedhcr out, and on other vessils 
in the vicinity, e.xhibiled tiieir generous 
enthusiasm by most voeilenms chi-ers. 
Xkw Yokk, Jan. M. 
The Tribune h.is tho te.\t of a memorial 
Itrcsented by the ilepidilican Senators to 
the Trcsident on the b'^th of last Decem- 
ber. Its tour propositions declare — 

Ift. That a vigorous prosecution Ot 
the war is necessary. 

•Jnd. That th<j Cabinet which ought to 
br- harmonious, is not, and therefore 
! i-hotild be m.id<! so. 

:)rd. That the Cabinet should be com- 
po.-ed of men who cordially supiiort the 
polii-y I'fthe (iovernmeiit. 

4th. That <;ener:<ls hi separ.tte com- 
mrmls should .ilso be heartily for the 



W.vsniNOTox, January «. 
Yesterday's Hichmond E-caminer, re- 
ceivi d via retcrsbnrg, says a great ex- 
pedition of gunboats and tr.insports under 
eommand oi Gen. Negley had left Fort 
.Monroe on the 1st i.ist., ior bome .South- 
ern port. 

From indications ileeuied unmist.ikable 
t!ic (-nemy is prej^ariug to make a great 
demonstration upon Gald.sboro or Wil- 
mington, and there is little doubt that the 
i-rst clash of Lrms will <ome to our ears 
ir.»m that quarter. 

In th.e South-west, hostile armies are 
probably both too mnc'i exhausted to <lo 
anything for a long time to come. 

The Grenada. Mis.s., Appenl, of tbe iM 
inst. s.iys, the Arkansas Legislature has 
imposed a fine of not less th.in .<."»,<)(>!), 
nor more than .-"ilO.diM) and imprisonment 
ia the penitentiary f.>r ."> or 10 years, up- 
on any pvrson eaught trailing with tb.e 
Yankee^. 

tU'ueral liiii.hnan's fi-oats bring the 
information th.it (un. (jrant has sent C,- 
(00 troops from Holly Springs to Mem- 
phis. It was believed that a large por- 
tion of his forces would join Mc'. lernand's 

expodilioii. 

W.vsiiiNOToN, .Ian. 10. 

Tlbc Hichmond Eyaviincr o{ the 8th 
says, a rumor was f urrent yesterd.iy that 
Gen. Sumner and his division left Acquia 
Creek on transports for the South. 

>:kw Y.iuk, Jan. 1". 

The following is from tb.e Itichmond 
papers : 

WiiMiNc.roN. N. C, Doc. SO.-TIie 
iron stcjiraer Girafl" with a valuable cargo 
of government store i an.l a special mess- 
enger from i:urope arrived at a confede- 
rate port to-day. 

The stermer Marion arrive.l from New 

Orleans on the "Jd. 

The news w.is uuimportatit. 

Banks was concentrating his forces at 

Cation Rouge. 



From Indianapolis. 

iN'OiAX.vroLis, Jan. 0. 
The election of United States Senator 
did not take place to-day. The Demo- 
cratic nominees are J. A. Hendricks and 
David Turpie. No business was transact- 
ed in the Senate for want of a quorum. 
The Republicans bolting the House re- 
fused to hear the Governor's message 
without a joint committee of both Houses. 
Tiie message refers principally to thu 
state of afTairs, endorses the emancipa- 
tion proclamation as a necessary war meas- 
ure, and says the people of the North 
must not be deluded with the idea that 
compromise is possible, or abandon its 
eirorts to suppress the rebellion. The 
State has furnished over 102,000 volun- 
teers during the war. 



Atkle of Fort SaelllasT. 

The following appears among the spe- 
cial dispatches of t lie N. Y. Tribune of 
the 7th inst : 

Your readers will remember the sale. 

by Secret arj- Floyd, ia June, 18.>7. of 
Fort Snelling, together with 8,000 acres 
ol land, to Franklin Steele (and others, 
whose names do not appear) for $90,000. 
The sale was a private one, no public no- 
tice whatever being given. The terms 
were one-third cash, one thiid in one year, 
and the balance in two years. These 
payments, as we are assured by a promi- 
nent citizen of Minnesota, have never 
been made: but Franklin is in|posession, 
and has been in posession since he pur- 
chased the property, the Government be- 
ing his tenant, and being eharged rent, 
as is believed, at a rate which will leave 
it In debt to Steele over and above the 
purehase money still due. This, not- 
withstanding that the fort was extensive- 
ly repaired last Fall, at the expense of 
the Government, which has used it since 
April, 1861, as the State reudevous lor 
volunteers. 



^m '^xttit^tmiA^. 



ip O U N 1) 



FROM WASHINGTON. 



DISPATCHES PROM GEN DIX. 



On the m.>rning of Friday, t'lc Mil inst., an 
O VF.ItCOAT. The owner can have It by proving 
properly and |>ayiugfor this adverti8eineut. Ap- 
ply at tills ollic*'. janll-lw 

rp () SKATERS. 
The Nortli\vest, 

I.S a newlr invented .Skate composed entirely of 
metal asd fastened by a screw an.l clamps, whicti 
attach it finnly to the foot, w itbout the use of 
straps. Il is warranted bUI'KltlOK TO ANV 
OTHKU .SKATE now in us».'. Trices according 
to number of boot, vii : 

Size of boot — 0, 1, 2 $3 &•> 

do do 3, 4, 5, 6 • 4 (M 

do do r. 8, '.>, 10 4 M 

On receipt of above price, atating size of boot. 
Skat-s wiU be forwarded by express, free of 
charge OKO. K. JsCUVILLE, 

janll-'^t (ti-i State »t., Chicago, 111. 

/^AMK TO MY ENCLOSURE 

about the 1st of Novcinl)er last, a spotted {rif^ 
an.l white) S TKKIt. three years old next .Spring, 
with tipped haru:<. The owner li hereby notilied 
to prove property, pav charges and take him a wajr. 

LOUIS FOKCKIU. 
Meudota, .Tan. 3d, 1R33. jm* d:Jw« 



NO TRUTH IN THE ItKPOKTOF .SUMNER'ri 
i:ilI»AUlvATlC>N. 



M c K E N T Y . 



» « ♦ ■ ♦ 



■:«TEWE»r«:^c« to the m.iiE- 
no.iu E i.^n«n.%.\TEE«(. 



The following extracts are found in a 
communication if the Secretary of t!ie In- 
terior, uniler date of December 1st, 1.S''.l>. 
to a committee of :he people of Meeker 
C'ounty. relative to the application of 
lands granted by Congn-ss for one Rail- 
ro.a<l, being aeti ally applied, under State 
Legislation for the construetion of anoth- 
er. It is tobe commended to the bo.ly now 
in session, in case any further attempts 
should be made to wini tlie thing otit of 

shape. 
"In a decision of .\ugnst Srth 1Vk«. my predeces- 
sor deterndned tb U the -roads" aiid''branch.«!.', 
mention.'d in the irtof .March M. IS-V, are under 
the term* of the liw, to bo regarded a.i s^.-jCTrate 
and di.otinct Railioa.ls. 

His decision i.« ba.s.^1 on tlic first, secou'I on>l 
third section* oft hat act.*' 

. • • • 

"It Is « remark obvlons to every one. th.it this 
department admi listers the acts of Congres.*, 
which alone has constitutional pow.'r t.> make 
grants of public land'i, where grant.s have b.'en 
made for Internal Improvements or other public 
use. The granfte, whether State or individual, 
has no no right t. divert the gratuity from the iis.. 
to which Coiigre-H has directed Its application, 
without the cons.'nt of that body." 



FROM BOSTON 

Sto-lnl Difi'otch totl'C S-iiit I'anl I'na. 

I'.o.sToX. .Ian. '.*. 
Gov. .Viidrew's me.ssage was delivefc.l 
to-day and is very lengthy. Th' agirre- 
.^regate number of troc»ps raised by tlcj 
State is CiO.o.mi. The banking instiut.Ions 
:ire r.-ported to be in a souml con.lltion. 
In conelu.sion the Governor alludes to the 
p.atriotisiu ol Mas.'iachusttts soldicra and 
cltilizens and says thev are I nionists in 
no doiibhi sense. We have h'.'ld from 
the beginning that the Government is 
"reater than any class of men .ard inter- 
ests, and has an original right to the devo- 
teiland hearty service of ev.-ry snbjeet and 
power. We deny the rightlulncss of the 
rebellion, and we are in arm.s against it. 
and we have equ.illy denied th.at the rebel 
States coiiM rightfully be .allowed to itti- 
pose tln'ir treascmablc will upon .any hu 



FKOM NASHVILLE. 

S'j-'Udt J)i.^!>'il-h iotlu ,<'i'>it r<i".' I'ivs-'. 

N.vsin ii.i.:;,.!an. !». 

Col. Loomis. ju.-t from the front, re- 
ports that all is well. 

llo.-^eerans li;'s inlu.«ed tintiring vigil- 
ance and activity in the wlude army. 

Bragg made a si»eech at Winchester on 
W.-dnesday, apologii ing for his relrcsit. 
He (-alls it a case ol necessity. 

.\ body ol rebel cavalry, 'JOO strong, 
maile a da-h on the Chattanooga Railroad 
to-day, M miles o;it, and cajitured :ind 
destroyed the locomotives arriving vrith 
deal and woiuided soldiers irom the .ield 
of battle. 

The regiments were so terribly h.andlcd 
that no lists have as yet been prepared, 
but every eflbrt is m.iking to procure 
complete rolls of the «load, woniided and 
inis.sing. 



'• The certainly of title, the freedom (Vom sns- 
pldon of invalidity, is an essential element In the 
price of lands, and we may th.'r.-fore assume, that 
the State and In r representatives, iu di-l>osing 

for railroad 

inter' 

conferred up- 

to give tbe cue to tbe Festival of tbe 8th j onth«m by the t>t of Coofress making tbe grant." 



that Mr. Sprigff Hall, instead of his old of any lands graated ly Congress for ra. 
. ... , , , .^ II , purposes, will b. Induced, from motirti of i 

lavonte "Briz,' should have been allowed | J^ ^^ ^^^^^^ ^ti^^iy to the powers oonferr« 



mat! belli" whose interests or desiie would 
make him loyal. While our wives sur- 
rendi.T their husbands ami our lathers 
their soiii^ to all the perils of dicadtul 
war, we have never diM-overed a reason 
why the rebels shotdd retain their 
.slaves and compel them to bi; rebel? too. 
.Supporting always the Government with- 
out conditions as to its |!idi(\v, we rejoi.n-! 
with mv.'.tterable joy that its jioiiey is 
that of hum.an nature .and not tint ol Ini- 
maii sophistry-. 

FROM SBRINGFIELD. 

.Cpcciol l>i,p('t'-h r> th,- St. Pmil Pv**. 

.siM:isr.Mi;i,i>, Ii.r.. .T.^n.9 

Richardson was nominated for .Senator 
on the first ballot at the Democratic cau- 
cus. It is thought th.at this is a great tri- 
umph of the more conservative portionof 
the party. An immense Union meeting 
is being held to-night at this jdace. 
.Speriaf T)i-pati-h lo the .tf. P'lfl /'r.,-.*. 

I.NDI.VNA'OLIS, Jan. 9. 

The Democrats in cancu.t nominated D. 
Tnrpie a d Hon. F. A. Hendricks lor V. 
S. Senators. 
Spfcinl dU,Mtch to the St. rani Pn-'.^. 

L.W«sixr., Jan. 9. 

Hon. Mr. Cluandler is re-elected to the 
office of United States Senator for six 
years. Traitors denounce it as an out- 
rage. 



FROM MEMPHIS. 
.<f2>rrM n',*pot<h lo the .St. Paul Prcf*. 

Mr.vipiiis, J.in. 9. 
Rithmond pajx-rs say that Sherman lefl 
t^iekasaw Bay and reported going to 
Snyder's Blulls on the Yazoo, where it i.^ 
siqiposed he will .attemj>t to storm our 
works. 



— The Albany Arjus is not lavish ol 
tributes to p.ditical opponents, but we 
find in its issue of the 1st the following: 

Gov. M(M!<;vN. — We know that w.' 
cxpres? the sentiments of every citizen of 
Albany, when we say that Gov. Morgan 
earrie-s into retirement tln'ir best wishes 
He has with great fidelity, hdlilled the 
duty of his high ofliie : and has by his 
hibors. in forwarding the contiiigetit of 
New York to the Federal armies, luagni- 
I'led our great and noble State. Every 
citizen of New York must recogni/.o his 
service:, in this particular. 

The citizens of Albany have additional written 
causes of gr.ititnde to him. They will 
not readilv f.>rget his personal kindnes,s 



v.ar. 

Gen. Rosecran's army, known .as the 
1 llh lorys, ha.s bi-eii subdividcl into three 
^.„rps— the 1 Uh, 21st and 22d. This will 
increase the rank of all stail* ollicers oi 
Geiier.ils commanding the wings. 

A illspatch from Newbern, .T.an. Oth. 
re]>orts that 4.UO0 rebels are at Golds- 
boro and Kingston. 

The rebel steamer AlaVnuna ca^ne with- 
l-i 1:.' hours of being captured last month, 
December nth. The Alabama reached 
Desert I.-hmd, Bon (iuilla, oie of the 
L.TWard Islands, wh-re she coaled, and 
lel't on the K'.tli for San .Licinto, and ar- 
rived there on the 1 Hh. 

The Tiuir.s special says the commitlei; 
of the House to whom were referred the 
I (incstiors of emancipation, h.ive instruct- 
' ed their chairman to report a bill appro- 
priating $lo,Ot»0.(«»0 to .aid the State of 
Marylanil in emancipating her slaves. 

The llc-,iihr.i special, dated Washing- 
ton, says : It is state.i here th.-.t private 
letters have been received from England 
announcing that there are now at «ea forty 
vessels that h.ave been fittcdout and load- 
ed in British ports with a vii'W to break 
the blocktide of Southern ports. 

These vessels are lailen with anns, am- 
munition, clothing, shoes, medicines, iS.'c. 
\{ is also stated that a large amount of 
Coniederate bonds. sr?ure«l by a pledge 
of cotton at 7 cents ikt pound, h:is been 
sold in England at the rate of live .shil- 
lings to the pound ^teI•ling, and that by 
these sales 7oO,00<^ pounds sterling had 
been realized by the agents of the Con- 
iederate government. 



"\V.\siriNr.Tox, .fan. 10. 

Tlte following has been received at 
head<iuarter.T : 

FoKTKKs.s Mo.MtoK, Jan. U— (Jeneral 
Ila'.leek: A party of cavalry and infantry 
wci-c sent from Yorktown by General 
Keys .and landed at West Point night be- 
fore last and ri^turnod to-day with a 
(juantlty of animals and eight loaded 
wagons'. They d.'stroye:1 the depot and 
rolUng ; lock at White House, burned a 
steamer and several sloops, boats and 
barges lach-n with grain, sustaining no 
loss -whatever 
Sir.ietl, 



XT E N R Y 

r>K.\i.Kr. IX 

R^E^^L ESTA.TE, 

.SAINT PAUL, MIXNE.SOTA. 
A^~Will also locate Land Warrants and sell 



Real Estate on CommiDsion. 



Jan8-d&wly 



.1(111 x A. m.v. 



II 1 iDor MtTKr.s Ai:m Y or thi: 1'otom.\<', j 

.la'iuary 10. S 

All is quiet. A thorough inspection of 
the lifdit 12 pounder ammunition shows it 
to be prim-ipally worthless, the fuses being 
badly tilled, several casualties occurred 
from them to our own imn during the re- 
cent battle. 

There is no truth in the report in Rich- 
mond papers of Sumner's deb.arkation. 
He still occupies his position hi front of 
Fredericksburg. None knev.- this better 
than rebel military authorities, as daily 
lla"s of truce go over under his super I 



/COLONELS AND PRIVATES. 



ors and Sei"geant.s, 

And all other 

MILITARY MEN. 

Will dnd at 

K I L P A T K I (J K ' S , 

The best assortment ot 

MILITARY BOOTS, 

At very low prlc^j. 



MOll. 



FROM ST. LOUIS. 

!*l-WXt;riEE» l-«OMABEli' C.ll*- 
Tl'DEIt. 

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Jsr. Louis, Jan. 9. 
Balloting in the Legislature for United 
States Sen.ator presents no new feature. 
.\ bill from Mr. Glower received in the 
House to-d.ay, takes strong grounds in 
favor ol the President's Proclamation. 
Stahans Bill, disfranchising the rebels was 
waruily discussed, but no action has been 
Liken, Communication with Springfield 
is still broken. A party sent from Leba- 
non to repair the line, has not been heard 
from, and apprehensions are felt tliat they 
have been captured. The ophiion. strong- 
ly prevails that Springfield has been cap- 
tured. 



JUST RECEIVED A MAO.MKICENT LOT OK 
nOl'DLE SOLE CALF HAIR LIXBU 

BALMORALS. 

Every man desiring comfort and health, should 
have a pair of these. 



Advices Prom New Orleans. 
Nkw York, .Tan. 10, 

Secretary Cfiase held a conference 
with the Bank Presitleuts to-night. Dan- 
"eioiis counterfeit lives oi the bank of i 



Dick McCann's Exploit near Chat- 
tanooga. 

Lorisvii.i.K, .Tan. 1. 
Dick McCann attacked a construction 
train at Antioch, nine miles from Chatta- 
nooga, and destroyed a locomotive and 



Wonieu'ei, Mlssea*and Cliildreri*^ 

BXOW BOOT;S. 
^i-ctics Sc £{ixffa.Ioes« 

We Invite Ca.sh Buyers. 

jaiiH 

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ASSIGNEES' SALE OF BOO'ls 
AND SIIOK.S. 
Must l>e sold for the b«neUt of credttora, at th ■> 
New York Store, Third street, half a blook belo-v 
the Bridjre. 
4S~ A'oic <*- the time to get Enrgaina. 

M. WHITE, 
o'.il-3m rraetical Itoot and Shoemaker. 



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lOUX DEPREDATIONS. 



Amevica, in this city, arc said to be >" L^^.^ ears at Mile Bridge, .and captured 
eirculation, distinguish.ible only by the ^^^ j^^.^,^,^ builders, and paroled them 
fact that the signatures and dates are eu- 
<;raveil. while in the genuine they are 
Advices from New Orleans n'- 



Bosocrans' Retaliatory Order. 

N.v.siivii.i.r., .Tan. 9. 
port that the rebels have 12,<X>0 men and . (Jeneral Rosecrans orders all captured 
:Vj THUS at Port Hudson. The earth- rebel oflicers confined until DavLs' order 



a-id hospilalitv, or the zeal with which lie , , , , , • • ^ i • * 

and his inestni.able wile have entered works are said to be four miles m extent, is revoked, the rebel prisoners to subsist 

every measure of public sjiirit of Im- 'j'],,, Capitol at Baton Rou 

ity or charity. The greetings of the ^.^j . jj^^ recently with i 
New- Year, which they will receive to- 
day, will bo warm with greatful feelings 
and kind remembrance. 



into every measure oi pnoiic spirit oi nu- i j im lapitol at liaton liouge was destroy- ^ on army rations, the food contributed by 
inanity or charity. The greetings of the ^.^j ^^. jj^.^. r^.cciiy ^ith many thousand fricnds4o be used for hospitals, and re- 

raro and valuable books, papers, &c. ! petitions of contributions to constitute jail 

Loss $70,000. * offense. 



Indemnity can be had. 

Steps are being taken by the Government to a- - 
certain who have suffered loss in property, cut 
the extent of such loss, by the late Sioux fndian 
outbreak, with the view of adjusting the sani.- . 
The undersigned hare all the necesi«aryformB,ab.l 
are poiisessed of kuperior advantagea for luviu:; 
the^e claims allowed aud aettled in tbe abones; 
possible time, and w ill give special attention t.< 
such as are place«l in their hands. 

SMITH & GILMAX, Att meys. 

St. Paul, Sept. C4.18fl«. 



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ORSE STRAY'ED OR STOLEN. 



A light bay MAKE was stolen last Novenb-r 
from Fort Suelling. She had a white spot on h .- 
forehead ; black mane aud tall; is nearly four ywu ■ 
old, and is with foal. 

Whoever will return her to tbe •ubscriber wlU 
receive the abo<r- reward. 

anft-ltd&Stv JOHN WKHZE, Shukopee. 



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UM.lor l:is eotniiiaua -a rivi-r steamer and , opinion that wl.at was done at Liverpool 



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the brij; Somers 



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airect inlVingement of the Foreign 



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AUSI^KSS 



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KC<M)ic, Ag)>nt for Singer's Sewing Slachtnps 
Tliinl street, St. Anthony, uoar llie Winslciw 



pUnUSllKDBY THE 

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on :i-i--.\i».toiNiNr. tmk r.Kinc.K. 

auiJU.a.uiTici'T ii...ma ..(■•,,r. / './ //i <f./i .()« .. 

TIM-WK.t-'KKY rr.K.-i^— ^". ,.,t .i;in;nu; i?-*."'!" 
t,irMx moiii;ir<; i»i.::. Ii>ri:iriviu..iit!i>; i.y >•«)}>• 



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Ten Uncs f" .i >' . . , , 

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<>"•» tim- 

Irirt'x tiiiu'-' 

On.' U'-rl. 

r«o ivi'i'h'* 

Oil.' nmii'.i 

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ri.rf.- iitMnli>.. 

Six i'.ir>a!!i^ 

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'"r." VI 1 • » tliiioii i>ri«i> oTtaiii iirom'.-<sory nidt'* main- i>y : i nis oia esuiuu8ii<>a noiiso is in ii 

.,.,.,..^..,1 fl... l'-..i.n,iv oMU'.htion laon ill a Conletlerate port. J^he »>'»•"*"; ,aia.iohu i:. In in--, imabl.- to tli.-or.liT ..f Mid , ^^d U prepared to furnish meals at all hours of 
(ommaiitl llie J aMj:iia\ e.\piaiiu)n. .... . , ._ ! ,„„rii».iL'.... and I»a;in«evfn date with said niort- ' 



the j:nuH-sh Ih.- when she wants to eou.o | "•'•'^^:«.;j;;;^;i;::;V;?;^l?a:^^^^^^^^^ ! the day or night. The bar i« supplied with th« 

o»,.n.^.i,l.. inv sliin si'ts the .ship on lire I Sllv dii.- and unpaid, u,mu fuid notes and morf- very U'st li<,uoii. The larder i* alwayn full. Oys- 
a!on.-:M(k an\ Miip. si is • i ,i,..ti.ie ..r this notice, the m.m ot six . tersafJiand .10 cent* per dozen. Uot CoflTee, 



■ut.rf 1 Wa.shinston as Seivvtary of the Lij^ht- , i > ^-o- . i, , , „ , 

i>:;.--. i, ,,.,._, .Vss..ciatc-(1 in .ill the viU- l^v ni^ht. an.l when any other vessi^ , ,i,,,u,.,,H tour h.n.dn^^^^ 



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First iu->Tti.>ii-- 

Each sub jciiu'iit ius.TriiMi..; 



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;uie(n:aIly»hsIionor;il>leeomratlefmployf»l 
in the Di-partim-iit. the three .smveeileil 
in ah.^tractini; hiij^e sums from tlie 
United Stall's Tre.isiiry. .Sofp'tary Dix 
lisi-overi'tl the t!^ -its. and disinis.-;ed 
[UKf. i Scnr.iu's and his t Uri'-al eonlrere. and 
I'oth h'll ^Va^hinull)n Ibrgettin;: to pay 

11 
ol' 

s 

uui'iiiii nil- •••• .^i. ....• -.- r.i;,.,r;,i navv, was re^anh d as a lazv, .«hirkin;r 

li -ijH-i.s Xoiii'f!". I'U.fti'^Kil III tilt' i.ii.ton.u . . - 

e,i . - oftfu iiu.'-' I'i- utu!'^- «'•' l>.« i!iar- ii. oili.'iT, w'losf londiess for iiionev canscd 

r,.:;., ;l:,....Mon, u:..d.Uar:. r fu ..:... ^^.^^^ ^^^ ^j„,^.^^ j,^ hal'iliments notovor 

J-^- .■ ,: J.^l-luiSrorowi^wia .hat.lvorrespertfnl. IliswilVatuldan;;!.- 

tiTs >idl pa.'^s most of their tunc m t m- 
o!miati. 



S.'iiinic.s v,-.as sndd. nly transferred to 

Wa.shinf:ton ; 

hoiiso Hoard. Ass.u-iated in an me vm- -• -n - - . -, , ^ i ii.inv e.'nls(*f.,l.s»».-«>.) , , 

-,.• ■ ....,.,>: i.v- I, ,1,11 »;ii.l..ll and I'onus down to help It, she seizes it also, i ^^,-.1 ,i„. ,;,„linor.sap>e, did. on thesothday of 

p'.Itonnirseoneoete.l l>v .John Mult 11 an.l ii> i i t . . ;. ir,./M N\VveiiiU,r \. i.. iv.?. pay certain delin-iuenttax- 

and afterwards rohs ami bnrns it. »» ^'^ | ;;;;\;J;['\Vh; .a/.rt^aR.d preini..e8. n^^ 

i/Vcmr rilncnsoryew Vorl.; it tcouhl • -- |';:''>;--;^- ;'|;:'V;,rX;".r:^"S^S 

ri'iirii-r a mile 7H"/V f'tl^HllCtS thttll I.v iviiuli aiiioiiiit, Willi interest at twelve per cent. 

^ .. , . •,.,„,..,,•„,, I per anui.t...ln.m said •-•ml. Nov.. lM-.-.'.(aiiioumii.K 

ahoiciuii tiim cniinliij on forcojn iirusiions \ j^^ ,i,i^,[ii,,. ,„ sir-Mii) the said inortKaKee wnl 



.TL.AJ>IES» SKL^TES, OEIVT'S SliATES, 

SLEIGH BELLS, SLEIGH BELLS, 

IIORSK BLANKETS, TllUiNKS AND VALISES. 

-A. Xjarge Lot just Opened Yjy 

c. PRO AL , 



MOFFIT'S CASTLE, 

January 11, 1SC3.— ly. 



COR. FOURTH AND JACKSOX-STS. 



r::s-U Xd;.rti..n:uu:stnil.li.Ue!arth*.ey->.nse i'otl. lelt >> a>nin-M.n lorget.inj, ,o jm, 

• ti*".Vtt..ni.>\.s"r.t'Ti >s. u: 1 ncr d-^f V " ■''■■ tlu'ir di'hfs. renri'sentn'tr theinsi'lves a.'^ 

e Ic'ii tir.KV'linx-. I'lil '■^l''"'"'"—"' ••''*'"''■' ' , , ', • n 

• oirVl,;iv.-.v i.i aUi.lavit. fuMi-I-.c..^ -.->t ::■'- iH-ipf uiiaMe to do o, wiion it was well 

Svi::;':;' :;;iuu; dir^v.M ,bf^!.;t;.^ known th.y carri- l on- lar^^e snms ol 

U^iJlvtrri^iS'a:^;;' r"l''ln:i!!'ri::" -w^^ ^^oM. S-'mnu's whi! • in the Tniteil States 



of 
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uuelnll the \V.'.kl> rut;'- ii-l.l.d. 



, , , j7 t „' ,//,.,■ w/'/i irA;/./! elaiin! and i«ll"i'l wilh and as part of llie amount 

tohwkvponthat an a Itiattei V iJi ''''*''*]*;:;."';;.,, i,,. said nio.l);a«e, n.akin.!? the entire 



Stoaka, &c., &c. Give me a call. 
fobUO-dly II. F. E. VITT. 



wc have no concern. 

r„it tlure an- Ministers in onr Cahinet 
as re.solvi'dau'ainstany treason to freedom 
on this .piestion as I am, ami there are 
nnmbers ol the Eiifrli-sU aristoera.y of the 
verv highest rank w„o hold the same 
opiiiion as 1 do ; but we hnve had every 



aiiioiiiit elalinetl to be due at the date of this no- 
ii(<' f.>ri>riii<ii)al and iutenst upon the ^aid inort- 
K I"'- iiii-la.liiin the sinu so paiil lor taxes with in- 
t«iv>i llieieon lo this date itie just and full sum of 
'^ll ll.*)'J.'.M * 

^ And no suit or proeeedingat lawhasb»>en insti- 
tuted to recover thu drl.t >ecured by said uiort- 
Race, or uiiv part tliereof; . 

llie morl^^asied preiiii..^«-» are described as fol- 
lows, vi/. : Al'ltlio^e tnicts, pieces or jiarcels ol 
land situate and Iviiij; in Kainsey Voimtv, .Miiine 
sola, known aii<( designated as lots nuinberecl 



L.VND Warrants, Half Breed and Ilovolu 
tionary Scrip— all eizea— prices. 
Jy28 THOMPSON BKOS. 

Frrsii Ovstkus — Just received, and will be 
received daily. Also, Boiled Chicken, Steaks, 
Veal Cutlets, Ham and Kggs, served up in the 
best manner. Liquors and Wines of all kinds. At 
the Old Xapoh'on Kcstaurant, opposite the Ame- 
ioaa Uonse. 

■16^n r. X. HKITZ. Proprietor. 



be chu -'.d u..' u.-....Ua;.-- aiul ai..-!iah ud.lui.'uu. . 
if mi.l.T tli.lt am.Hiut, liltvc. Blstoreuca msci tio.i. 

Ye:ulv a.he.u«.'r:. tojitiy .i'iar:;'ii.'. 

Advt-rti*.u.eM,s lor .i less umo than t.ir- ■ 
moutli^. t • I'l- p.ii>' iu a-i'aiu '. 

AnV'.-.'.MI'lN'- I.V Wl.r.Ivl.Y. 
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IVKrM-n;EO"l'i;::N. ;> -■•. .\n!h..i;\, wil; a._: ;i- 
Ajfi>«i'»*-'irx-, : • . i'ui.Y l-i:i-.-> in ili> n' j 

re^-re-.-rive ton .. • j 

To Our Subscribers and Friends, i 



The cniirrtiixi* iiUTearf ia tli.- price ef priiiti:!:,' 
papi-:- :i".d .'.!!i.'ri.i it'Ti.i's it-e.l in priitt-ii- iievv- 
|»j!::ifrr.o .Tii; 'S i - I-' i^i :."-^':'iO pvi.-.: of t!!'' 

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i:io:>M<'iit WiMTth Ur a BrlfHls «»atra- 
iiiiiii on .Impriraii .Affair*. 

Anion tr the last i ews from Europe we 
und a sp-eih of .Mr. Brijrht. at l>irminc:- 
hain, from whieh ve take the following: 
r\trart : 

"Is there a man here who donht.s for a 
moment that the ain of th.eSonth in this 
eontest is to maintain and perpetnate the 
l.ondiLre of four millions of l.nman be- 
iii_'-i^ "rii.crs.] A'es. her objebt is to.<?»'- 
,■;'•■ ,'',/v, /' '■' " h'V.'lfnl nfirhite men xJtolj 
!.,,-:I it i.r.r iiiiUi'VH >•/ men made hhicl: 
hvthe rnn/ Jkvi'I that md'Ie u<t ir,'//"/-'. 
rCheers.] Her o''jeet is to retain the 
power to breed negroes, to lash neirroes, 
!o chain them, to !>iiy .and sell ne^roej. 
to deny tliem the iiijoyment of the eom- 
monest f.tmilv tie>, to bre.nk their he.art> 



COOLE^^, C^R-VER, & CO., 

(.Successors to Coolkt, Towku & Co.,) 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

Ooinmissioii IVJ[ei:*clia.iitsi9 

IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQVOIt 

FRUITS, NUTS, WINES, &c., «£c., 
JACKSON STREET. BETWTEEN LEVEE AND THIRD, SAINT PAUL, JkiINN 



- '. .' wet'kly •-'' 

:. 1 .: ..■;..• i >;• -:.;■ '.iia ' in ud\;;u<:e, 
r., '■ ;.'ry-.>:iror.' .S Oo 

. ,. ;., ;. .. .-. ,. .' to p.^viUedif- i by rending them ;it their pUasnre. to 
.. I'.i;:. ;l.. 1 w.vkl: r.ite4i;iuwKe.v. , ilo.-e their mental eyes ajrainsi a jrlinipse 



or. ' r 
a! .. 
Clul'- 



i;:i-\vi:!:Ki.Y ri:i:>^. 

•. 1.1 ;'i ji !• ..;.':• firan.v t;!'ie i: 

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■ '■•'s. ■:..•'! 

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V. \ ;.u; V i';:i>'. 

Ono Clip;.- 'in '" : 

r;vc" or in 'r>' : -■ . ::.' y.j ;•• 

Teu or more Ck»;ji 'i tacli. oii-* yt -ar 

TweaTv or in.ire c^in!''* eartt. one '-far 

JCif AV. -'■■ ~ '■' !-;-;.> ^''".>' ii> "•>'• ^^■'''' 



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of th:U knowledge whieh sep.ar.ates n.s 
from tlie brute er -ation. for in .aeeor- 
dan.o witli th.ir l.iws it is a penal act to 
learn a nt>i:ro to read. [Hear, hear.] 
I wish to know thi n. whether this is to be 
made the fjtmdati m as is promised of a 
new slave empire, whether it is intended 
that on this infernal basis a new. alliance lor 
i:n;.:land is to b -ilt np. [Cheers.] It 
has been said th.at Greece was reeoginized 
bv this ^orintry, bnt not until she h.ad 
fon;;ht Turkey r)r si.x years, nor did 
France reeo;rnize the United States of 
.Vmerica until live or six years after the 
AVar of ImUpen lenee: and I want to 



gk'rriiiK**' tof>ri)fral Dutlor. 

General li.'' r w;>.s seren.aded on the 
Silinst.,at t".;'.- Xat;..;;al Il-t.l. In rec- 
ognition ol xhc comtiliineiit he modest iv 

said — 

>lv !;>;:•.•.- Mintrv men— This isn.> tin" . , . ,. 

for makiu,' speeches. 1 have to than:. ; ^""^v ^vho they are who speak ... favor of 
yo'i lor tliis most kind greetin.-. Thci- Knirland lieeomingso cai^erly the ally ol 
is no ri' var 1 lo;- a !> illic servant like tie- , ^\^\^ great eonspiraey airainst linman na- 
fomiUL'nd.ttiouol those who have a ""'S'''^ I {,„.,. [Hear.] I sli-'uld have no objee- 

to his servi.'e--, ami fur il:is liatteriiijiman- . ' '- . . • i i 

ifr"^;!,'.. .t^onr regard I pr.v v^u w:U ! t-onto reco^n;.e;. country s.iiM.ly because 
accept my heartfelt thanks. ; it was one that held slaves. It would be 

Tiie anlience were soin-whu -.irprised : absurd to refuse to hold political relations 
bv t!.is bi- vlt". . ;::m1 ::!:-i- some c;ncri:l;.^ j with a State simp'y because within it such 
i.'iter-pe;>ed Vitli Uu;.'hrer ani cri.s of ; an institution as .s la verv happens loe.Nist: 
••.Mii:: a:il sv.-e :."' withdiew. In tli- ' but m the ease ol the South we have a 
pari >:■ (iiueral Ibitbr was ^.Mvetcl b.\ , new State, whieh purposes to set itself 
nianv n; : N. < >n.- l.'.dy s.ii.l to him thit , upon the sole basis of slaverj-, and of 
she was happv to jjrasp the only man who j which slavery is jaid to be the chief eor- 



coul I mana'ie th>- .*'icrr>.-ioni-t> of New 

Orleans, asid ?he hoj. d he wouhl do the 

same j^'oo 1 v.ur.x In C!i;vrle>ton. 

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Xiui;;ratton Treaty IVIth Bolivia. 

lion. l>. K. <.'artf r. United States Min- 
ister to Ibjlivia, returned in the .\riel. and 
is now ia ^Vasllin^ton. He has partially 
ne-'otiatcd a treatv with that eoun'.rv, ly 
whii.limiuy v.i'uible privileges of coloni- 
zation will be atVordfd li such inhabitants 
of the United -Stales as may clioo>i; to 
use thetn, in easy the measure shall be 
eonsummated. 

By the ti-rins of thi.s priiposed treaty, 
the Bolivian (rov>riunent ;.^i\es to the em- 
i;;rants fnnu the United .States no.s(.-ssion 
of a line tra<;t of country, lyin^in the Val- 
ley cf the Upper Amaxtm, and equal in 
extent to two or time of our Western 



ner stone. I have heard, indeed, that 
there are IMinisti rs of State who favor of 
the South; that there are members of the 
ari^tocr.acy who ire terrilied at the shall- 
ow ot the jjreat llepiiblie at the other 
.side of the .Vtlantic ; that there 
are rich men whose view.s of this 
(piestion are has .'d altogether upon their 
Selfish interest ; ind that there .are con- 
ductors of the public press who would 
barter the rights of millions of their fel- 
low creatures thut they might bask in the 
smiles of the preat. Bnt I know that 
th:re aic Ministirs of State who do not 
wish that this insurrection should break 
up the American Union; that there are 
members of our aristocracy who are not 
afraid of the shadow of a republic; that 
tliere are man\ rich men who are not 
cepraved by tlu ir riches ; and that there 



States. Not onlv wiil the colonists re- i -ire public writers of eminence and honor 



ceive the fc of the suil, but also the (uiv- 
ilegc of muni.'ipal and local governmi.-nt. 
such as are enjoyed by the several States 
of our Union, .<^ri'iji-ct ot.Iy to the 
supreme power of the realm. 

The country is spoken of in terms of 
the highest praise, both as regards .•■oil, 
climate and lacilities lor commerce. It is 
penetrated by the ?>Ia leira and other Am- 
azonian trii 

f;-om the Atlantic ci>a-t. Tiie jiruiccthas 
not reference alone to the negroc.s whom 
•we may desire to ihporf, but is also 
worth V of consideration from the white 
citizens of this country. 

As after the war, a large nnni])cr of 
rebels, too guilty to st.ay here, but not 
sufficiently criminal for the gallows, will 
reed some j)romised land, it is suggested 
that our (iovernment might at the same 
time execute justice and .^how mercv Lv 
prjviding th'-m ^u h a honi) as this. 



who will not barter human rights for the 
patronage of the great; but most of all, 
and before all, I am sure that in Lan- 
cashire, where the working men have seen 
themselves goin ; down from prosperity 
to ruin, from im cpondence to subsistence 
upon charity, the unenfeanchi.ieil but not 
/t'>]fh'ss millioi .t of' this country, will 
never si/mpafliiz: Kith a revolt tchich in 



lutaries, and easily a.-cessil.h' i intended to destroy the liberty of a Conti- 
nent, and to bn Id on its ruins a mifjhty 
fabric of huma i bondage. 

But it is s.aid the Northerucrs do not 
likens all. Itimotal all neeess.ary that 
they should lik; us. [A laugh.] Does 
anybody believi- that the South likes us ? 
We all know that when the South was in 
power, as it 1 .as been for many years, 
in the Unitetl States, hostility to this 
cjuntry was t hcrished and stimulated 
to the utmost degree by some of the very 
leaders in the itresent insurrection. With 
regard to the /.labaina, in America, they 
they say, 1 k low not how truly, that 
she 19 a ship of war built by a member of 
the British P;irliainent, furnished with 



been able to ,j,t /V.and 1 h -nor th.at p.'pu- 
laiion [or their fidelity to their principles 
and to freedom, and I say the combict 
tb.ev have pursuevl ought to atone in the 
minds of the pe.iple of the United States 
for miles of leading .articles written by the 
London IVess — by men who would barter 
every human right to serve th-- party with 
whieh they are assoeiatt d. How, I ask, 
comes it, that on the Continent of Europe, 
there is not a liberal iiewsp:iper nor a 
liberal politician, that durst s.ay, or ever 
thought of saying, one word in favor of 
that portentous ami motneiitous .'hajjc 
which now asks to be received hito the 
fiimily of nations? The late Count Ca- 
vour luad no dlliicnlty in deeidiug on this 
point. Ask (;aril)aldi (cheers)— ask Kos- 
suth, whether slavery has nothing to do 
with this strife. .\sk Victor Hugo, the 
poet of fnedoin and exponent of the 
vearnings K^i all mankind for the better 
time— ask .any man in Europe who opens 
his lips or indites a sentence lor fret dom, 
on whieh side your .sympathies should be. 
(Hear.) Why, in all parts of the world 
except this island, lamed lor its freedom, 
ijoH do not find onrmr.n speakinif in favor 
of the South; aiel why is not that done 
here? I'll tell you the .-eason. Onr Lon- 
don Tress is mainly in the hamls ot certain 
ruling West-end classes. It acts in favor 
of those classes. One of the most cmi- 
m'lit statesmen in this country, al- 
th.ou'h not an oflicial .statesman, said 
to me: ** I h.ul not an idea how much 
iulluence the example of the Hepnblic 
was having upon opinion here until 1 dis- 
covered the Hnivers.al congratulations on 
the prospect of that Bepublic breaking 
up:*' but I maintain after all that the peo- 
ple do not err. Free States are the home 
of the workingman. In Ufleen years 
•_*,.J')O,<X>0 of our countrymen and I'oun- 
trywomcn have left us for the United 
States, every one of whom, speaking gen- 
erally, is in a much better position in 
point of comfort than if they had re- 
mained here. :\s if, .as one of America's 

own poets sa d : 
••For her free latchstring never was drawn in 
A.^iinst thep-jof.-;! child of AJjm'a kin." 
In America tkere are no six millions of 
"rown men exelnded bv the Constitution 
from political rights; there is a free 
church, a free school, a free hand, a free 
vote, a free career for the child of the 
humblest. Xo ! countrymen who work 
for your living, remember that there trill 
be one irild tt/iriel: oyfreedum to atartle 
all mankind if thut R' public is ovtr- 
throicn. 

The leaders of this revolt oppose by 
their Constitution this simple thing — that 
over a territory some forty times as large 
as England the blight and bondage of 
slavery .shall be forever perpetuateil. I 
cannot my.self believe in suclia fate befall- 
ing tiiat fair land, stricken thought it be 
liy the ravages of war; I cannot believe 
tl..at civiliz.ation in its journey with the 
sun will sink into endless night lo gratify 
the ambition of the leaders of this revolt, 
who seek to "wade through slaughter to 
a throne, and shut the gates of mercy on 
mankind.'" [Cheers.] 1 have another 
and far brighter vision before my gaze. 
It inav be but a vision, bnt I will still 
cherish it. / sec one va.'it confederation 
xtretehinij from the frozen North in one 
unbroken line to the ghnciny South, and 
from the wild billows of the Atlantic to the 
ealmei waters of tlic Pacific main, and I 
see one law and one lamjucije and one 
faith, and over all that wide continent the 
home of freedom and a refuge f>r the op- 
pressed of ccerg rare. [Loud cheers.] 



numbered one f 0. two (J), three (.r,, four (I), live 



(••'. .-Ix t-e.se.en ;;). elgiit (s). nili«' OJ). ten (10), 
eleven (li), and twrlvc ('-.'. >u block nniul>er.-.| 
sev.'n;v-se>en (,",). ori)a\foiHt Irvine's Adilition 
to .'St. I'a.il, Hceoidiiig to t' o pLits or inap.s of said 
Adililions resiiei'tiv.lv, of record in llieolhccot 
lie- .ieyi -n-r of l)ee>l.^ «d" saiil Itani.sev county. 

Now, lli>Tefor<', noiiii- is hereby given, that by 
virtue of til' power of sale in said niorigagc »on- 
t iin>d, ;niil pnr'iiant to the statute in ^acll casi- 
node and Jirovidcd, \\v »;ii<l mortjiage will l»e 
for iIo»i il bv a sale ol tlie said inortg.iged preuii- 
<eN at piil)iie vendue, to the highest bidiler. at the 
front door of the ( ourt House, in the city ot 
Saint I'atil, in said countv of Kanioy, on Thuis- 
dav, liie •-•.111 day ot .lannnry, a. i». l.sfhl, at t<n 
o'do. k ill lb'' lorVuoon td' t!;al day. 
L)au'd»t. I'atil, IKeenilx-r 1 ilh, A. P. InV,'. 

WILLIAM II. i;.\NI.-s, Morlgiig'^e. 
ni<;i:LOW & Dai.UV.MI'LK, Attorneys lor Mort- 



TF YOU WANT TO GET THE 

niETTIEST RAUIORAL SKIRTS, 

You ever saw, go to 

IIOGAX & CAMP'S. 

If you want to get the 

Best Hoop Slcirt, 

Y'ou ever had, go to 

IIOGAN & CAMFS. 

If you want to get tho 
In town, goto 

MOGAX & CAMPS. 

In fact, anvthing you want to buy in iho Dry 
Goods Line. 

IIOGAX & CAMP'S 

dec'27-tf U the place to buy it. 



In the Department of 

LIQUORS A IV r> STl G ATLS 

Our stock will be found lakgk and completk at all times, and at prices to suit the views o 

closci^t buyers. December 1, ls*'52 

R A X T & F n E E M A X , 



g;igee. 



• deci:'.-rt 



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OTICE OF AIORTGAGE SALE. 



J. 



WATSOX WEBB, JR.. 



tnt*) Pirat« H«-Disu4's. 

From a biographical notice in the I'liil- 
adel|)hla Pre.-:<i, it appears that Raphael 
Semmes, of the Alabama, is a native of j guns and ammunition of British manufac- 
Maryland, and that he entered the navy i ture, manned iind sailed almost entirely 
in I^-o. He was m.ade a lieutenant in by Englishmen; that the facts were rep- 
1837. In this interval he reaillaw in Cin- | resenteil to the Collector of Customs in 
cinnati, an<l was admitted to the bar ofj Liverpool, wh > pooh-boohM them ; that 



Ohio, and ^ubs^•<plently m.arried a tlangh- 
ter of Dr. Spencer of Cincinnati, by whom 
he had two thaughters, yet single. As a 



he was requested to send the facts to the 
Customs in Loudon, whose solicitor was 
not a very wi ^e man, and wa.s probably 



lieutenant he did very little duty, always j in f;ivor of breaking up the Republic ; 
avoiding it. He serveil about two years ! that afterward Mr. Collier, counsel 
on the West India and Gulf st.ation, under for the Admiralty, investigated the 
Com. Pallas, losing two vesseU placed ; matter, and di^itinctl/ stated bis 



P K N A U F T , 

(Corner of Seventh and Olive streets,) 

has is addition Te II1.S MEW k FULL STOCK OF 

Grx*occi*ics &. Pi'o^icsiona, 

A complete assortment of 

QUEEXSWARE, LAMPS, 4c. 

All of which w^ill be sold at the lowest possible 
rates. 

NEW PLATFORM SCALES, 

Of Fairlmnks' best make, always correct and 
ready for use. Those who have Hay. Urainol 
Live Slock for saio can save iu>>npy bv irettliiK it 
wpifrhml. aprlO--feb-i>t: ly. 



W'lep'a?, William C. (Jra.v, of the city ol .'Saint 
Paul, in tin' touiitv of Kaiiiscy, and State of Jliii- 
iie^ot:!, now ilecra''cd, on the "-•d day of Mav, A. 
I'. I.'^r.o, e\i-cul>d and delivered to David .'>anriril. 
of the same place, a certain indenture of in;)it 
caire id" that date, which was recorded in the 
oiliV-'of the Itcgisterof Deetls of the s id county 
of Kain-i'v, Miiinesota, on the •.'.'ith day of .Ma.v, 
\^M, at li o'clock A.."«., in ilooX "ti" of Mori- 
gnjres, on pages ^-.'o, ii\, irj and 4'.'', whereby the 
.-aid William C. (irav did gran*, l>argiin, sell an-l 
convfv ^in niortgag ) 'o said David Sanford. his 
Inirs iind a»si;:ns, the following di'scrilK»d pie.-,' 
or p.ir..l of land, siinate. lying and being in said 
eo.intvo; Kainsev, .Miiiues«)ta, viz : 

ilii'"nortIi hill i,'i) of the Tiorlhejist quarter ('.) 
of sei'ti n n'.inil>er tweniv-two (•-'•-': of township 
iiuml-e twiutv-.'iKht (•»'of ran^'e numbfr tweii- 
tv-'li-ec (-.•() west, containiiiij eighty (fJt) acres ol 
land, ar.ordin^'io tlie Inited Stall's survey there- 
of.i.';;e b T with ail and siuKular the here<lila- 
mi^nt>"iiil appartenanccs th-reunto iiiany wi>e 
apperiaiiiinisr. lo secure tin' payment of the sum 
of -r^l-. and hit 'rest theO'SU according to the 
ci. di:ioii 4>f two proiids.Jory nolc», dati'il said 
•,' ;d ilav of .Miv, iNie, executt d b.- caid William C 
tirjiv, i.ivabl.-'iind delivered as follows : One lo 
said' 1 'avid Sanford for 51 Is, and one lo M.M.San- 
ford lor .*sii ', l>,itli due one year Iroin the date 
t!i.-ri id", and both now in the 'possc»»ion of and 
lontioiled by said David Sanford. 

Ai-oonipanving said mortgage and recorded 
t'tcrevviili is a wal erof said William C. (iray ol 
bi> rifibt ol reib'iiiptioii of sai premiHes in wri- 
'ing. ilulv executed and acknowli'dRed pursuant 
to llie ail of the Legislature of .Minnesota, ol 
.Vlarcli leth, is.'si, enl itled " an act lo reguhite the 
fored- .-ur,' ef r- al estate " 

And, waerea.*, tliere is now, at the date of this 
notice, claimed i > b • due and is ilueon said prom 
.ssorv notes and mortgage, the S'ini of ♦!,0^:>.^^. 
.\nil wlii'rcis her.'lor»re notices have be n 
piibli-hed according to law. lrt?aring date P'spcc- 
tivilv, .luu<' I^t, IM'I, October l.'dh, l.Hid. and Au- 
gust'^-'d. IM"'^.'. of the foreclosure of said inurlgagc 
and sale of said iiremi.'es. which notia's have 
b.eii disconlinuod, an.l n • foreclosun» of said 
mortgage or sale ot said premises has been had 
or made by reason thereof.and no suit or i roceed- 
iiig al law e\ce' I as aforesaid, has been had or 
instituted to recover the detjt secured by said 
niortgice, or any lart thereof, and no part there 
iif has been jaid : 

Now, therefore, notice is hereby gi en, that de- 
faiit has been made in the payiiieut of the said 
sum of .-yLoi!. 4, due as aforesaid, and that .said 
mortgageii preini-es will 1m> sold by the .Sherlfl ol 
>aid county of Itaiuspy, at public auction, under 
and bv virtue <d" a pow.T of sale contained in sai I 
inorig.iRe, to the lushest bidder, for cash, at the 
front door of the Court H use, in the city of st. 
I'ail, ill the c uety id" IJanisey.and .State of Miii 
ni'Mitii, on the Ttli day o February, A. i». ls<">:t, 
at lOo'el.ifk In the fore cion of that diy. to satisfy 
and pay tho amount du» on said promissory rotes 
iind in'ortgiige, at that date and costs of lore- 
c.o^nre. 
Dated Di'cember '.'.T*!. \>^>1. 

DAVID SAXFOltD, 
til d.cr.-f.w Mortgagee. 

l^OTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. 

Whereas. Daniel \. Robertson am! .lulia A. 
Kobertson. bis wife, Ueorge Hezlep and Louisa 
K. Hezlep, his wife, diaries II. I'arker and Han- 
nab K. I'arker, his wife, t;lmrles L. Willis and 
.Vniia .Maria Willis, his wile, did on thi- '.T-'d day 
of March, A. i>. Is.VI, execute and deliver to Hen- 
rietta K.lioodhue. a certain indenture of mort- 
jjage bearing date on said day, for tlie purpose of 
securing the payment of certain sums of money 
therein eiinied. whereby they did grant and con- 
vev to the saiil Henrietta K. Goodhue, her heirs 
and assi;;ns forever, all Ihosetracts, pieces or par- 
cels of laud, together with the appurtenances ly- 
ill); and being in the ct iity of |{ain.sey,and State 
of Minnesota, described as follows, to wit : Lots 
eiglit (s), nine (U) and ten (10), and tha south 
iweiity C.ii) feet of lots three (:{), four (I) and Hve 
(.'■;, iinniediately in the rear and adjoining saidlots 
ei'.;!!! ^s), nine (<J) and ten (lU). all in block twenty- 
nine (•.".»), in St. l*"ul rroper,accordinito the plat 
thereof on rewird in Iheollice of the Register of 
Di'i.ds of the comity of Itainsey aforesaid, which 
said indentun'of mortgage was duly acknowledged 
and on the •r.'th dav of M^^rch, A. I). Ls'it, at 11 
o'clock A. M. of that day, duly recorded in the 
olRce of the Kegister of' Deeds for tlio county 
of U.iinsev afore.iald. 

And, whereas, said indenture of mortgage was 
on the I'.itli ilay of DeceinluT, A. l». 1n">'.». duly as- 
signed and transferred by the mortgagee j. fore- 
said, to .lolin S. I'rince, by deed of assignment, 
l>earingdate ol thit day, which said assignment 
diilv acknowledged was on the I'.'th day of Janua- 
ry, ">. I'. isi'iO, at II o'clock A. M. of that day, duly 
reconled in the olfice of the Kegisfer of Dt-eds of 
the county of Kanisey afon'said, in Book " A " of 
assignments on jiages -tM and i'X}. 

And, whereas, .said indenture of mortgap* was 
oM the I ■.nil day of .lanuary. a. ii. isc*. duly as- 
signed and iransferre<l by said .lohn S. I'rinc«; to 
Lucius H. Terry, bv deed of assignment liearing 
date of that day, which said assignment duly ac- 
knowledgee va's on the 'JOth day of January. A. n. 
iM's), at .•^ o'clock and -Jo minutes r. m. of that dav, 
duly recorch'd in theolFiceof the Registerof Deeds 
for the county of Ramsey aforesaid: 

And. whereas, said indenture of mortgage was 
on the 4th day of October. A. i». IHiVi, Muly as- 
signed and traiisferred by said Lucius H.Terry to 
William L Whiteinan. 'by deed of assignnient 
bearing date of that day which said assignment 
duly acknowletlged. was on the IKth day of No- 
vember A. II. iNi'.". al 111 o'clock A. M. of that day 
duly recorded iiitheoinceofthc Register of Deeds 
for the county of Ramsey aforesaid. 

And, w; en as, default has Ix'en made in the 
condition of said morlgagi, and there is now at 
the date of this notice due upon the said inort- 
cage the sum of three thousand two hundred dol- 
lars ; and no suit or proceedings at law have been 
instituted to recover the said debt secured by said 
mortgage, or any psrth thereof: 

Now, therefore, notice is hereby given, that by 
virtue of a |>ower of sale in said indenture of 
mortgage contained, and agreeably to the statute 
in such case in.ide and provided, the aliove descri- 
lied mortgagiHl jiremiscs will h(> sold by the Slie- 
rilf ol Ramsey County, at public auction, to the 
highest bidder, for cash, on the 7th day of Janu- 
ary. A. i>. IM'il. at 10 o'clock in th" forenoon ol 
said d-»v. at the front door of Ihe f^ourt House, in 
the city of St. I'aul. lutlie county of Ramseyafore- 
iiaid. to !.atisfy the aforesaid mortgage and' all le- 
gal costs, charges and disbursements. 

WlLLiA3I I. WHITK.MAN, Assignee. 
Louii:MZo Allis, Attorney fur Assignee. 

w nov2r>-riw 



(.Successor to W.V.lcr W. Webb.) 

WHOLKSALE DKALEK IS 

FOREIGN WIXES & LIQUORS AND 

OLD BOURBON AND RYE WHISKY. 

janltf ailtLKT IlLOCK, rilinDST. 



rp O B A C C O , 

l!ee»^ived on con.signment and to be closed out 
at once— notwithstanding an advancing market 
— :!,ooolbs. Tobacco (.M to It..) 

L. U. fc. C. GRKIG, 

dec2l-".Jw corner .siibley and Third-st. 



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A GOOD GIRL, to do the work of a small fam- 
ily. To ono compi'tc.-.l, good wages will be given. 
Ajiply at this office. dec31-lw 

rA W. WOOLLET, 

LOWER LEVEE, SAINT PAUL, 
FORWARDINO- 

AND 

Oomn&ission ]^lcircliaiit, 

DEALER IN GROCERIKS 

GRAIX, rilOVISlONS, LIME, tC, kC, «tC. 

ASD 

AGENT FOR THE 

PENXSYLVAXIA RAILROAD AXD 

CONNECTIONS. 

Contracts for transportation between St. Paul. 
Roston, N'.'w England, Montreal, New York and 
all points East, made upon the lowest and most 
favorable terms. 
Mark packages, "C. W. WOOLLEY, 

St. I'ACL, 
]anl-dl7 For 

T O S E P II L E W 1 S 

Real Estate Agent, Notary PubHc and Convey 
encer, Commissioner of Deeds for the States 01 
NewiYork. I'euusvlvania, Massachusetts, Ohio, 
and Vermont. Cbllectious inadi"— Taxes paid 
for non residents. House rented. 

Offic«» Third Street, Irvine's ISIock. 

Reference. Hon. Ai.kx. Ramskt. jylO-dly 

A LARGE D W £ L L 1 X G , 

Near the residence of Gov. Ramsey, on thf 
banks of the Mississippi, in a locality at oucecen 
traland retired. 

HENRY McKENTY, 

Dealer in Real Estate. 
J«28 d&wAia 



^ U T L E R S E M P O R I U M . 
Cooler's Carver & Co. 

JACKSON STREET, BETWEEN LEVEE 
AND THIltD, ST. PAUL, 
Having lately made litieral additfons to their large 
and well a.s.sorted stock of 

Fancy Gri*occirie», Fruit*, 
"Wines, Sc^jiws, &;c, 

invite the early attention of Sutllers and others 
-ei'kinp Army .'Sui»plies, to their selection *.f Goods, 
which they ol!'er at close figures for Cash or Goy- 
eruiuenl Vouchers : 

Canned FriiitH. 

PE,\('I! E.S .'iOO dozen, fresh and fine. 

RASIMtKirUlES -M) do do do 

IlLAtKltERRIlvS -"OO do do do 

CHKltltlES ::iJO do do do 

WliOUTLKRKRRIES .:toy do do do 

IToreijrn Fruits. 

RAISINS, (Laver & M. R.)— wholes, halvcs&qrs. 
CLltiJ.-VN 1."^— fiesli and good 

PRUNES— kegs Hi>d jars. 

PLUMS— trench. 

DATES. 

SegiirH. 

100,000— embracing large variety, and Including 
■ome choice and popular brands. 

Tobaccos. 

250 Packages, including assorted grades- Plug, 
pine Cut Chewing, Smoking, Uilly liowlegs, 
Meerschaum, Kinnikiuick, &c., &c. 

Oysters and Sardine.s. 
A full Hue favorite brands ; also, LOB.STERS, 
SALMON, HALIRUT, HKRRING, &C., &c. 

iJrandieR, "Wines, Bourl>on 

'Wlli^sky, «teo. 

.\ large variety, uicludir.g some fine Old Rran- 
dies and Whiskys, (bottled), which we can conli- 
deiitly recoiunieiid as very superior. Also, 

Ginger Wine, RiackVrry Brandy, 

Ginger Urandy, Apple Rrandy, 

I'eacli Rrandy, Cherry ISrandy. 

Confeet ionerr- 

Fig Paste, assorted Candies, Gum Drops, Loz 
enges, Liquorice, Spruce Gum, &c., &c. 

Nnts. 
A full line. Including every variety. 
October H, \h)i-i. 



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ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW, 

Office in SIcClung's (I'liirnix) Illoc!.'. corner ol 

Tiiird and Wabashaw-sts., 

ST. PAUL, .MINNESOTA, 

Will practice in all the State and Federal Courts. 

Jloney loaned on good security. 

4a' ^H>cial attention paid to collecting. 

W. II. OKAN r. «lec:;-tlU03 .T. M. 1 HICEMAX. 



K. 



S P E N C IJ R , 



Denti.st, 33 "i'earH, 
MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA 

As far as I know, my terms for practice will bo 
the usual Xi'v* of Dentists of this State. 

I insert ARTIKKJIAL PIVOT TEETH, which 
are healthier, cheaper, ni»rt- beautiful and durable 
tlian te'jih set on plate. 

PlVOrTlCKTH DO XOT I'RKVItNT TIIK TASTINO 

OF Food— Plati; TKr.rii i!o. 
I so stop decayed places in the crowns of Teeth 
(^egantly,) as to last the life of the patieut. 
A«~Go'nsultaiious without chargr, 

a'.;i-<im 



• iiir Stork is now complete, embracing ALL 
HAT IS NEW IN 



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AL MORAL SKIRTS, 



3 Cabinet Makers; 2 Chair Makers; 1 Good 
Chair Painter, at the 

I£astinsH Steam Sash and Fur- 
niture Factory. 
Also, for salo, a 

I'OHTAHLE STEAM ENGINE k BOILER, 

Cylinder 8 inch bore, and 14 inch stroke. 

B5-tf UKItZOG & COR.SON. llastinfts. 



T^ R I E X D S AXD PATROXS : 

<iiii 

HAT 

Milliiierv Dry G oods, 

and LADIES' FURNISHING and FANCY AR- 
riCLr;s. OurFreneh Hals are unite pretty : in 
Felt, Heaver and Plush, wi- have the latc.-t doigns. 
We have Millinery articles by the .juaiitity, to 
suit the trade. In'Shawls, Clo::ks and C'li liking, 
we have a large isupplv — we have twenty ditlerent 
patliTii.s; one is the ifcClellan— the jK'ltern cost 
t'.»'J in Paris. Also, the (iothic and Lxt(lsit.r 
Cloaks, so much admired in liigh circles, l^st. 
Our slock is large in Nubias. Hooiis. .'^oiitaga, 
French Opera Hoods, Zeji'ii^r AVorsted Wool, 
Y'arr.s, Hosiery. Gloves, Etiibroideiios, White 
tioods, S:c., &c! Dress Goods. Lulmoial and Hoop 
Skirts, by the <iuautity. Five dozen Winter 
.Shawls, that must K- sold, with idiuost eyciy arti- 
cle wanted in the housekeeping line. We solicit 
an early call. Resp«'ctiul]v yours. 

Mils. .). .1. du(;an, 

Relow Day & Jenks' Drug Store, 1 bird Street 
where the wax lady is in th« window. 026-U" 

M. i\. KELLOGG, 

WHOLESALE AND UKTAIL DEALER IS 

TOYS, 

Apples, Quinces, Chestnuts, 

LEMOXS & COXFECTIOXERY. 

Children's CABS — every variety; Egg. Tx>mon, 




49" THK BKSr ClO-VES IS Tliti tITV. 

i4 M.N. KELLOGG. 



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U S I C ! MUSIC!! 



llie Great Western String Band (formerly Wag- 
ner's Band) is again prepared for the winter sea- 
son. Slid oiler their service to the public generally 
lor Balls. Parties Concerts, etc., etc., at liberal 
nites. I'arties wishing good music and calling 
will please a.ldress th ■ undersigned. 

Orders for the l^and may also be lelt at Munger's 
Music Store. _ 

GEORGE SEIBERT, 

Residence on Tenth street, north of Jackson-st., 
next door to the Scandinavian Church. deci-:iw 



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Balmoral Skirts, 
SILK S 1 R 1 P E D . 

The choicest selection of 

BALMORAL SKIRTS, 

Ever brought to the city, just received by Ex- 
press. Also a splendid line of 

"Bradley's Hoop Skirts," 

Including the favorite brands " Prido of the 
World," "Favorite Diamond," "Immovable 
Tape ," Lace Gore, and a great variety of other 



styles, at 
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UOCASr * CA3«P'S. 



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BE MAN & CO., 



G. 

CARRIAGE MANUFACTURERS, 

COBSEB OF FIFTH ASD UOBKKT STREETS, 81 
FAUL, MISSKSOTA. 

We are prepared to manufacture to order all 

kinds of BL'OGIES, CCTTICRS, LUMIIKK WAflOXS, 
KXPKi:SS A>MI OKOCi;itY WA<;oss, coseoKi 
HAi-KS and STAOE SLKions, of tho best quality, 
and latest pattern, and of Eastern stock, which 
enables us to warrant them in ev.»ry particular. 
Also all kinds of rt'iiairing promntly and faithful 
ly executed on the most reasonable terms. 
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O EXCHAXGE FOR REAL ES- 

TATK. 

^.1^00 in Goods at New York price", con- 
si.^tiiig of Hats, taps. Raw Horn Combs, Ready 
Made clothing, and Jewelry, is ollered for improv- 
ed or unimproved l.am!s in this or the adjoining 
counties, alziu citv property in St. I'aui. 

dec.H>-lf IRA BlDWELl*. 



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BOOKS. 



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JOllX A. STEES, 

CORNER THIRD k. MINNESOTA STREETS 

ST. PAUL, MIX. 

Sole agentfor Metallic Burial CMeskndCMketa 
laaSifwljr. 



EWSOX'S COMO SKATING 

PARK. 

TWO MILES AND A HALF FROM ST. PAUL. 
j^T'Park kept in good condition for Skating. 
Refreshments furnished wlien ordered. jan4 

rp O B A C C O, 

Oifl^ars, Pipes, Snuff*, &c. 

F. W. TUCIIELT, 

Third Streot, next door to Comb's Book P»ore 
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Tobacco, Cigars 
fcc., isjust receiving his fall and winter stock 
and ia prepared to till orders to any extent, for 

FIXE IMPORTED CIGARS, 

Missouri, Virginia and Kentucky Smoking and 
Chewing Tobacco. Fine Cct Chewing, superior 
to any in the city. 

SWEET BRIAR ROOT PIPES, 
a large usortment. These pipes are all the go 
now. 

F. W. TUCHELT, 
Third street, next door to Comb's Book Store 

St. PanL Not. 17. aovl7dlr. 

^ASH PAID FOR LARD AND 

TALLOW. 

At the St. Paul Soap and Candle Factory, Eagle 
street, near Upper Levee. 
dccl7-.1iw» L. BEACH, Propr*'"'*- 

n\ E. WOOLSEY & CO., 

(8UOCE8SOB TO L B.WILSOX,) 

Oommission 3£oi>clia.nts, 

NO. 211 SOUTH WATER ST., CHICACK). 
CASH ADVANCES ON CONSIQXMKNTS. 
■utrl-dfcwly 



TXDIAX WAR IMPLEMENTS. 

The undersigned are Agents for 

BALLARD'S CELEBRATED 

Breeoli Loading ArmtY Carlsines, 

The most nerfect and most convenient breech 
loading gun in use. Orders received at our oflSce 

where a sample may be seen. 

eU-tf J. C. BURBANK & CO. 



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URNITURE 



GIVE DAVENPORT A CALL. 
Great assortment of 

Photographic Albums. 
AXXUALS. 

JUVENILE BOOKS. CHILDREN'S BLOCKS. 

Dissected Pictures. 
POR-TFOLIOS. 

GAMES OF ALL KINDS. 

TOY BOOKS. 

Ev.Tything in his line. 

DAVENPORT HAS GOT 'EM. 

dec20 



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Ijind Warrant Xo. lOii.oWi— IfiO acres, issued to the 
willow of Jac(d) Furnian or Farman, deceased. 
which Aas duly sold and transmitted to us and 
mailed to our address at .Saint Paul, Minnesota, 
from Lyons, New York, on or about the if.th of 
August last, has never reached us, but was lost in 
trnnsmission through the mails. Now, notice is 

given, that we have nied a Caveat against the The undersigned have removed to Messrs. 
issue of a patent therefor, and that we have made Nlcols k, Dean's Iron Store on Third street. Par- 
application to the Commissioner of Pensions for tl«s having notes or accounts payable at our oflSce •RorUT Xr STATIONERY EMPORIUM. 
the re-issuo thereof to us, the undersigned. are requested to caU and setUe the same Immedl- OVJKJt^ tv c» x «. * 

~ ately. ». P. * P. ». HODQKS. 

V«T«skMM,tMlk 



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JAMES E. THOMl>S0X 
HOJtACV THOXrSOtf . 



Manufacturer and Dealer in 

CABINET AND CHAIR 

FUHNITXIIIE 

OF EVERY VARIETY. 

Keeps eonstaatlx on hand a complete assort- 
ment of 

FABLOR, 

CHAXBEB, 

DINING-ROOM 

FURN^ITXJRE. 

OF ALL STTLK8, ASD OF SUPBBIOB WOBX- 
XAKSIIir. 

Most of my Furniture is of my own manufkc- 
ture, made of thoroughly seasoned material and 
equal to the best there is made in the U. S. A. 

As a nimble sixpence is always better than a 
slow shiling, I am determined to sell a very light 
shade above cost. Everybody Is respectfully in- 
vited to give me a call before purchasing. 

«- REMEMBER PLACE: Stone Build- 

ine— Third Street— above the Bridge St. I'aul 
Minn. Ji.n24dly 



The undersigned will purchase 

1«3,000 

OAK, NORWAY PINE OR TAMARACK 

Railroad Ties, 

Sawed or Hewed, in lots large or small as may 
suit the party projiosiug to furnish. To Ih? 8 feet 
long, f> inches thick, average 7 inch faces, deliver- 
ered from 1st of May to 1st of July, l,«'-hJ,on tbo 
line of the Itailread at anv point from St. Paul to 
St. Cloud. 

CASH PAID FOR SAME. 

For any further infomtatiou apply personallf 
or by letter to 

WM. B. LITCHFIELD & CO., 

declS-tJanl St. Paul. 



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ATAWBA BRANDY 



The undersigned having been appointed sola 
Agent for the sale of 

LYON'S PURE OHIO CATAWBA BRANDY 
For the State of Minnesota, calls the attention of 
Physicians and the public to its medicinal quaii- 
ties. 

WALTER W. WEBB. 

St. Paut. JnlT 9'. iwa. iy*' dsm 



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ETAL WAREHOUSE. 



COMBS 



W. ' 

Is on hand with his usual largo 

VARIETY OF BOOKS 

ANDGOODS SUITABLE For.TiiE HOLIDAY'S. 

Tho Public are invited to examine bis Stock 

which is now open for inspection, at his 



Tliird-St., St. Taul. 



daelS 



YANDERYOORT, DICKERSON & CO., 

ISirOKTEUS OF 

Tin Plate Sec, 

AGENTS FOB 

iJirnovED 
SCALES. 
199 and 201 Ilaadol|ih-8t., Cliicag:** 



AND DEALERS IK 

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STOCK. 



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P. O. Box 3107. 



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AX DEEDS 



THE PRESS PRINTING COMPANY 
Hare now on hand the latest and best form ... 
tax deeds. It is suitable for sales under the sev- 
eral acts of the Legishiture, and in conformity 
with all their requisitions, and is prepared Xiy .aa 
State authorities 
Price 50 cents per dozen, or fS por hundred. 

/^ASII PAID FOR WHEAT, RYE, 

BARLEY, OATS and CORN, and DRESSED 

HOGS, at nay Warehouse, Upper Levee. St. Paul, 

da«U-tr AXBKRT M«CABttAR. 



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AiiilHio birtt bran*!-' of 

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vvi sale at r::ic::s to suit rnn times. 

S. K. riTXAM, 
s'.a Corner "f Tliipl a nd Mar k«-t <ti wt<. 

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HOUSE. 



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Poat OlBco, St. Paul, ;ninn»M>ta- 



IIVOEKS*'^^!-'*'* BLOCK 

DRY GOODS FOR CASH. 



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.' K-klloIu.'f, .T«l t;i'' I'TirilX* prolil* of t'lC I'lci I^-OO oALLONS AT KI'.OM THIKTY TO KOBTV 

„,,.^ vrt 4'iar-.il Itv- t!it' polii'V lioli! T*. i in' H"t 

■ r.i!=r« ill tw.» vf;!i-<« iitinmnt* to f'^.-.-''-^, wliii-h 

«h>"* k:i mtimiil'-l-i- «iir'-«v-^ in t!i'.' Iii«.'>ry ol \ 

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•nsiii-*- in.:i "f »!!'■ t >!titry, an. I its b'i<iiii'>s i^ 

conduc'''! ''"*!r''lv du til" i-.i-li \i'..\'.\. IHvi.lcii.l- 

to t'i^> ifiVwv hv.l! r.> 'vill If m.t.l."\-'ry .'".ley.mr.x 

.iii'l noroiiijciu' in lit" country oil' Ts O'ju.il ail 

•. autac'*-* to I'l ilfiil 't t. 

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U; >i. \V. l'.M!.l.!l'-i, .VrJnir ■. 

i;. ^. 1>IUAM». Mihva'iVr'?, <'.»i. Ajrl. 
\V. W. K!Ni-.>Mt<' At MiUMr .>Uuu«.'30ta. 

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The fir--t 
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NOW ut STORS, A FULL STOCK OF 

CHINA, CUOCKEUY & GLASSW A HE 

AT WnoLL:SALE AND UIITAIL 

JT rnicES it veil nEitucs 

Jl-»T UECEIVr.l), A LAUOr. STf>CK OF 

'i:'a.l>lo .Si Pooled Ciitlos*y- 

rUe merchants who purchase in St. Paul will find 
these goods very deiilraL!.', and at 



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l^.i:F I Ai'iiAi. aN'T Ais.T^ or T.:5 

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-p L o u i: N c i: s i: w i x »■ 
MACIIIXE AaKXCY^ 

O.i^ ::,>.->r KaH of D.iN.nin..rt-i r,.-oi.<or,', oi: 

^Th'''^-KM.!IKN.;K" i^KWlN.i MACHlNr:> 
maii-' r-:'i-- la^■^K•.:l:^•T *titi;!i«'s on oiv-- au'i ti.- 

;'««»T ANSI i)ofiii.K-KN"r.ii" Ol wiiica n..i....- t.i 

ram i!:';i- on »> "'' ^' -••=• 'jf t'"" *^'""»-*- *-!5''^''' '" 

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OF IIARTfOlD. VOXXi:rTlCU7, 
Di:voTKi> lu nr.i; in->i r.AN-;-; kxcllsivi:lv 

A--' '•■.TS of TUB 

rii(i:xrx ixs /mat/-; roMPAxy, 

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JUST UJICElVr.D, 

A F I N E A S S O K T M J: N T O F 
Silver riiitert 

BRlTAN:NriA WAKE, 

u(>usekke;ixg goods, lamps, tc, &c. 

WIIOLIiE-iAL AND RKTAIL. 

R. MAUVIX, TiiiRU Stui-.kt. 



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OIL! 



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N'illTinVK^TEUN AGENCY 

3Iiitit:il Xalo IiiJ^iii*iXii<M' 
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Just recoivfd. and for »al« to .l-:i' ■'■^.- -.^,,.^ 

Brick niock, Kob.>rt-4t.. :St. Tsui. 



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"<i-^\n'\<\\rit iv s\l\T PAL'L 1S02. Ai I Shop Tf..«t xi-I" of .la.Ii-onl.'two.'n Kiflh an'. 

i a Ut . i< c V. buiMiu,' liai- will bo pruminly atf-.ia.vl to. 

I ft3-.I il>t>ing itonu at slior t ii*ticu and on r.'a»oii- 






uJvTKr.^mt.r. y:.y-^ M'>rMN 
^: - , . ciK-rator to h.«vo tl.o work e.ir- 

rv ,..1 . : ■... . r I.. cliiliDf- tlH- dln'ctiou, atiil 
fa5:«>n tti." '-nd ..f -■■aih^, wivli, tositiuT wu.i 
nuik-in? aloiii :i"'l ii'i"-'"' stilch, ii doii.T siiuj..) 
bv inruing a thumJj *c.-«'"iv. 
•Th.>ir tn'itiun, ar.^ ail p. -;•:■■<. Vv^r^ arf n;^ 

sprins* to );•■:«"'!•■'■■■'■''■'"■, ^•"•>' ''•';" ;? ^':""'!: 
tlVu t;!.- mo< iti'V- ' . ■:'-'"d »--'>ii «M.-k tu.-in p-r- 
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GENERAL INSIRANC': A'iENT. 
al_ly Corner if Third una Minno-". tn-i'M. 



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can b.*u-<i>d «1 To.iii. 't Is r ■c.'-'w 

■11...V ai- th- FA>lI>i >K\M.i:> m tl 
Wolli.l', inA"c;:i); live >titchos to .-acii r.'voluti.oi. 
T!..'v o:i no .Ir '.-^<^. Tlieir stitch is :h.' wioi.l.r 
of till, l»-v;tu-.. of it* combiiu'd ki-a^ti- irv 

STllKSOTH and BEAVTY. ^ ^ 

rrici \o. 1, «t:.<Ai. No. '.\ ♦•>. .W>, >o. ., t"'. . '■• 
Xo. 4. ^r;.'"). .No..., ?».-:/Kj. Xo.O, $-•-■.'", N... 
Cahio-t op'-nT. i>u«', Xo. r Cabiift can-i, 

*..:,.n, .^I.iioj-.uiy i:>:.i<<\ Uo;>pwood S;>a>.i.m. 



H.-inwi.r?' ual .i.l n-^Ctii^ary tools included in th' 

* • la luu.i -iilfi r 'iit kin N of h>-.vfr pric-'d Ma- 
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General lasiiranco Agent. 
FiiiE iN.suii.\N< ::. 

:.IA1UNE INSUUANCK, 
LIFE iN.siRANl i:. 

1»C»LICIK.S 

l**:M ouf'^ .a' ■' tiTtn*, in the most reli-ibV 
Cotli:' 111.'.. 

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M.uiiin' 
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Tiii"iJ STKiir.T, >-i:\T !)">;: to Gi:Krxi.KA: '.^ 
Is tiow r',0"ivi;i.5r 

Direct from Xew Yoi-k, 

A LAIii.K A>>-<>i:TMKNI- .m" tl'..> vry 
RICilK.sr AND LATEST STYLE.S 

MILXuIXKRY G^OODS, 

To whi.:h jUt- in'.it.'s th.: atiiution of 

The T.ifiilio'si orSt.X»;iMl :nia olUor 

'X\»AVii-i in tin" r5l;^.tt». 

St. Paul, S.'pt.-'rth, I?-.-'. »-'-I.*' 



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p A L M E II ' S 

v^ I :Nr E G .^v r: . 

Thin \% th.-- kind of Vinegar that ahoaM b« aac . 
by ill h.ju.<ek ^'ptr^ fi-r 

P I C K I- K S 

AX I) THE 

T ^V B t. E . 

It li warranted pur<« and wholesoma, an<l tc 
give pfjrffct fali'D.ctlon wliennor used. Try it, 

AND YOU WILL UAVE XO OTHER. 

Korsal* at «nr \vork'» on S;bl<'y stmct, and bj 
>U grocer* who h;-.'. " an eye to koc'pii;^ 

CHOICE GOODS FOn SALK. 

C. C. EEV.IS Js CO. 



jy. \sr. Inflfox*»oll &> Co., 

HAVK JUST r-KCEIVKU A ULRUU. STOCK OF 

SPRi:iSrGr DRY aOODS, 

COS9I9T1SO OF 

FANCY DRESS GOODS, 
Of every variety of quality, wUl b« aold at prlc"< 

TO SUIT TIIK TIMKS. 
MottU'd Morello Cnotha, from 10 to 35c per yard I 

ri.AlI> POIL OK CHEVKK'*, 
EMBROinERIlI) l'<»IL l)K CHF.Vi'.i:!*, 

KVKUY VAi:!!:rY Of CHALLKVS 

K51Bi:on>E!iKn .VSntlKEV GUI3AILLK."I 

m.UK, GRi:r.N- xsu risk ni:Kr.A»iK lexiklna. 

ENOLLSII, Fr.ESCll A.NI> AMKHU AyiOLSLISE UK 

L-VIXES; PRINTKl) LAWNS IX 

GKKAT VARIETY. 

A grLEXPIl> STOCK Ol' HIXGllAMa 

ALSO 

BLAClv .VND UKTI FANCY SU.KS. 

MKS A>U UOYs' SfM.V.EK WEAR; 

BROAIH; LOTUS, nLACK & KASCT CASSLMERIIS, 
S.VTTI.NKTJ, AND SL.MMEK CLOTHS. 
ALSO 

A VERY LAKGE STOCK OF 
HOSIKTIY, OIiO\ KS, 

A.t I> 

i2 3ir5iioir>Eriii^s. 

r.U'.AS'JL9, 8UX U.Utr.ELLAS. KTC, 

ALSO 

A LAUGE STOCK OF 

UOAIESTIC ANI)FOIli:iGN GOODS, 

BY Tin; riKCi: or. pack.vge for tub 

cour^TRY xR^vr>E. 

COUNTKY MKIICIIAXTS 
C.in purcha.'«e Ih'^ir Goods of us, and 

SAVE TIME AND MONEY. 
We invite the attention of the ladies to our new 

Btyles of Cloak* and .ll.intiUaa. 
O TJ K K N- T I R K STOCK 

WILL BK 

SOLD I^Oll OVVSH, 

AT rUICES TO DEFY Cl>lU'ElITIO^^ 
Tl«« public arc invited to visit 

oxTK :^f^:;^v slortg. 
I). W. INGEUSOLL & CO. 

•priOdly St. raul, MinnesoU. 



§ttvkttk'$ (Sotumn. 



OFKICK HOfRS. 

On week days from 7 o'clock A. Ji. to 7 hi o'clock 
Vjin" Sundays, from 12 o'clock M, to 1 o'clock j 

P. M. 



1862. 



1862. 



1862. 



r. M. 



WINTER ABBAKGEMENT. 



O Ii D E H 

NOBWAT NAIL RODS, 
BURDEN'S HORSE SHOES, 

Is'ails and Spikes, 

SLEIGH SHOES, 

CUTTER SHOES 

fc>lei£rliL and. Cixttei 
K, TJ TV IV E I^ H , 

33cnt Cutter Stuff, 

OF 

UALL, KIMBARK & CO., 

C II I C A G^ O . 



WIXTEU AUUAXGEMEXT. 

ARRIVAL ASP DEPARTVKE OF MAILS. 

For LaCro8.H.»—l-:a Stern Mail— Leaves diiUy, ex- 
Jppt Fridav, Rt .5 a.m. 
Arrive* dailv, except Tuesday, at 8 p. M. 
For Minneiipolib— leaves dai'iy, except ounday, 

at X A. M. 

Arriv.'s ilr.iiv — except Sunday, at 4 P. >i. 

For Stillwater— k-aves daily, except Sunday, at 
Ta.v. 

Arrivs d:iily, exeejit Sundav, at C p. M, 

For Iludaou— leaves tlaily, except buuday, at 

6 A. M. 

Arrives daily, except Sunday, at 7 P. M. 

For Miuikato— leaves daily, excs-pt Sunday, at 

10 A. M. 

Arrives daily, except Sundav, at about 12 M. 

For Xorllilield— leaves daily, e.xcept Sunday, 
at 4 A.M. 

Arrivi's dailv. except Sunday, at about. P.M. 

For Sunri.4e«Jity— leaves Monday, Wednesday, 
an<l Fridav, at i> .v. M. 

ArrivesTue-iday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 
ah'iut 7 r. M. 

For Cannon Fall"— h-avs Tno«day, at < A. M. 

Arrives WedueMlav, at 7 P. M. 

For i:e 1 WiufT- I'-avi's We.liiesday, at 8 A. M. 

Arriv. s Tueriilav, at <". p. .m. 

l-'..; 1 nrv. r— leave.s Thur^.lay, at 7 A. M. 

Arrlv-'S WediH-sday, at 7 l*. M. 

For Coitagi' Grove— leaves .-iaturday, at 1 P. M. 

Arri\ ••' .>^;:turuiv.al 1.' M. 

JIaiU leaving bel'or'* 7 o'clock A. SI. close at 

All others close half an hour before the time of 
departing, except E.xstern whicli closes at i» P. M. 

The p.ir^tagi* ujion all iran-sii-nt printed matter, 
foroifTii and domestic, and ujuin all letters, lor- 
ei'Mi ami iloraei^tic, is now rn-iuired to b-.? fully 
pr"pHid by United .■stH;.'> pofctaK« stamps, except 
in oases wliere J>^ei)a^•llll'ut on letters, kc, to lor- 
eign countries is optional and the senders do not 
wi^ii to pr-pay. 

Persons mailing letters, newspapers, &c., 

whether dom.-siie or to fon'ign coiintries, should 

th.'reloreaseTtain at the milre of mailinj;, the 

exact posta?" in each c:ise and affix United States 

po.'jiage stamps of suiUcieut valua to prepay tha 

full postaire thereon. 

CllAS.XirilOLS, Postmaster. 

St. Paul, Xoviinher 1.), W'i. 



MI&fNESOTA STAGE CO., 

CABBTUfO TUB 

NORTHWEST'N EXPRESS 

ASTD TUB 

United States ]ȣail. 



The roads are well stocked with first daaa 
horses. Concord Coaches, with careful and exp«j- 
rienced drivers, ail under tba control of compe- 
tent agcnta. 



B2-.-1V 



i&x^mit^. 



SCHEnCLKOF DEPARTURES FROM SAUTT PAtTI. . 

For Hastings, Red Wing, Lake City, Ueed's 
Tending, Wabashaw, Minneiska, Winona and I.A 
Crosse — connectinf; with the LaCrosse and Mil- 
waukee Iiailroad^v>>ry uoruitig at i A. M. 
For Stillwater— Daily, at 8 A. M. 
For Shakopee, Jordon, St. Tjiwrence, Bella 
riaiu, Henderson, Le Sueur, Ottawa, Traverse d« 
Sioux, St. Peter and Mankato— Daily at 2. P.M. 
For Uosemount, Castle Rock, Xorthfleld, Can- 
non City, Faribault, Medford, Clinton Falls and 
Uwatonna, connecting at t>watonua, for Wiltor.. 
St. Marv's, Winnebago Agency and Maukato : 
Alsofor'Klce Ijike. Claremont, Wasioja, Man 
torville, Itochester, Chatiield, and Winona— DaUy 
at 4 A. M. 

For Industriana, Anoka, Orono, Orlanda 
Monticelio. Clearwater, St. AugusU and St. 
Cloud— Daily, at 5 A. m. 

For Sauk Itapids, Belle Prairie, Fort Kipley an* 
Crow Wing— Tuesday's, Thursday's and Satur- 
day's at i o'clock A. M. 

For Itichmond, Sauk Centre, Alexandria. 
Chippewa, Pomme de Terre, Breckinridge, Foit 
Abercrombie— Monday's and Wednesday's at & 
o'clock A. M. 

F«r Sunrise, with connections for Superior 
and Bayfield— Monday's Wednesday's and Fri- 
day's, at 7 o'clock A. m. 
For further particulars in<iulre at the Cenenu 
raStrc 



piONEER FOUNDRY AND 

AGKICULTUilAL WOKKS, 

Corner of Fifth and I'ike streets. 
Tliis cstabUshmeiit is iio-.v in fu'l operation, an 
is prepared to furnish all kinds of 
IKON AXD BKASS 

CA."iTIXGS, FOUGIXG, &c., 

at the lowest Eastern raies, viz, Heavy Mill cnst 
ln"s, Cohimns, .Sash weights, (irate Bars, Sleigh 
shoe.«, .tc., three c.-n's per pound. Brass cast- 
in"*. Babbit metal, -..'o to 3o cents per pound. 
Lathe work $:!.<aj jier day. Particular attention 
piven to ."-team En^jine and Boiler work, i hre»»i- 
lUK Machine r.'pairing promptly att.nd.'d to. 

t.t-'am Encinesand Boilers, Ihreshiug machines, 
new and second handed, for sale or excliauge 
very low. gILM.VX & BUSHXELL. 

ST. P AtL, .luly 5tll, Ih.'-'. <^y _ 

I ii O N . 

J. 13. I3XIA.DE1V, 

DEALER IN' 

mox, :nails, steel, 

SPRIXGS, AXLES, CAUUIAGE TRIMMIXGS, 

I.wather B.-lling, Coil Cham, Horse Nails and 

.»hoes. Thimble ^k^ ins and Boxes, 

Window Sash and Glass, Axes, ketUes, Shelf and 

lleti>'y Har<l^vax*c, 

PITTSBURG- COAL 

A LARGE STOCK OF PLOWS, 

Warehouse on Tliird street, between Mlnnesot 
and ( edar-sls., St. Piuil. o'-'" 

ixoSTs^STOVK FOLISU AND 

BLACK LEAD CIIUCIBT ES, 



Office on Third Street. 



D 



K K -M O V A L. 



7j barreli ch:>;c , ji's* r-'ceived and for sale low 
by S. K. PUTXAM, 

nir, Corner Third and Market 'tr'-ets. 

T^ B E aIj t if l^. c o t t age 

A oharminir ro< dence in Willis' A.Mltion, built 
b.- th" own.T f...- lis own US,., with .-very com', ol .— they are prepared to show CASH nrvER.soJ 
indeoav •nien';.>--w.llot pure water, stabl'-aml , "mrem j »• f 

oiit-huil.linss, as'i a yard with slirubbery and ; ^.,^,r tt > -rATxixr 4 -|-»T« 

^^i^?^;:;^: isnitamere shell or balloon, b„ ' SADDLERY HARDWARE 
built to re, i-t th • old of oi:r win'-rs ai»l to.; 



EAYDEN, KAY & CO., 

Ilaro removed to 

Nos. -4:5 and 4z7 Lake St., 



I L L I N (i W O R T II . 



h'-at of our S'lmii ers. and is leoaled in an airy 
and cheerful neiir Uborliood. 

St. Pail, Juno ;s, is.vj. 

H EX UY MrKEXTY. 

o'.a i^tri^m Ho.iV.v in Ken) F.atsfo. 




'Wat ell ^laimlaoturox-. 

xo%v.v clock" «vii.i>kr : I MAEUFiCIUELMG COKPASY 

SIGX OF THE T'^WX CLOCK. 

JACKSON-ST.. . . - ST. PAUL 



AXD 



Having had overTmnTi; YE.VRS EXPERT- 
FXCKinth.-- best VVat.:ti F-ii C-.rrs lu England 
an-i America, he feils himself C'jmp.;t-ut to do 
anything in his line 

A. LITTI.E SUPKRIOR 

to any other estiblishment in the X orthwest. 

•gly i; — IVrsons wishing to p.^.-f-ct th-^m- 
e/iii th- biisiiios^. will bo roceive.i un.ler in- 
•triicti .n on VE!:Y MODKUATE TEUM.S. 

K^vLo work don" a:i.l Cl.^ck and Wr.tch 
Wh'--el« cut for the irA'i" at low rates. mr.'y 












Oari-iage Trimriiingrs 

The largc.-t and best assorted stock to be found in 
the XORTHWEST, embracing 

Sl'UlXGS AND AXLE'S, UUB.S. SPOKES, 
FELLOK.S, Ac, Ac, 

Cauriaok B'tniES a:«I) Se.vts, E>iamki.ei' 
Cloth, Patent Lkatiihk, 

Also a large a»sortn»<»»»t of 

Horse Colhirs and Blnr.. rts. Whips anti 
Lashes, akirlin-^, Bridie, Collar and 



\ T W 11 O L E S A L E . 

A larg'i assortment of Xew Stj le 

rioods. iSTubias, 

S^outsitf s aatl Oomlortci-H, 

al^o 
MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS. 

WOOL SOCKS, 
Buck Gloves «fc Mitten.s, 

Having a surplus of these goods we 
WILL CLOSE THEM OUT AT BARGAIXS. 

Hojrau & Camp. 

novC9 

CARPETS CHEAP. 

CARPETS CHEAP. 

CARPETS CHEAP. 

1 WILL XOT BE UXDERSOLD. 

JOSEPn BTJGBEE, 

TIIIRD-'ST.. AROVE THE BRIDGE, 

J^ci r.rtm ST. PAUL. MIXXE gOTA^ 

NION PARK HOUSE, 




p E. S C U N A B E L , 

IX M<^FFATT'S CASTLE, CORXEU OF 4TII 
AXD^ACKSOX STREETS. 

DEALER I» 

GrROCERIKS. GRArS", 

Ji^^T) I»ROVISIOr-7Ss, 

Keeps constantly on hand a full eurply cf Ccm, 
Coru Meal, tK-its and Bran. _ 

Xice Leaf I^rd and Sucar Chi>-u iiams. 

Any ([uantity of butter and eggs. 

He has made amngemeats to receive two or 
throe times a week from the country the choicest 
roll batter. 

.Mso agency for C. H. II. Baker's extra Cour, 
which is pronounced the best in the city. 

Goods delivered in all i^arts of the city free t.f 
charR.2^ __J2ii-^. 

TH^ W.EDDY, 

Gcaeral Grocer 

A!tD DK.VLER I» 

THE BEST FAMILY PROVISIONS, 

FORT STREET, ST. PAUL, 
Keeps constantly ou Imnd the 'jest of Sugai? and 
coffee. 

The choicest Green and Black Teas. 

Mewsrl't. and IJolch.-r's Syrups. 

The best familv brands Flour. 

Dried fruits. Pure Wiues, and Liquors for me- 
dicinal purposes. 

The Dest Dairy Butter. 

Durkee's SpioM. 

The cikbraU'd l>andelion Cofl^e. 

Lamb".; llains and Ames' Dried Beef. 

Wooden and Earthen Ware, itc, 
Which will be .«old as low as the lowest and de; 
Uvered promptly, 

FUEJ: OF CHARGE. 

je27 dly ^ 

T>EYNOLDS & McCARGAR, 

Wholesale Grocers 

ANt> 



novC4-dly 



J. C. BURBAXK fc CO., 
Proprietors. 



1862. 1862. 1862. 



Inipoi'tant to Shippers. 



fjr good Cotton K!ig>."t 

*■ \VE>TS,on Robert-st.. 

o'Vi-tf Large Stone Building, next to :5d;»t. 

Ka^', wanted— fur whioh -Ic per pound will b'> 
paidf Mink Traps for sale. ^^^^^^^^^^ 



H 



cTlf s e" "e'ITr re n't' 



Coitiinijssion Mcrcliaats, 

UPPER LEVEE. 



J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & CO. 

Having been constituted sole agenU at St. Pa* 
for the 

UCROSSE k MILWAUKEE RAILROAD •■ 

ASD ALSO F«R TUB 

LACROSSE & ST. PAUL STEAMERS, 

Would respectfully call your attention to the an 
perior advanUgea offered by them over aay other 
competing line. 

nriirougrli Oontracta - 

Will bo giren to all points East. 

ALL CLAIMS FOB 

OVERCHARGES OR DAMAGES, 

Will be settled upon presentation. 

WF. HAVE ALSO THE AOEaCT OW 

DAVroSON'S LINE OF STEAMERS 

On the Minnesota and Upper Mississippi rivers. 

The La Crosse and Milwaukee Lino receive an-l 

forward all freight free of waeeholsis 

CHARGES AT ST. PAUL. 

HERCHAXTS who design rl-'itlng the East fof 
Goods will please give as a call and obtain EVi u 

PARTICULARS. 

J. C. &. H. C. BURBANK & CO 

St. Paul. Feb. M. 1862. feb26-d&wly 



a.?I-tf 



SAINT PAUL. 



s 



lOUX DEPREDATIONS 



A small house with live rooms, and a good cel- 
ar, for rent on easy terms to a good tenant. 
LOCATIOX CEXTUAL. 
I nnnlre at t hi s office. _s:^0-tf_ 

ri T. P A UL CHAIR FACTO R Y 



Ii. GALLEY, 

Manufacturer of 

Cane and A\^ood Seat 
C H ^ 1 I^ 



I will attend promptly and faithfully to the col- 
lection of claims arising out of the recent depre- 
dations of the Sioux Indians. ^,^„„„„ 
(iEO. A. XOURSE, 

po(-,.}, AttMnievRl Ij«w. ."St. Psni. 



K 



1 R BY 'S COMBINED 



^ t 






U 



LITTLE CA>'ADA, MIXN., 

G. W. FEW, - - PnopuiKTOR. 



THE TRADE SUITLIED. 

WABASIIAW STREET, RKT. 5TU fc 6TU, ST. PAUL 
M I X XKSOTA. P0^ ^__ 

A MES' EXTRA SUGAR CURED 
HAMS, 

8. K. PUTNAM. 



sTEi"! i.V;im:s(m boilers 

PATENT FIRE EVAP..U VTOIl , jHABNESS LEaTHEB, 

PATKN r SUOAU cam: MILLS, \ ^^^ ^^ ^^^.^j^ ^jj, ^^^ ^^,.^^ ^^ 

PAT! s-T STK.VJI COIL EVAPORATOR."*, ! i>i.ices that -wiU not l>« XJnclor»olcl 
lATEXT ST.UIP MILLS j ^^^^^^^^^ 

''^^' ' vowrT'a Spri.nt.s axp Axles, Cf.ocket'9 

LAKE SU PERIOR j ^^'''* " vau.ms.iks. 



ALONZO P. C .XNRLT , PIKE'S PE \K OR 



ALFREI' n. PVVISf!S. « . .- iA.iiii...j i ^ ..•» I , .. ,. . 1 

^.TV''rr>\T'T PTTPPFR ... ., i.. Dole's Hub Boxing ilachino and llouow Augefs. 

O A I N T PALL. C 1j 1 1 r i-^ n I j._,j^,j j.,^^ ^j^,. ^^^^^ ^^itj, cuts and description j | "°'« * """ ""* * 

^ T3T /-»-tv TT" A r-T-ORY. j pries, &c.; alM, p n \YriKV. W.V.Kay, P. Wilson, 

I>r.OW FACTORY. I ^^^^ MILLS, FLOURING MH.LS ; '^'"xew York. Chictigo. Cinciunaii.O. 

a2^-.1md 



This House is pleasantly located in Little Cana 
da on the bank of L.tke Elizabeth. live miles froip 
Saint Panl. fhe House and fixtures ar» entirely 
new and has been fitted up more particulariy as 
a h^me for Invalids, and persons seeking rccrca- 

"The House is provided with boats and all the 
necessary fixtures for hunting and I'shing-^nd is 
one mile^from Bass Lake, which is const, ered the 

^"st lishine ground in the j^t«t':-7»'T^^Aou/e 
also i.rovid.-.l for the use of guests of the House. 

Board by day or week at moderate rates. 

jcl I-dt>m ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 



For sale by 
sifi ._ 

-p U R S . FURS. FURS 

C. J. KOVITZ, 
MAXUFACTUREE OF FIXE FURS, OF 

all DESCRIPTIONS AND EVERY STYLE, 

THIRD ST., Concert UaU Block, Saint Paul 

Inn 1 ■'-rt I r 

TyT A G N E T I C 
Taclc Hamiaerai. 

If you don't want to mash your fi tigers, buy one 
for M cents, at L. & H. l . BKLL .•<. 

C^ff^Tshigh. Buy a patent <--ofl<;;. ;*;{™V::-[; 
it clears the coffee, and saves one third. «hily 



Reaper and :Mo^wcx'. 

H.A.PITT &CO'S 

THRESHING MACHINES. 

We are now soliciting orders for the above cele 
brated machines. .... . ., _„. 

Persons in want are invited toexamine themat 
our store on Third street, as we feel contident 
our t-rms and prices, as well as the machines 
themselves, will be found satisfactorv. 

A geu'-ral assortment of Agricultural Imple- 
ment= >_onhaiid. jnCOLS&DEAX^ 

yyjNDAS MILLS' 
CELEBRATED XX FAJMILY FLOLH. 

For sale in bbls. or sacks by 

K & TI. T. Bell, near the Winslow Eons^ ; 8 
K. Vutnam, corner:;d and Market Sts.; Beaumont 
and Gordon, corner :'A and .lac'KiOii Sts.; J.B. 
Slichter, corner of 7tli and Jacki^on bts. 
Warranted the best 

XX FAMILY FLOUIv 
offered In this market. Orders from Hotel s 
Bakers and others shall have prompt attention 
a^.d immediate delivery. ^ ^ ARCHIB AT.n. 

TTORN, LUND&GALUSHA, 
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT L\W, 

(Successors to Horn & Galasha and SaDborn is. 

^ Lund) 

SAINT r.VUL, MINNKSOTA, 

Practice in all the Courts of the SUte, and in the 
Courts of the United SUtes, at Law, in Chancery 

"coUeahlnr'c^efully and ptompUy attended to 



MERCHANTS' DISPATClC 
Fast FreljjfHt Line, 

OWNED AND MANAGED BT 

jft^MKRICAJtC EXTRKSS CO. 

AU overcharges aetUed by J. G. fc H. C. J*<»r- 
bank & Co.. Agents. 
New Y'ork office, l>i Murray street. 
Boston office, 69 Washington atreet. 
mar25-dlr ^ 



100 



KEGS SUGAR HOUSE, GOl. 

den and Ambre, a choice article, at 
J. C. & H. C. BURBAXK fc Co.s 



A LARGE STOCK OF FINE LI 
quors and Cigars, which we offer at pric 
that will insure quick sales, at 

J. I?;, fc H. C. BURBAXK fc Co.'s 

BBLS. ASSORTED WHIS 

key, for sale at 
/. C. fc U. C. BURBAXK k Co.'s 



300 



Ql^z-w WHOLE. HALF AND QUAR 

*J\J\J ter boxes Raisins, crop of 16C1, at 
J. C. & H. C. BURBAXK & Co.'s 



ili\ BBLS. STUARTS BEST HON 

ip, I 

J. C. k. U. C. BURBAXK & Co.'-. 



20 



ev SvruD. a choice article, for table use a: 



-|0|!^ PACKAGES ASSORTK!» 
JL^O Fruits, consisting of Plums, Prun.-., 
Currants and Citron, aU new crop, for salu ut 
prices to suit the^time^. ^_ „^.^„^^.^ ^ ^o.'s 



-| p^r% BOXES W. R. CHEESE; .v 

XO W prime article, at low figures, at 

*^ J.C.fcH.C. BURBAXK & Co.'s 



mhW: ly 



•io cents 



E. &. H. Y. BELL, 



O F 



160 ^""""W ^ 

Ximbereil LaaU 

Will be sold at such price that the timber at fifty 
cents per cord wood-leave, will pay lor the prop- 



cents per 

ertv 




AXtl MAIIHNKUY of ALL KKSf RIPTIOXi*, 

To numerous to mention. 
CHICV'JO, - - ILLIN-Ol."*. 

r. W. GATES, Presidect. 
X. B. Agents flranted everywhere. 
mr7-d)twlv 



A N A C R E 



prepared to furnis 

THE BE.ST PLOWS 



I J E O N A R D & S H E I R E, 
I bxjiIjDKRS, 

Shop in old Baptist ChuPfh Cnildini|' on Fifth 
istr?.!"t, near dacksou. AU kinds oF Carp^-uter 
Woik doae to ordtr. 

MSHEIRE, ARCHITECT, 
• oinc in the same buildinc as Leonard a: 
Sh.'ire's Carpenter Shop, on Fifth stre.-t, near 

- • -■■ • — ' ^' "'?ations fc- 

d on sboi 
feblH-ly 



L I F T O N HOUSE, 

. MIXXESOTA. 



C 

MAXIL.VTO, 



stev 
cents 



82 50 

tJ^^^:^^i,^'^:::^^^'A^iC^^\ >^»«*\;-; ^^^^r'ii.rv^i^^itXiJ^M^ --^ v ■. ,- f 

ish farmers uud d -aiers wits mil-s of the ( .t> otj>t. I a.il, i le ( apit.U ol .v it i- ' " i),:,i;r„s. Plans and t<p.".;iacations for 

n.-ota. in tm. ts of .. ! nores and , , "• r^- w<'l ''^; i'J.'^if^f*"- of evSry description, prepared on short 
sold sep.iratel-ortog'.'ther. KrrusPO>liI\ ELI i B">.'«*"B*<"'-*'^'^'" " *^ •*■ *~ f,.biH.i7 
iv.i!I notice. 

, ^ IIEXRY M< KE^:TY, ", ,„ 

Evero:r.-redin th" State, and at prices to .suit th Dealer in H-al Estate. A V KNIGHT, 

timej. We will.ilwav.Hhav.onluindalarge stoc c. Paul D<e. 2<)th, iSGJ.— <liw Im* /\ . 

of Ca-t Ste.'l an.l Common .Steel Cro-.s Plows ai.iaui,^ | j^^. 

Corn Plows, Breaking and Grub Plows, of al r^,,, 

aiZ'^s and of tlii- best materia!. ■«jW-..V'i 

Having had th'- maleriul seh'cted for our espe 
cial tra'i'', an.! th" Plows l>eiiig manufactured un- 
der the supervision of 



This Honso is situated near the steamboat 
landing, and is among the largest in the Minne- 
sota Valley. Is 

NEW AND NEWLY FURNISHED, 

And the proprietor, from long experience in the 
business, flatters himself that he will be able to 
satisfy the traveling public. 

4a-CUARGES MODERATE. -Mr 

M. T. C. FLOWER, Proprietor. 
M.tnkato, Minn., April Wth, 18C2. 



(FORMKKLY OK ST. .VNTUuNY.) 

WE WARRAXT THEM 



To bo of light draught, clean in any soil, and giro 
good satisfaction g-nerally. 




y^RCHITKCT, 



POLLOCK, . o ,« . 

' Will f,trnlshdesigns,Plans,D<-tails,Sp.7CiflcaHon? 
nnVATT>SON AND ind Estimates for buildinfis of everv kind, got up 
U O .N A 1. L» b U ^> AJSU , ^"'» "^^'.-Pj ,j,.i^ for the r.duced price of one per t 

c"„t on e.^tiniated cost, and w.l if re^piired, su- 



r I c E 



bead Th. own.-r can hfve her by proving prop- 
»rfv navinff charjres and taking her away, 
ertj , paying cuarg ^,,0^ AS THO.MAS. 



nerinten.l the erection of the samo, both in the 
PT"^""" ....... „. «,...niivirtw ™ti>s. «)ffic»' in 



O G D E N , 

' !^iV«n.i""coViVitrv. at eiiually low rates. «)ffic»- in 
DEALRfts IN 1 ^jlj>„*' Kock," Thiri st^et. St. Paul, Minne- 

China. Glares & Crocker v | Jou" -''«-«" 

PLATED WARS, 



good satisfaction g-nerally. 1 CA.RBON" OHj A^CD LiV^IPS, 

PARTICULAR ATTT'.XTION PAID To RKPAIRINO. | TABLE « UTI.K RY. 

Farmers I save your old plows and we will work • ■g.Trtii**^ irMmiftsHinc: GrOoUw 
em over much to your a.ivanUge and sati.'^fac- 1-J.oaSC -i- MrMa»»«»«-»» — 



them oven - . ,, . « v, . 

tlon bv leaving them at our t actorv, on Robert 
street; between 4th and 5th, St. Paul, sign of the 
Plow. DAVISON k CONNKLLY, 



of every description. 
ROBE UT STRKBT. 8t. Paul, MIbb. 
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y H . B Y E R S , 

MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN 

COPPER, SHEET IRON AND TIN WARS 

OPPOSITE THE BIO CLOCK, 

JACKSOX STREET, St. Paul, UianMOt*. 
BOTlt-dAwly 



Upper Town, Winslow's Addition. 
St. Paul. D'-c. 1:1. IWi'J-decUt.-i* 



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BARRELS 

— OF — 

CA.'R^O'^ OIL. 

KIJUO A QUANTITT OF 

CHICAGO CREAM ALE, 
Fora4^b7 J. C. * H. C. BUBBANK fc Co. 



Patent Lifters. Will lift t>vervthing hot off the 
eve, without burning your lingers Onl.v ... 
,,,^3; E. &. 11. I. BELL. 

Aeents wanted to canvass the State for the 
above articles. A smart man can make big wages. 
For parUcuUra, address, ''\':l°£";f'!(.^1^V?i^r^^ 
Sole Agents for Minnesota. 

St^j;aul. -Tuly 11th. Ih*..'. lli'r'L'L- 

lIoRACK R. UIOELOW. OLIVLR DALRVMPLE. 

BIGELOW & DALRYMPLE, 

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS Al LAW, 
S't. I?aul, ^Xiixnesola. 

Will attend particularly to coUections through- 
out the SUte; and, until their paj-ment by the 
GoTerament, will give especial attention to the 
projecution and settlement of claims of INDF.M- 
NITY FO R SIOUX DEPREDATIONS. 82&-.tm 

nBlTB E R T P . LEWIS 

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 

St. Pau.1, IVIinnesota, 
Ctjrccon Thirdst., Roger'* Dlock,ntarthe Bridg 
Ai-so BRANCH Agent of 

"THE NATIONAL CLAIM AGENCY." 

Of Washington, D. C, conducted by Harvey 

^^CLU^fslfreS^nted and prosecuted before Con- 
«^ss, Cou?t of Claims and the depart ments^at 
^a^hington City. .«P«'"«Uttent on panltospoi. 
rim? Soldier's Pens ons. Bounties, Back Pay, «c. 
i^Adrice given soldiers and their friends by 
letter or at the office, without char^ twfcwly 




n 

{jS^aAvS ^"8;:^rp;:ui:"and';wi^hjn:fl;^ 

mil." of the Saint Paul and Pacific Kailroad 
at tvvo different depots. This road is now being 
^.irnicted and wiil be linished.o Anoka the 

coming fall. ''^'""^.^^i^^^^Jm.. 
Bt. P«nL^i.e1«J«M^ |o?--^1»««m_ 

JTNDERTAKEirS C.VED. 

The undersigned would respectfa!l7 cnncnnce 
that after the solicitation of many frieiiLS, he has 
conelu.led to engage in the above b.isiness, and 
would therefore s:.y to the citizens ot Minii.'apo- 
iis and vicinity, that h" w ill be l"-';Pf."'dn future 
to f.iruish Coffins of Walnut, M;-talic, S-1"H» cov- 
ered and Common, an.l all things requir..d in an 
Undertaker's line.' Having had several .vears ex- 
perience in the above busiu'.-s in Eastern c-.ies 
ho feels conip -tent in oihriiig his ^ervices to tak-? 
the cntin' charge of Funerals, and would solicit 
a share of the patronage 

Minneapolis. Nov. r.th, 



ptrk GRANT'S PATENT FANNIN ^ 
O VF MiUs for sale at manufacturer's prices, »t 
J. C.&H.C. BURBAXK & Co. 's 

OU WILL FIND ONE OF Til i 

Uu-gest and best selected stocks of Grove • 
ies in the West, at the 7»'*hou8e of 
dPc 14» J. C. fc H.C. BLRBANK & Co. 

PRINTERS' INKS." 

AU sorts, kinds, »?d wlora, from theeelebrat 4 
manufactory of . I. E. Wade, New York, for s.-' • 
at manufacturer's^ri^ces. bj ^^^^^^^ ^ ^„ 

AC%{\ BOXES ASSORTED T» - 

4Jt^V/ bacco, comprising aU the favor, « 
brands, at ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ BURBANK fc Co .' 

Krk DOZEN DUBOIS BEST CA^ C 

OV/ Steel Axes. Also 30 dozen Red Ki T 
Axes : also 25 Boxes assorted Blued Tacks, U it 
quality, at ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ BURBANK fc Co.' - 

ECEFVED ON CONSIGNMEN i', 

4 ("00 Poinds Dried Peach ks, and 7. ■• 
POIND : I>RI«D APPLES, to be sold low for « u 
njy3Uf J.C. BLRBANKfcU* 

E HAVE JUST RECEIVED A 

rg* supply of Western " 

vhich we offer lowfor «sh^ 



C. F. WARNER. 

novtl 



y\ Urge" supply of Western Rkser • 
r\M"v<u' which we offer low for cash, 
^^y^"*" J. C. fc H. C. BURBANK fc O ' ^ 

T^cTllY FRIENDS & PATRO^ i. 



J EATHER AND FINDINGS. 

SADDLERY, HARDWARE AND TOOLS. 
LE^^^THER BELTING. 

KESSLER & RIEHLL, 

TANNEr.S AND CURKU:P.8, 

Keep conatonUy on hand the largest and most 
complete stock of 

LEATHER and FINDINGS, SADDLERY 
HARDWARE and TOOLS, 

LEATHER BELTING, ENAMELED 

CLOTHS AND LEATHER, fcC., &«., kc. 

All of which they are now offering mt prioea to 
suit the times. 

PARTICXnAR ATTENTION PAID TO ORDKBA. 
49K^b paid for Hidoa and Furs..^r 
JU1I8-4II7 



Having engaged my services to th« Messrs S. 
C. fc H. C. Burbank & Co.. corner I^vee and ^ b- 
lev atreeU. I way be found in the A\ holesale (. a* 
eery Department, where it will afford me pleas t% 
to sec mv old customers once more. 

We shall have a large and weU »«'ected ^t. * 
of goods, usuaUy kept in ourhne, on hand. ur. J» 

I respectfully ask you to ^«»«>"lf '^^"Kou. » 
Inr elsewhere. I hope to merit for thehou-. • 
Kn •♦ •^•t of «"^ Patronage yon bare h. -. 
g reso UberaUy '^'«o^''\^"»;CARPENTEri: . 

WILLIAM D. STORKT 

ATTORNEY AXD COUXSELLOB AT LA\/ 
8T. PAUL, MIXNMOTA. 
REFFERENCK8 : 

Hon. George Opdyke • - -^ew York r ^J 

John G. TreadweU... . . ....• — ^>~»y' ^''^ \ ^ 

Hon. Amoa Dean, L. L. D •Al**''?,'.^^' * ^ 

Hon. B. A. L»w^. ^AkriniSfo S 

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11,0 tumult / ^rAllTEULY llKrOUT OF TllK 
« a<{ T3>I3¥ OF r».<4E:cHAX« at aroiiiiil him, and his thoui^htful and 
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.;,.,- , , harkv.aril tnle ul lii"itivos, till liis own 

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It .sooHH to W ginorally !«n]>po<»'d that 
all thf SivU'.x foniir.t'tl at Mankato wcro 
proM-n to III' !:iiiiiy orimirihr. This Us. 



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\-iw liie testimony jriwn ai_Min>t them, 
a... tlie Ktt.r ol he Pivsider.l to the 
.'^ll,.•.rl• iu n-t. TvIU' ■ t.« tluiu, l>oth ot 
■,\lii M \0'\ have pti'. islt.d, .<!t.atc ilistinetly 
li..il only lortv werr eor.vieted of parti, i- 
[i.!ti;';.X in lliO nnin'.Mv. Ol the.-e Ibrty, 
one was re-eommitted hy the fonnni.-! 
.-ii.ii who tried theia, t«r reason.'* whieh 
iu"\ I'.icnu ll siilliri nf, to have his .>^en- 
te::ie euttiiiiiUr<l to iiii[irisoiin;ent. An- 
other was respited--that is the e.\eei:tion 
ll i!.. M'nlince .aj;aiust him stayed — be- 
1-. ':■-• ;;.(■:■• ;^ ••oril r^a.^'on to belii-ve h;ni 
inrovii;:. the i>t ur thirty-i-iiiht v.-ere 
i.ni.rr. a^v ordIi;,i: to the sentenee ol' the 
^o!:llnl-^.l'!l whieh tried lliini, tlso i^h in 
n _. 1 i to .-evci.il >.'' tl.eni, the evitlenee 
V.-. '. ■■ i;o ii;f:;ii-i : ufh as is alw.'.ys re- 
<j ;i:i.il to<o!!\I>l a white man ol a eapital 
oHen-^e. <.^av v.Ia> tor Fome years !i;;"l 
;l;v->cd:-a white n:;.n. :iP.d on that ne- 
euiuit was .".ti;;"d the iiuiiderers woiihl 
kill him. >:'.i.l h' h; d .O.iot Ciarvie with an 
irrow. and was pnveil to have said this. 
N'lv,', it !< Will ki! )wn he li-d, as lie ae- 
: Icdijid lel'viie the eonnr.i.-sion h-.' 
! ;i i. yet lor this He he died. (JarAie was 
not .>h.)t with an ::rro\v, but witli buelc- 
-!iut. I am hilly pei>iKoU><l there wire 
-,_ .isunliri'iS anion;.; itio.'^e who were cxeeu- 



Sonie will have enuiii^h l.»r lireail bul will 
har«l!y be able to keep seeil ; while others 
l:a%e neither bread nor M-ed. In this 
^t;'.to of thit\"s it yeenis important that 



torrent — bri^rade alter bri^radc — hatterv 
alttr balterv, ^ent into the thiekets to 



held, and Si:nied to melt awav like snow i n.-ilnot »'<Ki.<t»'ri'iI Ni>t<M »n liuml.. 

Hakes beloie a llame. .and 'then '>''tl» j '-V-VATi.,';;*:.'?^^^^^^^^ s,sfi.l oo 

armies were enveloped in a vast elond ol d,,,. ivi„,'.'ii,Jr."n!V<li'iii:tii.i!!! 4:^00:) o.> 

l>uo t<< osii. •:•.■! i-.cit iiichuli'UuuUiTj'itliiT 



.sinoko, whieii hid <ntrythi!i^ Iromthe eye. 
In the still visilde ;;ryuinl betwioii the 
pike and the railroad, the tumult n don- 
ehi'ek tin- j)rogre<.s ol" the loe, were all |,1(.,| 



overborm-. It is at the point where the 
battle is emeri^in!' from these dark eedar 



sfi'il wheat should be pin ihaMvl and krpt . ,i » . i .i .• / 

... , , tiiiekets tiiat we take up the namative oi 

;or tho.«e who will lot nave an> to sow , . * 

the writer: 

In spite of their lieroisin .and devotion. 



in the spriipr. 

For the rilielof a number o( f.imilie 
ehielly Ion i_i;neis, in and around linlrh- 



in .spite of the desperate .struufjjles whieh 
markeil evcrv ire.-h ailvanee of the foe, m 



Not knowin;^ what wouhl be the result 
of the strife whieh was raaini; under tlx^ 
^reat eanopy of sinok«; that (.-oneealed tl:e 
eunibatlants, the llii^ht of those In char^'e 
ofwaizons and ambnlanfcs bceame still 



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suiirii, ilo my rh:it !lioy:irr ri-.'^iJis-livi-ly tln' I'n-a- 
iili'ul •.iiiil «.':i^lii«r of .siiiil l>:\iik, and tliat t!i".'f>>ri>- 
}:i(!ii,'X i-, ill nil iv>i).'els, a tr;i" ami c-orreft stati.'- 
nii'iil o:' Uf coii'lili'Hi or ..-uid U.iiik, ou tin- i!r-.t 



more raniil and disordt i< d. 'I'hoiisands i <Iiiy ol" .liuiiKny, '.hva, l«rori> tin- transattion of 

, , -.■' 1- , »i 1 ,. 1 :..i.f „.;,,.- I iiin lju>iii.'-- Ill' said Ituiik, on the iiiDrniiiff of 

oi luuMlivi-s Ironi the broken li^-ht win;r ^ ii.at .la.um.n'.ii.K to ili.- bi-st of ili.-ir hx^^t^A 
min^Lded with the ti-ams, and lre>j;!ently a 
iii.son, I I'uril.a-edten b.'.rrils efllonr am! j sjiiie ol an ;avtiil sacrillre of life on the j ina.ss of men. hor.H-s ami wa-ons Avould 

hit it witli a ^oud leanto ai^tribnte. I'-i''^ ^•1'"!-''V'V'''''?,.''''''''Tm '''''",' ^ ."'*"' 1"' «-»->"*l»'"> and ;rround to.t^.ther _ 

. , •! ij • ! armv, the rebi'Is sti.l steaddv pushed on- Kveiv eonei-jvahle lormol (I'.'aillvuussi'e 

Oturr neee.-saras weie a.soprovnlel lor. ^^..,^;,^ .^,^,^ ^.^,,,^. ,j^.^,.^.,. j^,,,, j^.^rerlo th.- whi/zml and whirled; an<l l.-nrst amid.^t the 



min^Lded with the ti-ams, and Ire'jnently a i an. I r .-jMctivi- Uiiowlcd-ro .and hclirf; and tliat 

anil V.a"o;is AVo'uld ' t'"' l''-"'' "l"'''' tin- !m.«iii<'.<sof i!i.«-ouiit and df- 
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' . j I :-.d hiini: whose p. rtiiipation in the nnir- 
\ ■_ I tiers were not sneh .as would have eauscd 
.in\ white niiui to 1 •■ cxceiited. 

Ti ere mav be nunlerir.^ ainon:i tliosc 
riiniiiiiiiL; in ]>risoti. bnlithasnotyet btiii 
iir'>voil on tlnin. It is to bi- hopid that 
.':.'.■ l\.'.i.i"'nt will appoint able, nnprejn- 
.!!. . 1 ii.iii to -i\e tlii-ni a lair trial, that 
c.nh uiny be de;ilt wlt'i as he deserves. 

Aj^'i'-in. it is a j;r. at mistake to^nppo^e 
that any eonsidrranle portion of the n:ur- 
de.s Wire eoinaiilttil by the men who 
have boin imprisoned, most ol whcm eanu' 
in voluntarily and ravethemsilvesnp, and 
till- others whi-n p irsiied in tliis attempt 
to the. surrendered witluxit making any 
resistau' <•. It is ■ tranjre that any ol the 
murderers .vlu>iild have been taken in tliis 
wav ; but a iV-w undoubtedly were. Those 
who instigated tl e massaere ami killed 
probably forty-nii e-liftieths of all the 
white people who vere killed, went ofVas 
mi'^lit be exjieeted with Little Six. I-iitle 
tniw and White I.od^re. Litthj ."^ix's 
['lOph- eomnu'iieei! the war at Aeton, and 
destroyed the settlement o:» IJrown 
Creek, and killed, or made prisoners ot, 
dl they eould find ')n the north side ol the 
Mi;\nesotalVo!n ili it up, comprisl.ig about 
hall ol Ilcnville ei unty, oxelusivc of the 
.Vjreni'ies. Very few, if any, of tho>e 
eone-.-rned in tlio c murders have been 
taken. The munlers in Mnrrav conntv 



\bont New Auburn I iuiind a iiumber ol 

families v. ho were relii^'eos from Lake 

Ad.l.e, where the Whit" family were 

nninlered. Some id' these were very 

poor — !,ad lost r.ealy ev rythiii'.' exeept 

wlat they hadonvhi-n they lied Irom the 

Indians. For example, there is tin- 

Coodrirh fr.n.lly, with live ehildren. w.ll 

nut have er.ou'di ehithin^' to proteet then> 

Iretn the ej!d. About St. Pet. r are 

jiathi red man'- of therelii;re. s Irom Ken- 

ville eonnty, andsuinc who w.Tee;'plives. 

For iustaiue, li.ere is ?drs. .To.-ephine 

IIu^ri:i:is, with two ehildren. wh-ise hu.-.- 

band was killed cJ ].:\<' ip'i I'arle. When 

olr. IIi.;X';inj was killed and she was ur- 

deied to leave ih'* house, she lied for ]>ro- 

teilion to tlie tent of Sa'-rcd Waiker. 

lie proteeteil and pruvliled lor li.-r iVom 

t!i«' UUli ol An-u'^t until the Ist day of 

Oetolier. Slu; leli her house wiihout a 

shawl. .\n Indian woman .■-a>7 her need. 

anil of lur i>-vn ae. unl sui'idied i!ie hiek. 

When Little Crow ih-d, it eroated a };en- 

eral ]>an:e. .iiid Saered Widhir started 

with -Mrs. Ihiv.'pins and ehlldreJi to </,o to 

the Ked ni\er .Set:h nit nt. intenflin;- to the<;reat mass Avhieh wa^ striiL'ijiini;. in 

send them down lior.i there. Lnt i!k- I i''t''^lii':il'»' disorder, thiou-h the woods. 



erowd. and terror and dismav iei;nu'd nn- 



eoiitrolable. The wh'de disordered mass 
rushed down as last as jiossible towards 
the river, into whieh it ])lunL'ed, pushing 
an<l striijr^lin<; to the other sid' 



ri_t;ht winj;- ol our army hail been driven 
in. and a faiutne.<.s oi heart eanie over nu- 
r.s the de.-truetion of our whole army 
!«eenied to htare us in the I'.iee, but the 
word we!!t furtii from IJosecrans, the llow- 
er Oi •!." hit winj^ and eeiitre were hur- 
ried ovi r towards the ripht, .ir.d mas.^ed, 
rank behiinl rank, in an army oi impo>in;,' 
■grandeur alor.;,' t!ie tiirnp'ke and faiiii;;to 
th' woods, tlirou;jh whieh the riiiels were j disappeareil. 

advaneiiij;. The seeue at this time was Sinie the annihilation o! th.o Old Cuard 
a** urind and awlul as anylhiiii; that 1 in their eharije at W.iterloo, there has 
ever expert to witne..;s until the day ol ! probalily not been an in>laiiee of so jrieat 



ill-' .>aid t'ouutv of Wliiitiia, Stttti' of Miiint'>oia. 
' .\. W. \Vt.»>TKi:,rr.',idi'nt. 
/. 11. f..VKK, < :.r!,i.r. 
.^ubsciiljoil and .«wi>rn lo liv botli Ucpoxiciit.', 
before in.-, tliis si'coi'd iU\ of .I.inunrv, ISiVl. 
VVli; Ml fl'llKKI., 
j.ial^'.l Xotary I'ublic, iliuiit-iota. 



QUAUTKIILY 



IlEPOUT OF THE 



Till' eoinbat under that Kn-a: eloud of 1^ K O T* Tj K ' B B A :N' K , 



smoke was somewhat similar to that in 
the woods. Xo one knows exaetly what 
oeeuried. There was a >lioiit. a ehariie, 
a ru>h ol' foe, a leeoil, and then lor limes 



iiulLMieiit. I stood ill the midst and upon 
the luVhe.st point ol the smnew hat eleva- 
ted .'-paee, beiui^ between the turnpike 
and railroad, Ironliii^ the key to our po- 
sition. Let till' reb' Is onee obtain jios- 
^esM"n ol it and of the immense train 
of wa;j;ons baeked alonoilu' turnpike, and 



a slau;j;hter in so short a time as ihuiiiii 
this repiil-e of the rebel hit at Murliees- 
boro ; and it will hereafter be eelebrated 
in history as niueh as is the ilery lomhat 
whieh eni.-hed forever the power and 
pros poets of Xa-poleon. 

The reb.'l left was now thoroii;^lily n- 



t!ie I'liion army was irretrievably ruined, pulsed, .and our troops emboldened by 
Iheii its hue ot retreat would be eut oil", their sueeess. pushed aiier iheiii into the 
and nofhiii'' eould save it Irom utter rout. 



slau'diier and eaptuie ; and yet eaeh min- 
ute it beeauie more and mori' plainly evi- 
I dent that :.ll the reinibreements whieh 
had been hurried into the woods to sus- 
tain and rally the broken ri;_dit win^, and 
eh '«k tlie projre.«s «it the enemy in thai 
direetion, h-d proved iiiadeipiate to the 
ta>k, and had ;n turn been overthrown by 



A b.inkiii!T a<.-ociatinn organi/.'d under on act of 
III;' L('yi>l:itur" of tlic Siati' of Miiiiiesot!!, enti- 
tled "an art lo aiitli<«ris<; anil ri'Kulato the bn.-i- 
iies.* of Ijaukinir," ai-jirovpil .)nly -'<■>, InIS, sjIiow- 
iiiL' a statoiiK'ui of ti:i' folliiwing items on the 
iniiniin/ of ilic tliirly-lir.-it day of December, in 
til'' yi-ar lst"rj, lieforo the tran-'ai'tion of any bnsi- 
ii".«s on that day. 

ttr.SoLEi'l*. 

Due from flie .*^tO''kboId.'rs of this Bank 

((■:i;ui:u i-rock noi i>ai.l in} 8'.'ii,0(V1 fxi 

I")in> from lirok'M-- , ::,.';-J yij 

.stoi'ks oil d.'prciit uith tlie i^tate .\ii<itU>r 
at tlH-ir ji!ir value 

l.ejral t'-ndiTiiot'"- 

Loss and Ks'ii.'ii.-'e arc't 

I'.ilts of .-cdvei.t l)ank.< on hand.... 



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. . . _ , , . , Sueh .-onr.iis as pmeeetled Irom th.it 

vounir n:en, seiit l>v inii. Midev iioin , < . i ■ i i 

"=■ ' - • ^looniv lore>t ol |>ini'.>> and eedars, were 

Camp P.tlease. overtook and hroujrht j ^.,.,.,^,j, j^, .,p,,.,i „,;,}, terror the stoutest 

them bnek. A.' it is ijuite eomnnin v.Itli ] hearts. 'J'he roar ol the eannon, the 

the roseucd pri-oners, Mrs. llii^uins eia>hin;r of shot thron;.;h the trees, the 

,1 , ., , , , .-, „: t.~ whiz/in;: and bursting; itl shells, the tiniii- 

and her ehildren have 1). en onite snk. ", , ^. ,,.,„, i . n 

.. t.r!i;i)teil rattle ol ,> ».()<»0 muskets all 

\l .South iU-nd I visiled a Mr-, .Jones. .,jj,,„i^.a j,, „j,,. pn.lonjied and tremendous 



with a family oi six el.ildnii, iheyoun;;- 
est in.i decline. Her l:u-bat;d was killed 
bv the Indians at Iiutten.!,:, Vallev. tJhe 
ai'.d the ehildren are .ilniost dei.cnd- 
tnt on what they reoeivo. Another reUigee 
family from tlie same lUitternnt V. lley I 
visited in Mankato. The man was 
woujided and is ttill unable to leave the 
hj'.i>e. In the same plaee I eallcd lo see 
another family who had lied from Leav- 
enworth on the Cottonwood. The hus- 
band and father was siek. These are only 
speeimens. There are many sueh fami- 
lies. Some had rei'eiveil aid Irom (.'aj>t. 
Berl.ey. Kev. ?dr. Kerr a:.d otli- rs, while 
the destitution of utliers had not been 
known. It did mc y tod to be the almoner 
-.1 olht r.>' bunnlies to .-uli families. 
And 1 think tliose whoeontrlbuted to lit:-: 
reluL'ee lund will be ^dad t > i;now that 
their enntribtitions have b-.-en jmliei.iusly 
expeinted. 

Jliere will be net d of nore. T)i'^ 
spiiiii^ will nut ,",;-s v.liho-,t niuili sul- 
leiin"' alon',' the borders ol ?ilinnesota 



days with hi- lr:>'n.l> in New- Vcrk 
turned ; . '- •■ -r la-t iii-litl 



V'c- 



, , ,. ,. , unless tie .Mipnlies .ire kept up. lirethivn 

and on the Lppor Cottonwood were eom- ^,^,, .n,.„.ls, 'xou have dene noldv. I'.v 



Tit:: Xoitrm-iN <)v::::' -.m* Exfiun- 
TIOX. — L'a[)t..in dames Fisk, i'.e leader cl 
the Xorth'TU Overland Kxpenition to t!ie 
Paeifi'% ac-OTUoani d by his topo.^'rapliiral j 
engineer. D. (-"hailto:!, o.*" Jiinneai Gli<, | 
and his smvevi ;•, I'r. !'i!.b, of ."^ 
thoiiv, arriicil in town l:i'*t ewnii"'.;. '11. e 
partv \oj.i v.-eii. and reriovt the exiseli- 
tion tts a ^leriert .ai'L.-.-. ('apt. i isk 
will remain in town loi'jr ennn;di topi';" 
pare i.i.. report to the Department, be- 
fore -^oiiiu' to ^Vas'liIi;;;on. 

Messrs. Bond and i^arrett.. wlio aceoie- 
jsanicd thj e.Niiediiiin, eame baek a-^laras 
X'ew York, a.'i I went to visit their friemls 
in :.ra-;-a.li!!-. tts. 



initted by lii«; men ol White Lodge's ami 
.*s!eipy Eye's band, and I have not heard 
that any of them are, or have been in 
prison. All the a eeounts we got from the 
.Mi.~souri represent the followers ol Little 
Cro.v anil White Loil^e to be as numer- 
ous a^ when thev foui-ht .at the Fort and 
Ne-.v llin. This should be constantly 
borne in mind, Ibr our I'ronfiers must be 
. '. made seeiire. not by destroying those who 
have voluntriiy sn'rendered, and who are 
,;_ I eomparatively inn lecnt — their j^uilt eon- 
ji.-ting ehielly in hiek of eourage lo with- 
stand the murder -rs, but by riirorously 
pursuing and punishing the murderers 
themselves. 



THOMAS WILLIA?I.SO.\. 
-» » » « » 



A Tour aRiou{rtl><^ n«>«titutf n«'faj;'<*«'» 



Tilt: ASSI.STVNCK KKXDKRKD. 



Kditor-i of the I'r.' s. 
••TiiF. Ilioirr 'M\r. i.v Tint Piigiit j The rrood poojde of Ohio and Indiana 
Pl-ACK."" — AVeh.ive ^eir that expression j ^v],o have, at the solieitation of friend W. 
used a [ireat ina-iy limes durincc the l.>.st | \V. Wales, eontnbnted liberally to sup- 
year aiid a l.aif, in ?neakinc,' of eertain j ply the wants of refugees in Minnesota, 
.!:i:.ia:.'Uis el'ei-rtain plaees i uiil be glad to ki oav that their contribu- 



^e!;er..:.;i o 

and .--iiots. Ll our (.j'nion, th-ri' is a 
great deal of meaning e.xpiessed in tle^se 
luw words, li t!;e writer ol the artieh; in 
Frid.iy's Pi:i>s, entitled •■Si-int Paul 
PostOirnc and ro>tma.»ters,'' had e.m- 
tinued his renm.rks to the present cm- 
ploi/ees oi thut e.<tablishinent, and said of 
Johnny Lc.-h that hi' is the **lvlght man 
ill t'iv^ '"'o''" phii-e," li'- v.-orild have hit it 
cxaetl^'. X'o cue need announee his 
name a seeond time to that good natured 
J:tt!e fiinctiutury. In ea:e of eniepMney, 
bo.xes eoirld be disp"n.^ed. with while he 
ol]Iei:ites. A ghinee at the applicants 
faee, and "Nothing lor Jolin A.,"' or 
••."ijomething for yon, sir, to-d:iy," and he 
passes the mail matter out willi an air ol 
dispatch tli.it is refreshing. It is very 
evident that .johnny tinderslands l.in.jelf, 
and undei -.-tands his bii>iness, ami just as 
evident that he siiould be pnli'd for it. 

A Lady. 



A Suj> -rteiident of Police onee made 

an entrv in hi.s register, from whieh the 
fuliowiiig i:i an extract: ''Thii prisoner set 
jipou Uii-, ealkd me an ass, a jireeious 
dolt, scarecrow, a ragamuflln and an 
idiot. All ;.! which I c.-rtify to be true." 



tions have been a;ii)lied. About the 12th 
of December, l>^u:?, "Sir. W'.tles, from the 
eomnnttee of distribution, reipiestcd the 
undersigned to iiiake an exploration of 
the country abort Ilutehinson, Gleneoe 
and X'ew Auburn .and other portions of 
the frontier of Minnesota whieh had suf- 
fered from the Indian raids. This tonr 
was extended .aen ssfrom MeLood county 
through Xieollet and into Pdue E.arth. 

iVlany of the settlers iiithis region, hav- 
ing lost everything, have left and gather- 
ed into the towni and more thickly set- 
tled parts of the rouiitr)-. But still there 
are many renin iinng, especially of 
the more imUntrioiis and energetic, 
who ehoo.-c rathi r to stay on their ianns 
and take care of the things that remain. 
Tlie committee p .iced in my bands two 
hundred dollars fo;' distribution — the main 
objects, however, being to learn more 
satisfactorily the real wants of the 
country. 

Hutchinson is a beautiful locality on 
the bank.'i of the Crow river. The town 
is skirted on one side by a beautiful grove 
of timber, and on the other sides are the 
stream and praii ie. Across the stream 



eontiiiuame in well doing, may the bless- 
ing il many who, -I'c/j/ li j i/^r i-ih, i:O'.i\0 
upon you. Yours iraL , 

S.n.VAC.Gyi. 
St. .\NT!io:, V, .January s, Im';. 

. » « » » * — 

Hussia and China. 

From th-' V»'as!ii!.u:oii CliionicJe. 

Il is an oi>inion rather felt than express- 
ed a;-noiig Ihirojiean jmliticians, tiiatlius- 
sia is gradually aiivancing her territorial 
line.s in the north of Asia, with the design 
ere niatiy years pass, ol'gef ting a foothold 
in the va.^t empire ol China. Whoever 
desires to have the grounds oi' his opin- 
ion may read .\tkinson's "Travels in the 
IJegions of the L'pi>erand Lower Amoor 
and the Russian acijnisitions iii the eon- 
Hnes of India and China," published in 
J..ondon in 1SGI.>, and republished by the 
Harpers in the same year. It appears 
that, in \So7, the Emperor of China ce- 
ded to the Czar, the vast valley of the 
Amoor, w hereby the llussian territory in 
Central Asia was largely extended, threat- 
eningly, il needs be, towar.l liritish India 
and China. Previously, .Siberia had ex- 
tended 0,.J!t" miles on the north of the 
Asiatic Continent, from the Caspian .Sea. 
to the Xorth Pacific Ocean, near which, 
and north of China, the .\nioor terrlfoiy 
is situated. The journey from London 
to Pekin now occupies Ji/'Of days. .Vt a 
meeting of the London (iiogiapliical So- 
ciety, on the 1 1th December, a Mr. Grant 
read an account of a new route from Pe- 
kin to .St. Petersburg, via Mongolia, 
.Siberia, .ind -Mosi;ow, which reduces the 
journey from Pekin to London to firciili/ 
days, and brings .St. Petersburg viShiii 
siiiien ihii/s' travel. It was stated in the 
conversation whielj followed, that, very 
recently, nearly the whole of the rich 
Chinese province of Manchuria, including 
the whole of the seacoast washed by the 
Sea of .Japan and the CJulf of Tartarvhad 
also been ceded to Russia, — thus bringing 
the ( zar's dominions within no great 
dist.ance of Pekin. The Uvw acipiisition, 
in lact. is adjacent to the Amoor terri- 
tory, ceiled to Uu-sia in IViT. 

The present generation m.ay not live 
to see it, but China is c, idently destined 
one day to become the spoil of European 
rulers, and. whenever the jiartition is con- 
summated, Itussia will be ibund to have 
gained the lions share. Perhaps the twin 
principles of civilization and progress 
will be advanced thereby — lor the mental 
development of Russia within the last 
half century Las been unusually and en- 
viably great. How England will accept 
of the Czar's advaticcment in Asia re- 
mains to he seen. One day it may even 
assail India, as the first Napoleon pre- 
dicted at St. Helena. 



volume of sounds, as though all the thun- 
dc.'s of Heaven had been rolled together, 
and each individual burst of celestial ar- 
tillery had bjcii remlered per|»etual, and 
above il all could oe heard the wild cheers 
of the traitorous hosts, as body afterbody 
of our troops gave way, and were pushed 
back toward the turnpike. Nearer and 
nearer came the storm, louih'r and lotuler 
resounded tlie tumult ol battle. The im- 
mense train of wagons parked along the 
roads suddenly seemed instinct with strng- 
'.liiig liie, and every sjieeies of army ve- 
hicle preceded by Irighteiied nudes, and 
horses, rolled, and ra'tled away pell null 
in an opposite direction Ironithatin which 
the victorious loe was pres.>ing onward. 
The shouts and cries of iheterriiied team- 
.sters urging their teams to tli' top of their 
speed, were now mingled with the billows 
(d sounds which swaved and surired over 
th.J iieid. 

Everything now ilepends upon the reg- 
iments and batteries which the genius cf 
liosencrans had massed together alon<; 
the turnpike to receive the enemy vhcn 
ne shoiiiii ei..ei-rj irom the woods in pur- 
suit of our broken .ind Hying battalions. 
Sinldenly the rout became visible, and 
crowds often thousand fugitives p.esent- 
ing every pos.Nible phase of wild and un- 
controllable disorder, burst from the ce- 
dar thiekets and rushed into the open 
space between them and the turripike. — 
Amongst them all, perhaps not half adoz- 
en members of the same regiment eould 
have been found together. Thick and 
last the bullets of the enemy fell amongst 
them, and scores of them were shot down, 
but still the number constantly increased, 
by rea-on of the fresh crowds whieh burst 
every moment from the thickets. 

It was with the greatest difliculty that 
some of the lei^iinents whieh had been 
m.tssed together a.s a sort of forlorn hope, 
to withstand and if possible drive back 
the victorious cohorts of trejison, could 
prevent their ranks from being crushed 
or broken bv the mass of fuiritivcs. 

From my jtosi ion upon the elevated 
ground, between the railroad and tnrn- 
l)ike, 1 eould view the whole scene, ami 
with an intensity of interest and tumult- 
uous emotion which I have no language to 
express, I watched for the result when 
the desperate soldiers of the rebellion 
should enter the open space, 

A tempest of iron was whistling all 
around my head, but for the first time 
.•since 1 began to participate in the tran- 
sactions ol this fearful war, they whistled 
and Imrsted unheede-J. I make no pre- 
tensions to extraordinary physical cour- 
age. 

He who says that amid the horors of 
a battle he experiences no feeling of awe 
and sometimes dreail, is a fabifier, an idi- 
ot, or a madman, but .at this time 1 could 
not have retired, even had I been so in- 
clined. 

My feet were rooted to the spot, my 
gaze was fascinated and fi.xed in the 
ipiarter where I expected the enemy to 
appear, and had an earthquak ■ rent the 
earth before me, I could not have moved 
from the spot until I knew from the tes- 
timony of my own eycfiight whether or no 
the trooj)s upon which rested the last 
liope of the I'nion were, like the rest to 
be beaten and overthrown. 

It was not in consecinencc of superior 
physii-al cour.tge that 1 remained here, 
but of the mental impossibility of doing 
otherwise. The llower of our troops 
were ranged in order here, and I had no 
iears for the result, unless one of these un- 
accountable panics whieh sometimes ruin 
even an army of veterans should seize 
upon our yet unbroken batt.ilions. 

Yet the.-e men were not liable to panic, 
men whose lofty cotirage and devotion to 
their country's cause overcame and ex- 
tingui.xhcd tear. 

Willi calm courage General Crittcndea 
awaited the coming storm, and conspicu- 
ous among all the rest, wa* the well built 
form of iLo commanding Uoncral, hii 



woods, driving them back in turn over a 
considerable portion of the ground wiut h 
we at first oceupieil. 

Put while the enemy was thus retiring 
from this portion of the field, his cavalry 
maile a mo.-,t impudent dash ujion another 
portion of onr line-'. 

(Here they ca])tured a jiart of the wa- 
gon and ammunition trains — afterwards 
relaken — and scattered panic among the 
teamsters.) 

A fierce cannonaile up the turnpike an- 
nounced till.' coming onset, and Irom the 
very woods out of which 1 had seen the 
rebel cavalry i.-.sui' on Monday evening, 
the first line of batlle now sallies iorili. 

It seemed as though our noble trooj^s in 
that direetion must be crushed by the 
weight of tl:e.<p immense ma".-es ol living 
ami moving men. Put the ever-w.atehfnl 
eye of llosicrans had detected the rebel 
design, even before their iront line ol bat- 
tle emerged from atnong the trees. 

The rnion army wa>; like a sot of chess- 
men in his hands, a:id its liilVerent brigade.^ 
and divisions were moved about with as 
much facility as i\w pawn., and pieei.vs iii 
the royal game. 

The lea- 1 exhausted troops of the left 
and center were hurled forward on t!ie 
double quick to combat this new ell'oit of 
the enemy, and even from the extreiu;-' left 
where Van Cleve was p i^ted, a brigaiie 
was brought over to tal.i' i)a!t iii the de- 
fense. 

They rus'.i.d up to tlie very nni/z'.es ol" 
onr cannon and hurled their muskets ut the 
head.-j of our aitillerymeii. They »>ven 
shouted denioiiiiieaHy when their heaits 
were pi 'ivi d by bidlits, and tumbled to 
the eartii wliiie emleavoring to tak'.' an- 
other stop in advance. 

The same formidalde array of batteries 
and battalions a^aiii confronted the ioe as 
iiiai upon wiiicli the violence of Hardee's 
forces had spent it.^elf, and nimilur le-nUs 
followed. 

Alino.-t simultauoou.sly a slK'Ct of lire 
leaped forth from each of the ojqiosib' 
lines, and for u I'ew minutes bolU .stood 
like walls of .stone, di.schiirging their dead- 
ly muskets into eaeh others' bo.soms. 

Then the re'iels idtemptod to eliargo, 
but a storm of lead and iron hail burst in 
their faces and tdl around them, sweejiing 
them down, as the long lines of tradi'rs 
who cross the .Sahara are prostrated by a 
blast of the Simoon. 

If utfir iiiadne.ss can be called liraverv, 
then indeed we're these rebels bravo. 

If once the soldiers of iho Cuioii wavered 
before thi.-t fuTV onset, it was only for a 
moment, and in forty minutes Irom the 
time the first ndjel line inarched forth, all 
three of them had been dashed to piece.-:, 
and the survivor.^ of the conflict Hying in 
wild coni'usion over the slope, were liisa- 
pearing in the depths of the woods. 

The l)attle was over. Until f o'clock 
the rel)els continued to fire a cannon from 
the diivction of Minfreosboro, as though 
in augry protest against their repidso, but 
when this ceased there was silence all over 
the field, so deep by contrast with the tii- 
midt of the battle that had mged all day 
that it seemed oppressive and tiuiiernulnral. 



I.1.\:UL1TIK». 

' a)ti till. .................. .....•...* 

Iii (.'i.-t.'ivd I'aiik Notes n-reived from 

.Auditor and not remrned *>!''."<*'> 

Dr-iiiui It.'jrisiered N.iti'.-<on hand. •.',:!-J'J 
I.e:iv:..s Ueijistered U:LUk Notes iu cir- 

I'P.kitiou 'u.'IOi 00 



■SS, 



^T.VTK OF 3irN\"i:sOTA, i 
i:\M<-.. V Corxrv. i 

l",r;i<(tis S. Ki!;;i.rtiin, I're^ident, and Delos A. 
Monlort.C'ii'-hi.T of lln- al)o;T named Itauk, bein;; 
.-«.•, iTalij .sworn, do say tliat tliiy are rosjie.Ttivcly 
ill" I'reiideni and <,"a-hiiT of naid Itaiik, and that 
tin- i.>ri'.uuins is iu all re.sfH-cts.a true and correct 
^ir.'..iii''i\t of till' I'onditioii of .said liank, on tli" 
.liirt>-iii-.-l day of DeCi'mljer, INiL*. b;'f.;ro tlie 
,r;i!eactii>ii ol any biisiiies.s of said Hank, on tlie 
nuTiiiiiKof that day, accord: nj; to llie be.-it of tlieir 
.-.(•veial a'ld respective knowledge and lieln-f; ami 
'Init th'.' pla.ie where the busine.-s of discount and 
d''ii<>-il ot jiiM n.Liik i , carried on, U .St. iVter, in 
thu i.'o.iutv i;f Nii'ollet. 

i;. .•-. KIXiKKTON. President. 
1>. A. .MOM"! Utr, (.ashler. 

Suhscrilu'd and sworn to by both Depuitents, 
before mo, this liiiid dav of .laiiuarv, l.s:i;j. 
(JKoliOK L. UTI.'^, 

j'tull-lt Notary' Public, Minnesota. 



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S^JIITM ^t TAYLOR'S. 
'• Cheap Citsli Stove,*' 

TIIfKU STKKr.T,XK.\T DOOU TO TUB X. W. 

KXPIiKjJ.S OFFICK. 

Vf<i have nn.hand a choice lot.of 

JJALMOKA3L. SKIRTS, 

the chcape.'t In th" uonrket. 
SOXTAGS, NUI5IA.S, HOOD.S AND SCAKF.S, 

In great variety of styles and oolors. 

OUR STOCK OF DRESS GOODS 

Is unequalled in thU city, consisting in fiart of 

sfLKsntn FRKScn meiiisoes, 

of the best make, in all colors. 

ALL WOOL HEPS. 

PLAIN AXD riOUKKD IXIOX 1IF.P.<5. 

riain.and Fi^jnred Delalne.s, Stuttled Cloth.i, Em- 
|)re.ss Clotb.s, Valencia Plaid.*, ."^i"., &c. 

Itrtsiiles a large variety low priced Dress Goodj. 

Also choice patterns of Flannel isheeiinK-s. 

All liinds of Wliitc and Colored 

F r. .<\ :n^ ^r K T.. . 

Great Bar^in.s In IJlearhiHl and Brown COTTON;! 
and all kind? of Domestic Goods, Hosiery, 

Glove.s, Ladies' and Gentlemen'* 
Wrappers and Drawers, n()op skirt.s. Corsets, if. 
Ail of which we will sell ^ 

for ca«h at figures to 5uit tlic closest buy.^r^. 

itff' Call and e.vaniini: for youn>elvca, at 

"The Cheap Cash Store " 

SMITH & TAYLOR, 
def-'j ST. PAUL, MIXXF.SOTA. 

^y O II N~A . ~S T^ E S , ~~ 

MANCKACTritKR .\!ll> Ur.ALF.P. IS 

Furniture and Cabinet Ware, 

Of every variety of style and pattern. 

CORNKK 3I> .\XI> MINN KSOTA sr.S., SAINT PACI , 

All kinds of lumber taken ia tradii. 
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ICIIIGAN CENTR.U. RAII^ 

UOAD. 

Gi'cat Ceiiti'iil Xloiito 



To New York, New England and the 

Canadas. 

On and after .SrXD.VY,Xov. 2:1, isfi?, trains w ill 
leave the Groat Central L iiiou Depot, foot of Lake 
street as follows : 

tt..'IO H. Mi. — Day Fxpress (Except .Sundays) 
arrives at Detroit at 5.a"» p. it., 
Ku'viMMision Bridge at Z'ii A. .w., 
Albany, LV'W P. M., New York, 
x:.w p. M., Boston, 11 .10 H. M. 

0.4.'k p. m.— Night Kxpre8s(KxceptSafurdays) 
arrives at Detroit ut n.-ijA.M., 
{"Usponsion Bridgo, -1.60 p. ji., Al- 
bany, li.'tO A. M., New York, 11.15 
A. .M., Boston, ^.'iO p. M. 

Cincinnati trainA, via M. C. Kailroad, leave 
Chica(;o at fCA a. m.. Mail Train ; ti.-lo p. M. Fnst 
Kxpress. Arrive In ChicaKO at io.e.'V A. M., Fact 
Express, and 10.15 p. M. Ni^^ht Mail Train. 

Thet».^5 P.M. train leavinptOiicagorunathrongh 
to Cincinnati without cliange of cars or bagu^gc. 

RUTTAX'S PATENT VEXTILATOUS 

On Cars of Day Exprvss Trains. 

Patent Sleeping Cars on Night Trains. 

BagfcaKV Chrcketl "niroagrli. 

«9*Tlirongli tickets fur sale in all IVlncipal 
RailroadOffices in the West, at tlie General OHice, 
corner Lake and Dearborn streets, (under tlie 
Tremont House,) Chicago, and at the Depot. 

K. N. KICE, General Superintendent. 
J. W. SMITH. Westeru PaMtiiger Ag.nt. janJ 



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AUINE BANK. 



Orgnnizod under the General Banking Ijiwof 
ftUnuesota. 

O.B.TURUELL, Cashier. C. K.WELLS, Pros't. 
4ar>Offlca Iu Coultor'a Block, Jackson Street, 
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DR. GALEX\S PRIVATE DISPEN- 
.SAUY, 

A-inl>I!c<lioal and Suvjjieal 
OiHec. 

ESTABLISHED IX ST. 
PAUL, .lune, IftO-.', for the 
cure of the fjllowing com- 
]d.iint; : CiiKiiNic.vxi) Pi'.i- 
VATi; Di>iKAsi:.s, including 
the VEXllilEAL DISEA.-- 
E.S inall its forms, stricture, 
riles. Fistula, Uupture, Dis- 
eases ol the Ividneys, IHad- 
der, &i'. To YufXii Mkn, 
particular attention given 
to tiie secret inlirmities of 
youth and luanhood arising 
irom certain secret habits. 
JIllilil.K Ar.ICIi and even 
Oi.n Mr.x, who teel a debiltiy in advance of their 
years roiior<.d to vijror. 

To TiiK LmiIWs — Female Diseases cured, such 
as I.eue »rrhea, ili'U.strual Diseases, Falling of 
the >Voi!.l>, rieeratiou ol the Os Lteri,&c. For 
sa)e, Dr. I >e\ve,'s Fkm .\ i.i; Pi i.i.s for obstructions, 
irrepnlaritie.-!, &c. Safe and e.-rtain at all times, 
Ijut .-iioiiid not he used during pregnancy, as they 
would produce MUruvriiur . Price SI V' • '*<•-''» 
:i:'.d i.iay he fvm Jiy ikiai;. AI-o, I»i:. ii.M.KX's 
Pkkv!;xt1' 1:, for those w'i.-^lilng to liini! their 
oiiVi)riiig, will last a life time, and warranted to 
no*, injure the heulih. Price ;;■,•, and may be sent 
hv mall. 

■pAilENI.S .VT A DlSTAXtK— Treated by 
correspondence, und Medicines keiit under seal 
to cure any ease at home. 

N. B. — I-"or particulars concernig the above 
matters, si'ndfurourMi-.nirAi. KKPiiKTona New 
.Metliod of Treatment, containing (>4 pages, :ii)en- 
gra\ ini^s. au'l niimerons cases, sent under seal, on 
lec'ipt of ten c.-nts or stamp.'*. 

In addition to a regular MiHlical Education, the 
Doctor has had many years' e.vperience in the 
treatinent of the above di.seases, and ijy devoting 
liiniself e.\clusively to this department of prac- 
iii'.', and preparing his own Medicines, he is ena- 
l>ied to cure all cases within tlie n-ach of medical 
aid, witliout risk or exposure, in the shortest 
[tosslble lime, .'separate a)>artinents always in 
reserve so that pal i.'Uts see no one but the doctor, 
and nil interviews coiiltilential. 
Jt^-Ortice in Concert Hall, Third street, 
Okfk K HofK.s daily from l» A. M. to 3 P. SI. 
Sundays Irom L' to o p. m. 

Address ail communieatlous to DR. GALKX'S 
SAINT PALL, MINNESOTA. jan4 

pRINCE & CO 'S 

IMPl-OVED 

MELODEOISf SI 

-WARRANTED FOR VVm VKARS 

The oldest establl.shmeut in the United States 
employing -ifM men, and tiuishing eighty iustru 
ments pi'r week. 

MAXlTKACTOr.Y COP.XKIl OF MAKTLAJJD ASD 
XIAtiAlt.V STP.EKT.S, 

JBXJFF.AJL.O, IV. Y. 



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ICE OF DISSOLUTION, 



The firm of Cooler, Tower & Co., Saint Paul, Is 
diss'.dvcd Ijy mutual coiL-enl. M. C. ( 00" ey hav- 
ing purchased the Interest of (i. F. & IJ. E. Tower, 
tlif business will be continued, as heretofore, un- 
der the name and style of Cooley, Carver & Co.,. 
who assume all the' linliiliti<-s a'nd adjust ail the 
uusettied business of the late ilrm. 

.MARTIN C. COOLEY. 
GLoKtiE V. r()>VKJ:, 
UCUrs E. TOWEK. 
Saint Pntit, December 1st. ItuJ. 



nef.'rrin^ to the atiove. we tako )>fr«sur>< Iu 
tendering tnanks to our frifiids lor i>a.st tV.vors. 
and with renewed assurancesof our b(.st personal 
attention lo their intere.<ts, we invin- their con- 
tinuance, coHlident that w ith undiminished facili- 
ties, we can serve them acci jitabiy. 
Verv respecifull'.'. 

novM COOLLY, CARVER i CO. 

OT. PAUL BRIDq,fe. 

The road at the west end of the bridge being- 
ready for travel, the tolls on the bridgu from lath 
Decemb:'r to 1st Marcli, will be reduced to tUu- 
following rates : 
For double team one crO'Slng, 10 cents. 
" single team overanifreturn la " 
" Cattle and hors-.'s per head, 5 " 

CHAS. A.MORtiA.V. 
St. Paul, Dob. 15. ISiV.'.—decHml. Iteciver. 



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WHOLF^ALE DEPOTS. 

4r Fulton street Xew York 

isii Lake street Chicaeo 

WHOLESALE AGEXTS. | 



Henry Tollman & Co 

VV. F'. Colburn 

Balmer & Weber.... 

James liellak 

A. Couse 

Ph. P. Werlein 

A. & S. Xordheimcr 



...Boston, Mass 
...Cincinimti,0 
...St. Louis, Mo 
. ...Piiiladflphia 
...Detroit, Mich 
...New Orleans 
..Toronto C. W 



Person.? unacipialntcd with the Melodeon and 
its history, will b»'ar in mind that we are the pio- 
ni-ers ana leading manufacturers, not only in the 
United States, but in the world. We cominencpu 
the manufacture of Melodeons iu the fall of the 
year 1>*17, and since that time Imve fiui.shed and 
sold TWENTY-yEVEX THOUSAND. These 
instnimeiits are now in use not only in the United 
States and Canada, but also in Europe, Asia, Alri- 
ca. South America and the West Indies, and from 
all these quarters we have the most flattering 
testimonials of the high cstiinatiou in which they 
are held. 

.VT ALL IXDCSTBIAL EXIIIIJITIOXS TIIKY 
HAVE INVARIABLY «KEX AWARDED 
TIIK HIGHEST PREMIU.M WIIKN- 
EVER EXnilUTED IX COM- 
PETITION WITH OTHERS. 

We sh.ill take pleasure in forwarding by nial 
(at our own expense) our Illustrated Catalogue, 
in which every instrument we manufacture is 
fully described and illitstrated by elegant eugniT* 
ings. 

All Melodeons of our manufacture, eitlier sold 
by ns or dealers In anv part of the United States 
or Canada, are wan-anted to be perfect in everj 
resjH'ct, and should any repairs be necessary Ije- 
(bre the expiration of live years from ilate ol 
sale, we hold ourselves ready and willing to make 
the same fi-ee of cliarge, provided th« ii\jury 
is not caused bv accident or design. 

Agents for tlic sale of our Melodeons tnajr be 
found in all the uriucipai towns of the Uuitod 
States and Canaoa. 

AddiesM either 
GEO. A. PRINCE & CO., BuilWo.N. Y. 
GEO. A. PRINCE & CO., W Fulton St., N. T. 
GEO. A. PRINCE & COm *i Lake it., Chicaco. 

Or eitlier of the al>ove wholesale agenta. 

For sale by MUXGER BUGS., AfenU, St. 
Paul, MInnosota. 

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Banking Orriri-: ok Tho.mp.<«o!« Bkos., » 
St. Pah., Dec. I, Ixx-. ^ 

We beg leave to annouiice to our friends anj 
the public gent-rallv that Mr. CHARLES SCHEI- 
FKR, of the late 'linn of Darling .t Sclieffer, of 
Stillwater, Minnesota, becomes a.^^sociated wiih 
us in the Banking Business from tliis date. O'lr 
firm name remains unchanged. The business st 
Stillwater will be continued under th" linn uaiao 
of Schelfer & Thompson's. 

nov.JO-lf THOM P.SOX BROTHERS. 



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GOOD COLLATERAL SECURITY r.KtiUIRKD 
H. E. BAKER & CO., Auctioneers, 
On Third-sl., second door from .lacksau-<(t. 
janl St. Paul, Miuuesota. 



P* O R SALE. 

MOCCASINS, 

Men's Oil TaiiMoccaashis, 

MILITARY BOOTS, 

&c., &c., &c. 



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10 TAX PAYERS IN Z^IILLE LAC 

(OIXTY. 

Kotice is hereby given that "the amount of tax 
levied on each dollar valuation for the year A. i>. 
1K(V,', is as follows : 

For the support of State fJovernnieut ..2.S' milN. 
For (Miyment of interest on public debts.. 2 mill-. 
For tlie support of State common sellouts.'.' mill.-. 

For defraying County e.xpenses Vi mills. 

For building and re|iairing roads and 

bridges in thetowu of trinceton 5 mills. 

" " *' East Pjinc(>ton...-Jniiil8. 

For town expenses— Princeton S' J mills. 

" " —East Princeton >; mills. 

For school dist. expense*. Dist. Xo. 'i ....h milhi. 
Princeton, .Ian. 5th, 1m>-3. 

E. .1. WHITXEV, 
janr-w4w County Treasurer. 

ri L A I M S F O K 

Sioux I>epx*cdationN. 

The undersigned is prepared to prosecute all 
claims against the .Sioux Indians before the pro^ 
per Department of the United States Govemineut 
arising out of recent depredations. All parties 
interested can be assured that the undcrsign(>d 
possesses &cilities to obtain a speedy settlement 
and payment of any claim which may be placed In 
his hands. C. D. GILFILLAX, 

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EXCELSIOR BRE««-EUY OS PHALEX'S 
CREEK. 

All persons interested will take notice that saM 
Brewery i- now iu full operation, and tlmt all 
contracts tor Bailey, Hops, or Slock of any kind, 
for said Brewery, will bi' purchased by the under- 
signed, or Andrt'w Xessei, his General Agent, ui» 
other person having authority to make such pur- 
chases. Ur. A. F. Keller is authorlzMl to sell 
or deliver Beer, Ale, &c., and to collect tor me all 
claims on sale* so made, but is not otherwise au- 
thorized to contract for said establishment . 

.St. Paul, Januar}- 1st. 1803. 

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VOLUMK III. 

?he faint i^uil f rc$?s. 

OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE STATE 

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g ■ I;! I- -.!■.' lii ;i:.r;'.r l>.:ilv, Tri-Wi'''kl> 
BM.i '.. .-. k'> lirnUiti'-n ui.iii ■'•••■ <'»i«i''' '" i'"""'"- 
!vj:;i.:i,i.l «i.r<rv>rf pr.'-.-iU^ i.K'.ii.->'ni.'nt* to ad- 

.-r. r M t , it !:>i'AY. .1 am'aky m. 

T« l»j»i% rr.H».— »1 •■ M*»»t u frt» 
inot-f J"ii-.t-« Ia*» <'oi>ip«»Nitor«. '*"<» 
*isth a"* wri- (aWy cor.ijifU-nt, »»«• will 

|..».» «:iirl. *«'U1» |J»T l.l..U»iilMl. ."•Olio 

',i. Ws» <>»' IllE .MOKSl.\«. 

A i!i?[';itr!i •'! i'-'- !-''« '''••"" St. l.o", < 
• :iv > I'lat tiif rt'l'V'U hnvi- h.-t-n r«'{)ul.-i.->! 
:il SMiin^!it.'M in fvi'i y ailvami-, lliat Ui.t 
llf !»• ol't'u' tnvn w.is tli-strttVLil. aiul tli :.t 
( :.;!■< l;:i-; t'lircf ftiiumns in i»nr:<uit «'l t'u- 
t Tictny. 

^;■.t•- lui-s hion abaiKloii.il. A now l>a.<*' 
ot it;uTatiu!is has '>ofu siU-itciK tlio i<osi- 
tu.'i o; tho vi\i my ia lr.>nt uf the Ya/(H 
riv • \k\wx iiiiprv-iuil'I'-, and auotln r 
r .jit .'1 ait.iik lui" li'cu iUt'.rmiiie.lupoii. 
('•on. -^[^.■( ljni;'.::>i i- in (■..liim.ii-.tl. ''in- 
i , s i> i-tiin.->t.-»l at from L'.-'-< '• to ;'..•>">'. 
.\o:iii!);X I'-i'l 'H'l-a Ijianl iVoui I'anks < r 
Farrajiiit. 'llir itu'iuy at V i. k.-.l<ur^ h;nl 
bi-.-n le-iiiii^rr. .1 t.> tli.- iiuinhi-r of ^M.<*<Ht. 

It a[>i>oars ft am tlie Kiihmoiul {ujmti:. 
t!i:U tLt' r.'lifl-- are o.\i>i.<liii;j: a:i attaik 
Lpuii Wihuiii ;to:k aiul (iuM-boro. 

(i.ii. lUitkr i- rn-tivni- an ovati'Mi ;;t 

Sfvoral point"! oi nwn- than oriiiaiiarv 
Iiit^-n'^t. v.Ill be jounil in our n-jiort oi 
t'onirvv's^ional jTocfrfiiiig*. 

A nsoliuluii to ratity ami confirm tin- 
I'n -i.ir'.i-/s I'r.ula'.r.ation was n-li nvl tc 
I'll- t oimuiti.i- 0:1 tin- .Tiu'.iiiary. 
•*- •-♦■■•-♦• 

Tiie Ltiii-liitinv will nu-tt in .Joint ('oii- 
\, iitu.a to-.l.iy at \- M..a'-o.n-iiin;4 to law. 
tjr tlif flf.tion of a Initi'ii Matt- St n- 
sit r. r>^ rt-xiliilion ol lli*- ro-jiublican 
cdiK-ii- la-t f\t!ii;.i:. tiion.' will br no vote 
takiH In- ^.-luitor, but thv Convit-.tiui 
will ailjoiii-a to await tin- n->iiU of tlu- 
v.nti'u i thi- I'V'Miii^;'. 

'ilii- ll'jitibllcau nifinbirji of tlic Lfi^i.— 
l^tiir' — I'' ia nunibi-r — all buin^ jtresfnt 

nu't ia Lancu-! la^t evt-ninc; at ^ r. M. 

in tik' Hall ol the IIou-'l- if Ile[);(-'rnt.i- 
tivcs for tlif nomination of a rnit.-il States 
Si-nator. Twfnty-tour l»aUot:> wtrt- r;i-t 
r^tuiuliai; on t'l-- tirst ronnt : 

For Uam^ -> '-' 

For A!'!ru'h 'J 

l"i»r < in>["r, \v.' t'-ii'-^'- ■ ■ 

^latt'lir;^ ' 

Fifir ;. ,.. -i\tfi-n ballo'.-" wi :<• li.itl. 
with about thi- s:in\i' rt-sult a« abov«> a< tar 
a> lhek'atiii:;;c-antli<latis WITH conctrne'l. 
Kamst'y otraMonaily clro]>iiiiiLr to T.t. un- 
til th<* fittf.nth or si\tiinth ballot, whi'j: 
the vote for .Milri'h ho^an to ilrop oil 
an*l to cont' ntrafi- on .lann-s Smith, Jr.. 
ai'.'l tlio vote for Ilanisty to iurn asr. 

On tlo^ twenty-fourth ballot tin- vote 
stood as t'ollows : 

I'.-r K-inti'j-, ■;'•; 

F'lr Stiiitli ■', 

For .Milrich ;| 

Scat tori 111' 

On the intermoiliatc ballots a variable 
vote of from one to seven was east f' >r >e v.r- 
al candidates. Smith, Cooper, Marshall. 
Mill.T, I'.enson. ll.d.b.vin, M.fbir.-. and 
perhaps other-. 

At lialf-p:i-t eleven, tlie eaaens ad- 
jonrned, to meet at half-jiast seven tliis 
evenin.;, wli'-a it i-. lioped the eoniest v.iU 
be decided. 

Tl"h«< Confi-'JltMl Elrctlon < .\nr in Ibe 
lii<*t:ouil <'uns-r«>4«luBul Uintrict. 



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i:LK(Ta».> or c %■ rKi» ."»s'atk.» 

Ill .\ii'-o ii tl;e i;inan'ipatIon;sr*5 are 
ii a lieeide-.'. irajorify, but appear divitbd 
ai.ioii'^ t!ieni«elve<:. Tl e tv.o .letinir S( n- 
it !.> uo:- 1 lii.r .State are John lb llen- 
ler^.n a:.d Uobert Will- -i. appointed 
by the Oovernor, to fUl the vaeaneii-s oe- 
v.•a^ione 1 I'v tl:e witl drawal t^f Trustin, 
I'olk :t'id'-.Ii.n"(;re( iv. He'iderson w.is 
eleeted on the Gth. for the bal aiue ot his 
t^nii. v.hiiii expires <.n the Itli of Mare!), 
and i> a .anili.late al.o lor ihe lo:-.;^ term, 
<• lunuiuii.j; on that .!;i»". lor the fjar 
remaining; years i>l Wii'soii's lerni, no 
•Iioiee h.'.s yet l...'en made. i>. tirat.; 
I'.rown, Joh:i S. rhel;is. and S. T. (.lover 
ire ti:v rival eaaui dates. Urov.-.i and 
l'Iiilii> h:t\e thns tar exhibiie Ulur same 
-■.reni'th. The form: r is a radi.-al Kni:'.n- 
,i;.:iiior,i-t, the latter gradnil, whiie 
l'iieii)j is understood to represent tiio op- 
;>onents' of either me. sure. 

In Illinois, W'v.'.. \. Kie'i:ird.son is the 
■aiKus tMndi('a!e ol the Denioeral-, ::nd 
ius (l.i;;Iitle;.s been already idected. lii- 
will fill il.i- tv.o ren\ainiujj years ol the late 
Senator Dou^das' tei ni. 

In Intiiana. there i> a "hiteh." The 
Kep-biioan-h:ive ihv S"'natea!'.d ih" Dein- 
o.rats til" House. Thus far, they have 
failed to nu'.t in joint convention, and 
■oi:-idera'o!e t xeitei uiU h.a" been made. 
Ih,- Democrat.-. ha\ e a niajorily in joint 
convention. Th.ir .•audid.ltes are David 
I'LU-pic. (. id!a.\*- lite tipponent. and 
liio.ita^ .\. ilcnilricliy, lat«' (oinniis-ioM- 
er of \W General Land Odl ■••. It i" 
.lo;;',tti;! wliethep :'i election will lake 
plae. . 

In Micln-a.i. Za -h-iry Cliaiullcr h:;s 
been chosen a.>» bis o>vn buccessor. lor the 
t rin of six years. 

la Ohio. S.'n;U<»t Wade will be either 
re-eleeted or some other Keimbli.an, or 
a War l>emoer.-.t of tie- To 1 stamp 
cho^i';!. 

In Nev.- ^ ork n.»d IVnnsylvania. the 
results are m doubt. In the former State. 
til- llou-e is e.pial y divided, and may 
refuse to 1; I into "int convention, the 
rnionists havinjjja majority in tise .Senate. 
In reniisvlvania. the Democrats have a 
■uajority in the lie. se. ail t!..- llepubli- 
•ans or I'liion :.ien in the Senate, but the 
former a i;;:' i i;> <> o:.e on joint ballot. 
-^iin-^r. ranevoii has, hov.-ever, oft'-nbcU 
low:: a lieavi.r majority than thi-. 

lu New Jersey, a Democrat will sne- 
•eed the late Senal ."r Thompson, and in 
Massachusetts of<e!ir.-e,CaarIeKSumn»r 
will 1 ■• hi-o'viisnc.' s>o.' (or anothertenn 
of si.\ yeais. 

lu .Mai'ie aS -nat >r will a!.«o br ehasen. 



I —The lollowing is General Uo.sccrans 

ollieial order deelarinj,' his intention to re- 

i taliate for anv barb.-tities JoiV. Davis may 



OUR SPECIAL DISPATCHES 

VXA CUICACO. 



eomnnt : 

' liF.-VIMjL Ai:rKl!S Dur-XnTMlNT ( IMIil KI.A.Nn I 

I Ml innr.iisisouo, Jan. (It;!, 1s'k5. S 

Gi:ni:i:.\i. t)i:i>i:i: No. — . The Oi'iu-rul coin- 
. '.>!Ui"iiii< i* piiiiit'd to inlorm tlic commissioti- 
. «a oiU.vis of tlieCtint.'il.Mat.f nnuy, taken i-ru- 
t.ii.-rs I>v C.vrc vs iiiuler liin ooiniiLiiu!, that, <>\»iii^ 
I t> th.' h.\ri.aroii.H ni<Msurys annoui.ivil by fresi- 
I ilMir Imi-. ill his ri'ceiit iir.>cl:iiii;iti >n, ih-nvin;; 
! j.::role t..eiiri.r!i.-er-, lie v.jU bo ol)lijJ"il t'j tivat 
• liiein i:i like luanic .". 

' It i-i:iii.:in. r lit rc;rr.>t to him that thi-i rigor 

I ri)(MMrJ to U'- iie.vsviiT. He trii-t> tliat MSi-h r.;- 

; liio:i>trjtnv :i- UKiv be ni.ule iii tlie name of ju-- 

ti.e. Iniiiianil • asut oi\ilizalion may re.i.li llio 

«on;. .i.i.ite auKioriil.- »^ <wll induce them to 

I 1 ur»u- a ilile'reiit Oiiui ■■.•. anil tliereliy enable him 

10 .uonl to llieir olii.'er^ the i.ri\ ile;,'iM vvliiih h9 

is alv. ivs plea- a to e\tenil to hr.ive iiuii, even 

t;ioti^-:i liichtiii;; tor a i-.m-e uliicli li-' coii-.i.ler.'" 

lto«tile t'> o ;r jiatioii ami tllsastrou-. to .lunian 

t':v".i't.>. 

Jtv conmuiru ef Ceuenil Kosecmns. 
v,>i-.i,-o^ « . i;OHI).VKl>, A. A. I.. 

— We jndjie the Second .Minnesota was 
not actively c-n;,'a.:,'ed in tlicMurtreesboro 
battle, for we find no mention of casual- 
ties in the regiment in ony of the c.\teiul- 
ed li-ts published iiithe ('hica;io and tiii- 
eiimati paper.s. 

— IJy tho Asia, at Halifax, wo loam 
that the Nei%- Vork correspondent of the 
London Tiinm eulogises the passai;i'3 01 
ti:e iJappahannock as one of the noblest 
ejiisodes of the v.ar. In a sid)seqnent 
ti!e:;ranh report by t!ie ( hina. tl;e same 
correspondent pronounces the battle ol 
ri-edericksluir^ as cue of the iierLCst and 
(h'cidedly the moNt calamitous to tlio IVd- 
eral army of the w.-ir. He bays that tlie 
Federal troeps fought with the most do- 
termined eoin-:;ije. but oppo.-^itiou to Cieii- 
eral Lee was imprejj;nable. 

— f'crtain Iron-elads, not .subject to 
<\\.-\\ casualties as the Monitor's, are re- 
ported, by j:;ood aitiiority, under ord» rs 
tor hi.uchly 
ports, 

— ^felvee Dunn, troin tlie Military 
Connnittee of tlie House, has reporteil a 
blll(bri!ie construction of air-line rail- 
roaifsiroin Wasiunj.'tonto I'oint ol Koclcs, 
and front ('nniberland to ionnellsville, 
thn.s shortenin'.; the distance toTittsburgh 
nearly 1">" miles ; said roads to be built 
i.y a company whose bonds shall be <^uar- 



BY TELEGRAPH. 



.VTROCITIES ?Ell?ETR.\TED BY V.\N 
HORN .\T HOLLY SPRINGS. 



Three Negro Regiments Or- 
ganized at New Orleans. 

Bragg to Make Another Stand 
Against Rosecrans. 



A Formidable Federal Attack to 

be Made on Charleston, Wil - 

mington and Goldsboro. 



IMKLUnK .4T VSCKtolfil Bli.;. 



THK ARMY RETIRaS TO N.VI'OLEOIn. 



pnOM MEMPHIS. 

Speciiil DUiMtch !j ihc St. J'unl Press. 

.'.I;;.Mi'ni.<, .Jan. ;'. j 
Col. Lee made a raid into ^leuerel to 
capture rebel troops, said to be there, but 
tiiey had skedaddle"!. 

Tv.o privates named fJr.aves and Miller 
of the '.>lh Kansas, in attemptinj^ to force 
the guard, were fired upon by (Japtan 
Sawyer. Graves was wounded in the 
arm and Miller killed. Capt. Sav>-yer 
wa.-> wounded and has left in cliar<;e of 
tlw .Sur<^eon. 

At .Somerville, on .Saturday niyht, two 
connianies of rebel troo;>s made their ?])- 
pearanee, and mist.akiiio each olh' r lor 
iederal troops, had a ri.^^ht smart chance 
of a fi.Ljht on their own account but for 
our benefit. Two of their numbi r v.ere 
killed and .=cveral wounded and taken 
prisoners. The latter reveale^d that they 
had captured Sav.yer and the Surgeon 
wdio hail charge of him, above rtierredto. 
t'ol. Lee is in search of a lav<,'e cavalry 
force supposed to be near Tuliahoma. 

It is rumored that the lO'.ith Illinois 
rc'Iment has been disbanded, and that 
liie Lieut. <-'ol. has gone over to the en- 
emy. 

Caj)t, Trice and two re';el Lieutenants 
have be cnarrested atCoIliersvilie, for at- 
tctnpling to enlorce the rebel conscript 
law. 

The steamer Jacob Musselman, late 
from White Kiver, on her return to .St. 

estttr- 



'latest news. 



Good News from Missouri' 



By Teliegraph.. 

OYY, VSb-QCIATED I'H^SS mgggiR 

THE \'ICKSBUr.G EXPEDI- 
TIOIT ABANDONED. 



Rebels Reptdsed at Springfield. 

St. Locis.Jan. 12. 
Late last night. General Curtis receiv- 
ed liispathcB from Col Crable, command- 
ina at Springfield, Missouri, that the 
rebels were repulsed in every advance, 
and our forces held the place. 

__ 1 ^ve lost 17 killed ; the nmuber of tlw 

ANow Base ofOpcr.tlons Se^ctod • ^^^ l^;;;^:^^ ,^^^S! 
AXOTHER POINT t^F ATTACK DK- ^ Thev left a number of wounded on our 



Cil)EDUr'^>' 



A Preach Expression in Favor of 
the Loyal States. 

UKliKL ILUULVUITIES IX IHE 
SOUTHWEST. 

Spei-:nl Ih'spat'-U lothe Saint Paul Prest. 

\V.\sni.N<iT</X, .Tan. I.'. 

It appears from advicts rcceivetl here j j ^^^^j^^ .^^..^j, i„j,.,n.,| \,y f,,„.rrillas 
that the Confederates at the recent re- \ ^^,^^. ^^ l•,.^J{^.v^s Landing. Some of the 
capture oi Holly Spring-i, Miss., by Gen. . i,„'j,t'^ ^.,.p„. i.^ve been arrested for corn- 
Van Dorn's cavalry fbr:e, dfjstroyed, by I p'j^.j^y 

Statements w<-re current in Nev/ Or- 
li' ins that .feir. L'avis had made arrange- 
ments (lining hi.', re-vent South Western 
tour, and was now preparing, to recapture 
the Crescent ( ity. No alarm was crea- 
ted by the statement, as the attempt can 
be successfulb resist-ul or nothing left to 
recapture. 



ri:(jMiT .'.( I io> e-r e.vi'i viN iViioi:. 

We aie i-.i 1' bteti to a jirivatc eommu- 
iiieatian from Mrs. S\vi>>helm. of the -St. 
i;loud iKiif-itl, ijr the following iiiter- 
e.-tiii" iutelligeiifc in n-gard to the inove- 
laeiit-. of liidiai^.s on our West 'rn border: 
Hue .lay last wetk II ;,' l>o^', a ( liii.pei>v »:iiei. 
.•uuie to (,':it*r. T.iyhir .- l^•ral^llIarter^, at .^ar.U 
leuti" aii«l raiilii • iiaJh.'.'ii Ic.iir.iiij; ami -topixnl 
i ,r -t:!. ; in;: to ea(. Thi-i f ;;;.!ain 1 . uiriii-ii.Mj. 
>ut t .'.1 1 imt > : ; \ri! \\V.. \\\< imriy I'liim-Jiiilelv 
;o t'l..' .\'.; 'le-y. a- ii w nihl lie dais;?^i<iu.-. l">r him 
tore!i-.:i!ii \:\ .Ii ■ x ioiniry of t'.e .•i.jMier*. rroii.- 
i-iii;.' I'.ii' h ' V :t. la a I'-w d.iys howc-.er, Caji- 
taiu f. Was vi-'t'''l h' a >'|uail of ahoin aii.>zeii 
more, v.li . e' r;; ■! J>r > i-i^-lM. These \vere;,'iwii 
theui, Willi ol 1 is t.i 1 .i\c at o!i>-'. .Shortly aller 
I m ■^M-n;.-'!-. Mr. Ur >« ii, from Itonn-l rr.iiii". 
•■v.iievvi;U wont that the (■hi:ll.l■wa^ v. re .• im- 
liiittiiei (1. pivi'a.ioii* on IlMiuiii ami I.oii.u' I'rai- 
ri ■. " ,• tLiiti Taylor, t'l" e.^mnuniilaiit nt ilie 
I'o-t, iiuiiwirii-ly ilet: iKvlfilte«MUiJ-.-n ofMs own 
•ouieaay I)., l.-t i: -j?! aeiiil :.linne~otu .Mounte-l 
Itate.'r-, ami tea li-."ii of Caylain 5Us oj'.^ oom- 
jriiiy ;i:irai"ry} timler tatif. MoCoy, witls nril>T> 
,. '.'.Mu iu!iioam;i : \ n^ai'- linii;'.i'.s tltey coitM 
iiii'., •i-uil or alive. > in iW :;Ii a ]>ortion of the 
cletaohmviit reliini .1 vith .•;-.'!it or tenol the red 



anteed by the rnited States. It is po-isi* 
I'le t!i.it this bill may go through the 
House, but prominent .Senators say they 
will Muotlier it in t'le Soi ate. 

— In the ca<e oi O'.instead and .lonea, 
the irandders arrested at Colnmbtis in the 
Cook ilelal-afion. and rele.i.sed on habeas 
corpu-!. the rresident telegiaphed orders 
su-pcnding all civil proce.-s in their ease, 
and onlering their arrest by military 
liKce il' neees.-ary. The gan.blers had 
made preparations for strong rcsistatice. 
but finding the ollicers uetermined and 
well backed by s >ldiei-s, and a collisior. 
between civil and militaiy power beinj: 
eviiiiiit, th" gamblers waived the writ and 
are here on parole. They hav»' to dis- 
gorge or go to Grant's army. 

— .\t the .'th of .January celel»ration at 
Columbus, Attorney (Jeneral <'. Uitch- 
liild, recently eleeted, made a speech, io 
wiiich he said the people did not care who 
was rresident, Lincoln or Davi^i. He 
eonnfenanced resistance — armed, it nec- 
es-:ar\ — to the President's proclamation. 
The Senate of Ohio refused to appoint a 
conunittee to notily him of hi.s election. 

— Wehavealn-ady stated that the Legis- 
lature of Ml'sunrionlhe olii inst.. elected 
Hon. .loliu IL Henderson, United States 
.Senator for the unexpired term of Senator 
Wiboii, emliag the -Ith of March next. 
On the t)ih a ballot was Imd Ibr a Senator 
for tlie term rommencing on thf Ith of 
March ne.\t. and on the following day two 
more ballots, with the following re-^vdt : 

l-thnilot. Mhallot. 3.1 bai'.ot. 



burning, the linestli."^! of medical stores, 

consisting of drugs and superior medical 

i!n])ortaiit Southern rebel | instn.ments. in the \Vestern department. 

They also destroyed thousands of blank- 
ets, now much retjuired by both anaies. 
Ihe wanton and unnecessary destruction 
of medieal' stores and surgical instru- 
ments i.^ a violation of all rules of ancient 
or modern warfan-, which h.Ts held such 
articles sacred for pnrpo.ses of c3.T)nion 
humanity. 

The rebels at Holly Springs, .also jn.a<!e 
an attempt to burn the general hospital, 
containing live hundred .«ick Federal sol- 
diers. Hy order of Van Dorn a lage lot 
of ordnance, powder and shells w.as fired 
in front of the luspital belbr* there \.;;s 
time to remove the sick iiunates. Hy tin" 
«'.\plosion which followed, the walls were 
riddled by projectiles, and ?ome twenty 
of the inmates wounded. 

It v.as by the utmost exertion that the 
hospital was saved. 

A rebel cavalry ollicornamed Ikcwstcr, 
by or.ler of Gen. Vm Dorn, marched 
from th'-ir beds ever si 'k per.«on in the 
hospital who had not been p.iroled. The 
poor, exhausted, wound»'d, sick fellows, 
would fall down in the streets, but had to 
rise or be shot, .and dr.ag themselves .along. 
On being importuned in the name of 
humanity to desi.st, he finally let tiieni off 
on receiving a paper signed by all the 
Federal surgeons, giving a parole ia the 
name of the prisoners. 



THE VICKsmiKr r.LUNDE:;. 

<ijK\'i!il ni.ip.itc!i to thi' 



lii<*t:ouil <'«nsT«»*«l«»ul I»i«trli-I. I levil a )>ortio!i i.eii « h-ft b«'hin'l to I ■"» al'ie; 

•We are "raliricd t) learn that -Major .nh-r^ Th-.— are i ,.].t, awaitliij? ord.-rs non. 



C alien called upon tiov. Donnelly ye.-,ter- 
dav, aiei iiotllb'd him that it was not l;i.- 
iiitention to further pro<ei ute t'le t onte.-t 
for Lis scat, and that he would abandon 
llie whol.- proceeding. 

We are gratilicd to hear this as it will 
prevent the duly eleeted representativi 
of our district from appearing in Con- 
gre>s under the elou.l and odiumof acon- 
t,-ted election, which could not Imt 
materially impair his usefulness and ef- 
tJcaeticv in behalf of his ccnstituents. 

This act of Major Cullen is deserving 
of praise. It was in his power to have 
subjected Gov. Donnelly to very con.sid 



i.-id-iuurters. Hi;.' 1' i.^', it is sa! I. tV.iling to ]mr- 
-iiad- tiiewii.''- ban I, h.'il pii\iom'.y r-tui;r''l 
to ;•;•.■ .\s-iiiy wit'.i ai-oiit thirty^otbllwef. 

Tiifi A«JttTfiw K.«»r. 

r.v the time that the Indian obstacle i* 
out of the way, and travel and settlement 
northwest of Mil ncsota are relieved ol 
all l-.a.-^.ards, the public will lie in posses- 
sion of a mass oi information which must 
tirove advantageous to tlie development 
.jf Minne.-ofa. 

The S»-cret:iry of thu i'reasury. In .Jul;- 
last, connminicatod to the lIou.»f of Hep- 
reseiilatives a sei ie.s ot reports upoti our 
relations to Noi thwe>t T.ritish America, 



n. (iwt?; r.r«.\TM 

.lolill >. I'iielp^ 

■». r. CiioviT 

W . Noell 

<. M. r.iecklnriilge. 
I'.roi'.heail 



,.>l 
l! 



■11 

I 



49 
2 



arable trouble and expi-nse in maintaining; p:in!eularly the central di.stricts ol th 




his ri'dit to his seat ; and there are somt 
men who under such circumstances wouhl 
have been malignant enough to have per- 
sisted in the contest, even though they 
saw no prospect of their own ^ucces.s•. 

We attribute the fact that Major Cul- 
len ever raised a question as to the valid- 
ity of the ele«tion to the n.atural feeling of ^ 

irritation ami disappointment coiiseipitnt I Capt.. 
on a defeat-and possibly to the .advice ^^^^^^ 
of injudicious friends. We are glad that 
in his sober second thought h.; has taken 
a wiser view iA' the (piestion. and .adopt- 
ed a course which retlects credit on him- 
self. 

» t # t » 

.WEE-ODIOITA COttI ETRY. 

One of the most pitpiant and airy pieces 
. of feminine gossip we have seen this many 
. li day is that which " Miss Eleanor .Jane" 
sets to music on our fourth page. Tht 
ro'niish play of small talk is as prettily 
harmonized with the tluent and lively me- 
tre of the lines, as v.ny thing in Hood or 
Sa.ve. Our lady readers willl»e delighted 
to know that our fair contributor has 
pronii.^eil a series of these vers de Societe, 
a.H she calls them, in a pleasant little note 
accompanying these verses. Wouldn't 
they like to know who Eleanor Jane is, 
though ? 



Ued Uivcr of the North and the Saskat- 
chewan, by Mr. .1 W. T.i\ lor. The usual 
edition of siiehrin Executive Doeunietil 
was printed at tie time, and fitrni-h' d to 
members at the leginning of the present 
session. The II ni<''. recently orilered.an 
extra edition ollive thousand copies to be 

printed. 

Capt. .John .Mdlen is now in Washing 
. n. busy on his report upon the wa-rgon 
road between 1" )rt I'.enton and the C»d- 
umbia Kiver: aid .an abh- and det.aileil 
narrative of Cap*. J. L. Eiske's Overland 
Exjn diti'-n ol 1 "*<■>_*, m.av soon be r.ntici- 
pated. We ho;ie that these docniuents 
mav receive the ;;ein.ral circulation, row 
a.«isured to the r suits of Mr. Taylors la- 
bors. 



— Through freight and passenger tran- 
sit was regulaily resumed on the 7th 
on the lialtini'ire and ( Hiio raili oad. 1 he 
7 :.'10 and 11:."<) r. M. trains from New 
York make connections with the «: 10 pas- 
senger train fro:ii here going West. 

— The (joveilior of Illinois made an 
cfVort in his last aiessage to tell all that he 
knew. He managed to lill about lilleen 
eolumns ol the hai»less Chicago newspa- 
pers. The pro'>f readers ami the t lerks 
of the Illinois Assembly have the .advan- 
ta"e of the r.'st of mankind in readinjj the 
whole thing. 



Ll'.e llii-hmond Examinrr, speaking 
of the Murlrcesboro alVair, s.iys : 

If U lani'iilab'.y r-rtain tli;lt the enemy has 
.-.irri'il hi.^ p i-u, anil retains .l!t the ;il\:.iilapeii, 
.•X'' 'pi the !.•-« ol' I'iisoii'T!* anil arms, r>'-iiiiiog 
froiii th." ballif oi" Mnrlrecsboro. Mow he rau 
stieiur lir.Jiit. el .ar ou'. the country, and l»'thnbs 
rcHiiine ni.'ra'ioi.s on tli.- Mlssiitcijipi. It must b«« 
. ont.'ssei tint a >;oiHld>.alof lortiinde is r.M|iiii-e«l 
f) *iip[..)rt»o paiiit'iihi disappointment wiMieipia- 
i.i.uin. Cert.iiiil*", uiler such ollieial snueni.'ntH 
a> th.jse Ui-aj:); m idt on the I.".st day of the pa«t 
v4-.ir and th.' iM-ijinninp of the jiresent, tlu.s*e- 
i[iiel eeiild not be nitionuily autkil>atcd. 

The Examiner proceeds to alnise the 
Confederate .aimy and the Confederate 
t.eneral «d" the army of the .Southwest 
without stint, ami concludes by saying it 
dismisses the unpleasant theme with as 
little reltictatiee as the reader insiy im- 
agine. 

— Mr. Sumner has introduced a bill in 

th<5 Senate, suspending sales ol publit 
lan'ls in South Carolina till December, 
l.sr);'., whrn homesteads of five acres ^Iiall 
be reserved lor all freed men who have 
♦•nltivated said land. 

The .^senate, in committed on the 9th 
so atnended the Kentucky militia bill so ax 
to anlhori/o the raising ol 20,Ui>t) men tor 
twelve months in every State in the Union : 
but there is little or no prospect of the 
adoption of this provision on the final 
vote, and the bill will be limited proba- 
bly to Kentucky, as originally drawn. 

— General Ilosecrans never entertained 
any doubt of the ri-snlt of the Murfrces- 
boro battle. After the rebels were gone, 
he was con'.plimented for his tenacity. 
"Yes," said he. " 1 suppose you know 
lira""' is a good dog, but Hold-fast is 
better. " 'V\w la«ls call him •• Old Hold- 
fast.'' They will fight Ibr him now, even 
more gloriously than before. All ofltcer.f 
irho din^-rtfil the field will be dismissed 
the sereice. 

— The New York .\iiseiubly, in session 
two d.ays, has been unable to elect a 
speaker. On seven ballots, the result 
stood Gilbert Dean, Dem., 63 votes, and 
Henry .Sherwood, CU. 



St. I'n'il /'ress. 

Mi;mi*iiis, .laa. 0. 

The attack by Gen. .Sherman's army ou 
Vicksbnrg,"j;rows le«s fbrmida'olc a.s re- 
liable advices are recei'/cd. 

It appears that the atta-'k v.as not gt'H- 
eral. The centre column under Gens, 
lilairand .Smith lad carried tite eneniCs 
works commanding the heights but were 
compelletl to retire, owing to the accident 
that their snp[)orts were at the right and 
hit instead of the centre. [This seems 
very much like a blunder. — Ei>.J 

Our loss will not amount to over two 
thousand in killed and woundeil. 

After the attack, Sherman withdrew 
his fin-ces .and Gen. McCJernaml now 
commands the army. It will be some 
time before the fight is reneweil, et;rtainly 
not belore Uanks and Fan agiit can co- 
operate from below. (Jen. MeClernand 
has ordered the troops back to Napoleon. 

It is reported that the n beds have a 
ibrce of ItMI.IHMI inside of their fortifica- 
tions in and adjacent to Vicksbnr;;. 

r.Mito, ,)an. 11. 
Sjiriiil Disitrtch l-> tl"- SI. I'linl /'.•ct". 

(icn. Sherman's repul.M; at Vicksbnrg 
is considered complete. His entire iQice 
embarked on Saturd.ay in transports, un- 
der the direction of (ien. ^IcCleriiaml. 

All agrei* that the attack was prem.a- 
tare, and Sherman is likely to be cen- 
sured. 

Gen. Grant's fon-c is on its return to 
Memphis, and Irom it large reinforce- 
ments will be dispatched to our troops at 
Napoloou. 



PROM THE SOUTH 

i'ouxnr.ss iloxrni;,.;i'.n. li>. 
Tiie iJichniond E.^-uwinc,- of tin- 9th. rc- 
ec'.ved herv.' to-.lay. »a\s that (Jeti. liragg 
ad.lrcs.sed the citizens of Dechard and 
Winchtster. Tenn., on t'.ie .Mond.iy pre- 
vious, jiisuring them that he would make 
:'. stand aoainst the Feileral army between 
Alliance and Tuliahom.i. 

Tiii^ dis'.iatch dso contain.s the follow- 
ing dispatch : 

^j'Tt V ' ' i!.viti.i:sTox,.)!ni.!s. 

Intelligence from Kingston. North Car- 
olina, puts us ill Inlormatiun that the en- 
! emy arc j)reparing to advance the rein- 
forcements ilaily arriving at that place 
from SnffoE:. 

The Yaidices at ?\Ioorhead Cily, and 
Newbcrn are oO.OiiO .strong, and will 
probably :'.ttack Wilmington, Welden. 
Goldsboro, North Carolina, and Cliarlcs- 
io» Sovtli <'aroliii(i. simultaneouslv ."' 

Theliiciiinond E'.umircr of the 10th 
.«ays that llaleigh (2>.'C.) advices of the 
'Jth, gives iiews of a reliable fugitive just 
arrived at Raleigh Irom Newl.ern, statt-s 
ihat there are not less tiian .Sn,0<M) of the 
i-'ederal troops on the v.-arf, and that a 
most lonnidabh' Y.ankee fleet is at lleau- 
t'ort, N. C it is sujiposed a formidable 
attaik is eontetuplateil en Wilmington 
and (ioldsboro. 



OiF THic MoiTii or Y.« J-oo Uivi.i:. 
.Jan.^Jd. \.'a. < airo Ilia. 

The exiiedili.in against Vick.sbiu-g v.as 
abandoned yestenln , safely.^ A -signal 
attack by the enemy was repulsed by uur 
gimboats. Th'.; Yazoo is .abandoned as 
a Ijase ot' operations the enemy being im- 
])regnable on the frrnt facing that strcoan. 
There ha'^ iieen no lighting of moment 
since, last Monday: nothing has been 
heard of Banks or Farragut. (ien. Me- 
Clernand an-ivedhcre on Tiiursday night. 
The ariv.y is r.ow in transports as ^lilh- 
kens l»2n<l. 

No luvfUer developments have been 
made of the movement of Generals Price 
and Pemberton in Vicksbnrg. 

The enemy was rehilbrced to the num- 
ber ot 00,01)0 men. Thoy had lt)0 guns 
on their batteries besides "their field artil- 
lerv. 

Our losses in the Yazoo will amount to 
:;,.">00 or ;;,0<K>. The loss of the enemy is 
unknown. 

It has been raining here incessantly for 
the ]>ast thirt\-six hours, -.'ausing a heavy 
ri.s-e in the Alis.sissippi. 

^V council oi war was held at Vicksbnrg 
to operate against some other place. A 
point of attack w.as decided upon, but its 
publicity is iorbidden. 

Tlie following day both lleet.? got under 
w.ay. There was no coal for the gun- 
bo.ats and they were unable torai.se .steam. 
There was a Hood ia the river at this 
tinve, with wood in abundance. The 
trans))ortsin towand moved slowly along. 
The advance arrived Iktc last, evening, 
and met coal going tlown the river. There 
was considerable excitement at the mouth 
of the Arkansas river. The ram Pon- 
chartrain is down the river, the gunboats 
and rams jirc waiting for her. 



^'^,, ' iitrle of Springfield was destroyed, 
.n. . '•• fil»»««t entirely destroyed the 
The rebc. ^^^^ Springfield and Low- 
t<dcgraph bet. -ti, has three cpluwn* 
don Springs. Cu. -^^ 
of troops after the ene.. 



General Butler at Boston. 

Uosrox, Jan. 12. 
General Butler will have a puljlic re- 
ception here to-morrow, and will proba- 
bly address the citizens. 



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UAIITEIILY ilEPOllT OF THE 



FROM NEW ORLEANS. 

Sp-cial IHni'titch to the HI. Paul Press. 

Nkw Yokk, .Ian. \i. 

Advices received here from reliable 
parties in New Orleans state that three 
regiments of ne"TO soldiers was being or- 
oanized to garrison Forts Jae'kson an<l 
St. Phillip, on the Mississippi, between 
the Balize and the city, and Fort Pike, on 
Lake Ponehatrain. 

Admiral Farragut was busy arranging 
an expedition aoainst the town of Hud- 
son, near Vicksburg, which the reln-ls 
have fortified in a formidable manner. It 
was thought that Banks wouhl land forces 
an«l co-operate with tht; fleet by a land 
attack. 



Stolon r'edcral Uniforms. 

S/tecii! l)',<pat.-:i loth>- .^.'. /'nn! Pri<s. 

l»:.s .1 AiJiiiNT.s, ,Mo., .I.in. 1 >. 

Brigadier General Cook, comm.anding 
lie first district of llit; Departui«'iit of the 
Northwest, lia.'^ issued orders for the sei- 
znnt of all Fohral uniforms worn by 
citizens, and their ret'iilion until the 
wearer demonstrates that he honestly 
came into their possession. 

A Brilliant Achievement. 

(Atc.o, II.:.., .lamiai-y II, 
.s/w'.;,»/ I);>-flii(<:k lo til'- .St Pmil Pi' ■!.«. 

Oil the morning of the bth. Captain 
]\Toon>. of tlie Second Illinois Cavalry, 
with 101 men, alt.u ked ;1'K) rebels at 
lliiislow's Mill, on Knob Creek, thirty- 
live miles east of Fort Pillow. He killed 
sixteen rebels, took Ibrty-one prisotiers, 
fifty horses, and a lot ol small arms. The 
Federal loss was two wounded. 

FROM VrASIHNGTON. 

S/Kri.it i):.ip<tt-:> to till- Siiirt Paul /V.'«.--. 

W.VS111X4-.TOV, Jan. 11. 

The finainial question will come np in 
the House to-morrov.', on the reports of 
the conunittee on wavs and means. 

In the convse of the del)afe the follow- 
ing important bank statistics will be sub- 
mitted : 
1 oJal amoniit on iVpo^lt in all Banks of ail 

loviil .States on lAC 1st. I'lri .<s.i,li:n,oO(i 

Ani.miit ei" 15a»!i t ircuiition i:i :ili 

loval States !1;.iVk.,iio.i 

Of vVhicU Circulation is secured, only.. 4 J, it;.., of -o 

The following is the total Bank Circu- 
lation in certain Western States : 



i'ONGRESSION'AL PR001:E1)INGS. 

\V.\sniX(iT<».\, .Ian. v:. 
Hot .si;. — Mr. Vv'hile, of Indian.a, of- 
fered a resolution instructing thc^ Com- 
mittee on Militaiy Affairs to inquire into 
the cx.iedienc'y ot providing for the pay- 
ment of company and regiinental officers 
from the da'e of their eonimissions. The 
resolution was agreed to. 

Mr. Colfax ofl'ered a n-solntion that 
the Committee on V.' ays .and Means are 
discharged from farther con.sider.ation of 
lI;o iiniise bill reducir.g the duty on im- 
ported paper from ;".o to 10 i)<t cent, ami 
that the same be considered in the House 
now. Laid on the table. 

On motion of Mr. Dunn, the Secretary 
of the Navy was re<jncste<l to inform the 
House of tlie amount expended since the 
reiiellion commenced, in the employment 
and sustainanee of steamers in disloyal 
States ; and to what extent the expenses 
havi' been repaid by service. 

On motion of ^Ir. Kellogg, the Com- 
mitte<i on Ways and Means was instruct- 
ed to iiKiuire into the expediency of re- 
ducing tiie duty 02i iniported rags of 
which pap<'r is made. 

On motion of Jir. Arnold, it was re- 
solved that the President communi<'.ate 
!ull ht.ati.stic.s of the trade and commerce 
of the (ireat Lakes .and Western rivers, 
and the river Sf. Lawrence. 

r.Ir. Noell offered a resolution that the 
Committee on Naval Affairs inquire into 
the expciiieney oi establishing a n.avv 



i^a^jtk: of mixnesota, 

V bankins association organized under an act of 
the he^nlature of the State of .Minne.sota, euti- 
tl.>il "an act to authorise and reguktu the bu.ii- 
ness of IJanking," .approved July '.iO, ISiiS, show- 
ing a statement of the lollOvviug Iteuin ou tlio 
iiiorniiigof the second day of January, in the year 
INi;;, Ijefore the transaction of any busiucss ou 
that ilay : 

RE80tnCE3. 

.stocks on deposit with State Auditor at 

tlieir par value 80,700 W 

U.S. and State Stock* not deposited 

with State Auditor 57,800 00 

Siiecie 10,1.»0 00 

Cash Items: l^'gal tender Treas. noteii...l2,ei(i.') 00 
Expense acoouur 4,l»'-3 oo 

$i06,(>ael u> 

i.i.\nii.iTii'S. 

Capital $100,000 00 

Ite-iutered Kank Notes received from 

.Vuditorand not returned 87j,00O 

Deduct Registered Notes ou hand .\),:i»i 
i.eaves Uegistered Bank Notes iu cir- 
culation C5,6.3S 00 

t!ti5,G3(i OU 

.STATK OK MIXNESOTA, j ,. 
U.v,MSKY County. S "' 
Jatnes K. Tlioni:>son, President, and llorae-t 
Thouipson.Cashierof tlu-abovp named ltank,being 
severally sworn, do sav that they are renin-ctively 
the I'resiilent and Cachier of said Bank, and that 
the foregoing i.s. iu all respects, a true and corrwl 
statement of the condition of said Bank, on the 
>ecoiid day of January, is&l, iK-fire the Iran.- 
action of uiiy business of said Bank, on t)i.; 
morning of that dav,accordingtothe best of their 
several and respective knowledge and lielief ; and 
that the place where the business of discount and 
deposit of raid Bank is carried ou, is St. I'aul, iu 
the said Countv of Itamsey. 

J. ]•:. THOiHI'SOX, President. 
110U.\CK TlIOMr.S(>N, Cashier. 
Subscribe.! and sv»orn to by both Deponents, 
Ix'forc me, this second day of January, W^H. 
1.. K. KKKD, Notary Public, 



janli-lt 



itamsey County, Sliunesota. 



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CARTERLY REPORT OF THE 



I.iaCrosso and LaCro«cen.t Bajiic, 

A banking association organized under an act of 
the Legislature of the State of Minnesota, enti- 
tled "an act to authori.se and regulate the busi- 
ness of banking,"' approved July ■^l^>, ISis, show- 
ing a statement of the following items on the 
morning of th.- first day of January, in the year 
iwt, before the transaction of any business ou 
iiiat day. 

ni.SOfRCK8. 

Due from Brokers', 5ix) oo 

Slocks on deposit with the State Auditor 

at their pur value [nominal].. 
Specie. •...••.••...■• .••.......••.. 

I.,o.ss and Ext)en8e acc't ■ 

Kills of solvent banks on band .... 
Due tVoui B.tuks, 



.49,000 oi» 

. 4,;!00 VJ 

,..15,1 TO i-: 

... 5,010 00 

... 1,<00 C) 

$:5,2% it 

.$^,000 Od 



Ohio 

t »r which there is scam-d 

'ndi.ina circulation 

Of which there is secured 

I llinois (all si'cured; 

Kentucky (all secured).... 

Iowa (all secured) 

.Missoii: i 

4 II whicli there Is seeured 

rennsylvai:ii (.-jU secured) S-.'.'AXl.ixxi 

The followHig is tiie wlude amount of 

specie in all ti.e iJanks in the above States, 

at the same time : 



!-lo,oai.noo 

:i,(K>S,i;iKI 

C.tiOil.lKl 1 

I,i(HI,l«..l 

fi.Oi«MH«l 

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l.llW.INUI 

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Ohio 

Iiiiliunu. .. 
Illinois ... 

ioiva 

Kentucky. 
.Mis.souri.. 
I'ennsvlvaiiia.. 



i;ia70.(MK» 

. ... J.rxi.oitii 
.... .V'.OOO 

;"il'..tlU'J 

.... 5.W!,(KIII 

1, .•',!»).( Kyi 

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FROM NORTH-WEST MISSOURI. 

St. LoLis, Jan. lo. 
Sjifctat nispati'h to thr St. Pnnl Pnns. 

Springfield has probably been captured 
by the rebels. 

The Lebanon Dispnich .^ays Hartsville 
and Manilifiehl have been burned by the 
enemv. 

The telegraph n^pairers sent to repair 
th»' line to Springfield, could not get la-- 
therthan Land Spring, and have returned. 
Tiiey stopped a government supidy train 
whii"h was on it.s way to Springfield, and 
which would otherwise have been cap- 
tured. 

A telegram ha.s bcaen sent to General 
Seliotield, informing biin of the condition 
ofaflairsat Springtiehl, and if not cap- 
tured hu will ioimeiliately relieve the 
town. 



TheCou:t Martial in the case of Fitz 
.Tohn Porter closed last Tuesday. The 
result has not yet been announced. 

Private letters from Pari«, dated De- 
cember '2.*»th. states tlijit the sentiment of 
the French officials are ch.anging in our 
favor. Drouyn de I'Huys, our only en- 
emv, will be superceded in the Empe- 
ror's Cabinet by one more frientlly to 
the Federal canse. 



FROM ARK.VNSAS. 

SjH-cinl DUpatch to the, St. Paul Pn-if. 

N.veoi.KON, AUK.vxsAs, Jan. (•. 

A secret expedition lor some point thsi 
side of Vicksburg will be heard from 
soon. 

It is rumored that the rebel iron-clad 
ram Poc.ahont.as, now buihliiig at Little 
Rocli. will soon be completed. She is 
modeled after the Se.mter. 



ard at a point betv.-een Forts Ohio and 
North St. Louis. Agreed to. _ 

.Skxati;. — -V number of petitions were 
presented in favor of a Piankrniit Ad. 

r.!r. Ilarlan offered a lesoiulion re- 
ouiring the President to inform the Sen- 
.a'te what means had be<n adopted to en- 
jorce the provisions of the act to suppress 
insurrection and ciuiliscate ]'roperty ol 
rebels, and if any adilitional legislation is 
necessary, .\dopted. Clark oflered a 
re.xolniion re<;uesting the Committee on 
tlie war to inquire and report wlirit are 
the obje'lioiis and causes ol «lelriy in ex- 
ecntion of the .act to conilscate the prop- 
ertv of rebels, i-speeialy in the District oi 
Coimnbia. Adopteil.' Fes.senden called 
i:p the bill to provide for the further issue 
ol bonds and United States notes. A 
letter was received from the Secretary of 
the Treasnrv in favor of this measure ex- 
plainiii'.: that thi-. resolution from the 
House would not meet tlie wants of the 
(iovornment. The bill passed. Fcssen- 
<len explained that tlii-t hill made ample 
provisions for the prompt payment of the 
soldiers. 

lloisi:. — Mr. Wilson, of Iowa, intro- 
duced a resolution that the President's 
ICnianeipation Proclamation is hereby 
ratiiied, a]>lirovcd and coniirmed. 

Mr. Cox moved to lay it on the table. 
Disagreed to, oO against hO. 

The. resolution was referred to the com- 
mittee o!i the judiciary. 

Mr. Aldrich olbred tin- following : 
Jla^olccd, That the committee on niili- 
tarv affairs be instructed to imiuire into 
the' expediency and necessity of giving 
bounty lands of 1<"><» acn.-s to each soldier 
in any ohl regiments, that sai<l land be 
locateil on any confiscated rebel plania- 
tion as soon as the rebellion is crushed : 
passed, fi!) against •"•!'. 

On motion of Mr. Wallace, the com- 
mittee on the judiciary was instructed to 
eniiuire what legislation, if .any, is neces- 
sary to settle the disjxited (piestion of the 
rights to laml of the Puget Sound Agri- 
cultural Comi)any. 

;Mr. I>awes offered a resolution re- 
questing the President, if not incompat- 
ible with the ])ublic interest, to conxmuni- 
cate to the. House what authority or 
instructions have been given to (ien. Dix, 
in Virginia, and Gen. 15utler, in Louisiana, 
and (iov. Stanley, in North Carolina, or 
.any of them coiicerning the election of 
Rjpresentatives to this House iu their 
States resi>ectively. 

Roscoe ( 'onklin su^'gested that the en- 
quiry inchnle (!ov. Phelps, of .\rkans.as, 
and Gov. .lohnson, of Tennesse*;. 

Mr. Dawes had no other objection than 
that no election cases from the two latter 
States had come before the committee. 
The resolution was adopted. 



l.IAniI.ITIK.«. 

Capital [luminal] 

Itegisteied Bank Notes reo»'ived from 
Auditor and not returned $27,0i>') 

Deduct IJegistercd Notes on hand. a,KiO 

Leaves Registered Bank Notes iu cir- 
culation , 24,140 Oo 

Du'" to others not included under either 

of the above heads ' ,150 it 

#75,290 4: 

STATF, OK MIXNESOTA, i 

liorSTOX COCSTV. S ' 

ixan'l Wells, Jr., l*r«'sident, and W.U. Rogers, 
Cashier of the above named Bank, being severally 
sworn, do sav that they ar»' respectively the Pre»- 
i'leut and Cashier of said Bank, and that thefore- 
jr-iiuu is. In all resjiects, a true uu<i correct state- 
iiu'in of the condition of said Bank, on the firs' 
day of Januarv, IsCI, l)4'for« the transaction (■< 
imv business "of said Bank, ou the morning of 
that day, according to the best of their seveial 
and respective knowledge and belief; and thai 
the plac«? where the business of discount and de- 
posit of .said Bank is carried on, is llokah, in 
lUe said Countv of Ilunstou. 

D.VNtEI. WELL."*, JK.. President. 
W. U. I£<k;KUS, Cashier. 
Subscribed and sworn to (>y both Deponents, 
before me, this tirst day of Januiiry, 1S(<.';. 

.MO.NS ,\Nl>EIt.SOX, Conunissionerof l>eeds 
janin-lt for llinnesots. 



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The New Iron-Sides. 

Bai.ti.mokk, Jan.. \i. 
The new Iron-sides went to sea yester- 
day from old Point Cpmfort. 



rrx) LET WTIH BOARD. 

Two or three very pleasant rooms In a delight- 
ful location cnmbiniug both city and countr. , 
with plenty of stiible room. Address 

jania-tf A. B., at this office. 

J O T \V A N T E I) . 

A lot wanted— vacant, or with business hous.» 
on i!— b<-tween Wabashaw and .lackson-sts. A<;- 
d;es8 Bo.\ u;5, etating lowe.^t cash price and lot- - 
lion. janl-ltf 

ICE. ~ 

Sai.nt Pail, Dec. 24th, 1802. 
Th? Partnership heretofore existing under the 
name of " -Miller, S«'ager & Co.," Is this day dis 
solved hv luiituni consent, the interest of Wn-. 
i:. Miller having btM-n purchased byM.A.Uoyt. 
The business will l>e conducted under the at}U 
of Seag«r ii Hoyt. W. K. MILLER, 

(i. L. SKAOKU, 
janLI-ni* M. A. IIOYI. 

np H E i; N D E R S I G N E D . 

DEALEr.S IX 

Invito their friends and bayers generally to ca'l 
uiiouthemiu Castner's Building, Kourth street , 
al«>ve Jackson, where will l)e found. Sugar Cured 
Hams and Shoulders ; Lard by ttie jar, firkin or 
barrel; Beef, Corned and Dried; Oats and Corn, 
and a general stock of Choice groceries, and all 
at ihe verv lowest rates. 

The highest price paid for Pork and Grain. 

jani:>2m' SEAGEIt & HOYT. 

ARGE AUCTION SALE OF DRV 

GOOD.S. 

SATUBDAY NEXT, JANUARY 17th, at lu 
o'clock, we will sell at our rooms, Third-st., atuiiti 
store, ne.xt the Bridge, Gentlemen's Cloteui*, 
l.:idies' Dress Goods, Ladies' Cloaks, Bonnets, 
.shawls, &c. Also ft lot of Jewelry in Quantity. 
Sales every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 
nights, at ;''i o'clockl 

FAIRCHILD fc MARCH, 

JanLI-^t Auction and Com. MerchanU. 

ASSIGNEES' SALE OF BOOas 
AND SHOES. 
° Must be sold for the benefit of creditora, at tiei 
New York Store, Third strQ«t, Italf a bloA beluw 
t'le Bridge. 
msr .\oic ia the time to get Enrgain*. 

M. WHITB, 
o21-3m Prftctical B*ot anil Shoeoaaker. 

HORSE STRAYED OR STOLEN. 
f25 REWARD. 
X light iMy HAK£ waa stolen last Novouil)er 
from Fort Snelllng. She had ft white spot tu he*; 
forehead; blftck mane and tail; U nearly four years 
old, and is with foftl. 

M'hoever will return her to the •ubaerit>or w Mi 
receive the ftbov' reward. 

ftai-lUt&3ttr JOHN WBNZE, ShakopeD.. 



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.Mr \'r.lhiiuli.u'ia;'a (iU'in., Ohio) oh- 
• i! to tiu- voii^ivlcration of the bill for 
;. .,..■>:- ,vt.iti.d. lilt 

ii: • ,<j -a'^or o . ••rnili'.^. the objection on 

'■•'.■ ;;:i'ii;ui tlsat tht' liill divl not. as tho 

r.tlfi'ian r.;ui iu;ct'il, iii.iki; appi"i»priatio:» 

■. . and i! li it di.l i:oi l)rinjjj a ta.K 

: .0 p.opli' inli'-'is tlu- liiont'y .shoidil 

•ropriali'd lie made his dei'i.sion 

TiLuu i> wi;h that licretolorc applied 

; 1 i .1 I'l-iiuli Sit>li:ition inll. 

.ilr. I '.crarnts (I'll., Teim.,) was not 
; v.i\-' tii.it tlii.'* bill would be ivporttd. 
::: '., ;.> :\ ir.i'iVi^'C ■ nt tiu' ."^jterial Cominil- 
tce on ihiMatir.aiion. he o'.»ieited to It. 
i.:i.<t se.--i'ii It WIS prop ^.<ivl to appmpii- 
.itc o:if 1: ;!■ 'I'll : rill ei<.:hty iniU'Ons to aid 
i 1 !h',vil)aii--h:i!fu ol slavery i'l Kenfiuky. 
Wt-tern Vir^iiiii. ilaryl.^.nd, Jli.ssouri. 
.•.;:i; Uilaw.uv. Tiii-s Mas on a national 
i«a.-:.-'. Avhtreas llus bill wa.s of a 9ei'tii>i!:d 
c:..Tra -t* r, rilerr! ig, as it did, to only 

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L.'.xn WAKr.AN-rn, !!;i:f Urcod and ircvolu 
tioiiwry tjciij) — ull sLsl'S — prices. 

, iy"^ Tiio.MPsoN Bnos. 



Fr.Ksit Ov.'^Ti- i:s_,iust rocclved, and wUI bo 
ffcivi'd C-.u'.y. Also, !^^iI,•d CJii-krn, Sti-uks, 
Veal Cullots, Hnm a:id Kpr^<, s;-n-.'(l up in tlia 
b(':'t inaiiu'V. I.i.}iiois:ui''i Wines of all kiini.s, At 



rocTS and Frioud-. j ' ;!:.. v.i.ki;il\' (Vn. Ky..) had seen it 

j >t;i!i i in piiblie print.-* thvt, some time af- 

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< r;: .uii>:i h.ui boen received by the I'lCM- 

I . :it, h\':n int 'lli^ent, wliole-soiiUil. 
I !i >n men, win .h satisfied him tliat a 
;:r.-.-.t a!id powi'fi'i.l chan^'e h-id taken plai'e 

: i;i Kiiitiuky in favor ot tliis miserable 
.V'n>Ii;;Mi s'clicni'.'. lie felt it to bi' hi.s 

I ; .!v ;-;.•! priviit;.L' to .slate on this lloor 
i'l ttie lace ot h-aven, in the pre.^-cnce ot 
t"onJrri^*s. and in tlie hcariii;: ot the na- 
tio:., that tluTe w i.i not one man in tliree 

I i;'.;::il:ed in Keiitiii'ky wlio wa.'* in favor ol 
I'roclaniarion —ho .^aid this a;:a;n arid 
■;: — wi'.itlivr i; bo by fraud, piircl..i?t' 



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(.'lv.!iKr.;^ V tnirked that he wa.s not 

... . .»:• el" abuli: !im; nt a.s a sduine of 

i abiHtion. hut on tl:e principle of natlon- 

_r> . I alify. 

, - i ifr. Xocll ?aid hat the people of ^Ti-s- 

•i •.' I '=^'!"i b-'d s.iid til It they would aboli.-h 

' .J I i^laviTv. In r [>! " to Mr. Cleinont.-«. he 

i r-'iuurked that th.- peo;)le of Tennessee 

- _ I h.id i.o rt'cular J^tate Government, and 

Ii.Tito CO iM not a( t upon and accept sm-h 

. I a ]';'opo^ition. !t was exju'ciinjr too 

y^'" 1 ;ir.: h ;• lianir all the otlier ISorder Slave 



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cl.;::i>el-, .■'ont out frj-.n Tav^- 
Va::'-(;;:vc:-"is I>'r.:.d. i;.id, npoii 



arrival, to be housed in a go'eranifiil 



bul!-i;:..: u . ; a -,!:i:- 1 t.'it ovi.- t'. ••:■■. v.: 
orient p?o{'!Ut tlj ■ni from tje ru.Yh ti 
ainorou.3 bwuins. 'i h.-y wtri- :;il io: m di; - 
pf.scd of; hut wh-jther l-y l..t or lli- hi'rh- 
t'st bi'! I'-!-.-, i!'^' - u 't ;'.-.p'-ar. 'i':,.' \", :•.>.- 
couver papfr cliunvi:-; ilyr luv:'-, but ptx- 
fi.-rs tlarry inai;I.s lij L;i>\"iTti<.-tf.-t'-. 

— 11,". va-'-ie Ol til.' oil t!:!H far obtained 
frv):u t!.'' \ <■■• li-uD (.Ji r _;ion '.- r-ii;.i--ij.! 
on ''oo*; :i!';:;Mri-y ;;: .<;,.::i '/mi i^ ;-. t tt:e 
produe.ri'r territory i.i hxil fonie tiij;!;, 
ir;ile5 lo:!ir, wit!i ;;-i nvvva^t: v.idtii of I-.-.^'- 
tlnn f .*. r '. ■ . U i ■ •;•■<•:;♦ -bnly yi-M 
ofiho V.:ii'!,- I nil w ;i;, i^ ::.r'.\: l,*'.". 
barrels, and th'..^ value of tiiis. ;it prf-fi-.t 
priecs, is 6i'>,l''J'J. Tiii.s. ol «■« ■;irv.', i. 
exclusive of the daily ;)ro;h!ct of tlie Oi! 
Creek TCflnories, PO'ii ti;ii:y in nuinlxr, 
of capaeitie.-i ranjjin;.; li<> .-i I.it;'en to three 
bnndr»'d b.-.rrols p: r day. 

— Dr. Olds, rectaily n!e.i;]cd fiMi:: 
Fort Lafayette, has oijcied fi resadution 
of inq-airy; in tlio.iJjtJo I^o:i^e. of Ib-pri- 
sentativcs wIiethcT any nieiuljcr ol the 
House has been S^iiity of treason by levy- 
ing war against tlw;- United .States, or ad- 
h'.'rin;; to their enemies, pving them aid 
and comfort, and to report f illy the par- 
tied ara ; .and that ina-^.-nnch as the (iov- 
ernor, in liis iiie.s.sa;ie. declares that be 
recommende 1 th<« arrest of two citizens of 
tlii3 State, the eomr);.itte>; be in.^tn; ted to 
ascertain from the Governor whether cither 
of tljesc persons are nieniber.<j of the 
House, and if so, to obtain their nai.ios. 
and the cTiarges and t<st;m uy a^^.iJa t 
them. The resolution lies over for di - 
cussion. 

— Colonel llosc* Wisnor, of tl.o 22d 
llichigan regiment, died at Lexin.'.;ton, 
Kentucky, on the 4th in.ft. He wa.s f Jov- 
cmor of iliwhignn for th(! term ijicludm^ 
1859 and 18G0. 

Got. Andrew liSS received the prQflTfr 
of a full eav.ilry b.ittaiion, to consist of 
four companies firoai Calilornla. The 
question of their acceptanc« I* now pend- 
ing »t Was!un«;ton. 



Si..'rs i;iM<:i ihis bill. As to this beinj; a 

■*:,;i.iera! !e s<"he!i! « of Aitolition." as ex- 

^:ri'v<ed by the _t:e:itleni.Tn (mm Kenti:i!;y, 

.; • liicl not re^^.'.nl it in that lli^ht, and wa< 

_'.; I t!i It ]i'' could penoive jjool motives 

in the I're.-iilent f'r its rtconimendation. 

He appcnltd to iMr. Clements ta waive 

(omniencc the work with 

j .\i:.--.-onri, ar.d when the proper time 

I should arrive, the l)t'ne:its might bo e.x- 

icrtdt-d to otlicr .^;atcs. 

^ir. Human (l>eni., Ind.) moved to 
l.;y the t.i!i, on the table. Disagreed to, 
;:.' :i;4ainst To. 

.Mr. Kliiot (Re,)., Mass.) moved an 
■i'!i' iidnvnt. exilu lir!':^ from the boneiits 
ol't!:e act all thosi who m.iy willfully re- 
in.-: ti) take the oalh of alle.L'iance to the 
(bivernmciit of till I'nittd States, when 
i re [r.ircii to do ^o, liy any military or civil 
nflher ti!'!'' aiithoiized. or by the .«aid 
Sta'e of Missouri. Adojited — 7'> against 
20. 

.M. Peudleton (Dcm., Ohio) moved to 
table the bill. Nejratived — 5 1 against T'J. 
ird ol . \jp ( i.^^veiis ( I ) -m. ) Ind.. move Itoad- 
j,.;;n!. Xc-ativrd — l;i against SJ. 

The bill ilien pa^.-ed by a vote of 7'^ 
against lib 

The following arc the yeas and n.iys: 

Yi:a~— ^r.'^sr-.. AM i.-li,AII.v A'lil.'v. I'.nW.ilt, 
Hxkcr, llnviT, l-.tn^'ti un. l;;;iir (Va.}, lilakc. «ilf- 
liii^rtoii, lliirn)iini, « a iiphfli,C.tanil.i'rl;un,«'l:irli. 
(■oI;':ix, Krt'di'ii<-k V. < oiiklins, Knscof (/onkling, 
('.iMidc, iJiiol!, Lliot Klv, V.-nfoii, ."^an liol » . 
p,.,<,.nd<>n, Tiionia:* ♦. f>. Fcs-icndc ■. Ki'(|t>r, 
I'n»Tic!i.>t, <io<.cii, (loodv.in. Hale. Ihirri-ion, 
flK-k;.T;i!i. H.>.»ii'r. Ilurtmi, Iliitrliin-., Jtili:u), 
I\i-!I.'y. Ki-ll.';'? (Mif^.\ I-ohman, L<ionii«, I.in-c- 
j'>v, l.nT, JUvf-an, JI. Knight, Mrl'h* r«.>ii, .'Hay- 
ti.inl, Morrill (Mi-.}. \f jrrill (Vt.\ N'o<ll, Olih, 
I'li'iii* <;aI.^, Tiki', iti'>- (.\Ia-i.-i.). l{i.Ml.\ nollin^* 
:'V. II. I, K<.!Iitn ;Mi'.\ -orij.'ant, .^^c.Ifr.'wick, 
.-^hnnk:., Sfiftrii- d. .<[i iisldinp, ."»r(<vtMi.<, rimiuas 
M:i«v , Tr.-ivvfiriilj.'.', Van M.>rn, Van Valkpntmr?, 
'.-.•riv •. Walk r. Wul', Wallac, Wlioeltr, Win- 
iloiii, \. orrc-ifiT — ?.'., 

\ w.-— M.'s,ri<. Al!><n fO.), Aneor.a. r.ail.'v, 
P.il !!.■,< 'id viTt.CliMiii' it-',('.iriiin;r,<'ci.\,CiMviMi'<, 
♦ 'fi;ri'n I'^n, Ihni-", I>ii'd'>p, I»unn, (Jranp t, liri- 
'i.;-. Il:-.ii.'!if. Jla!l, II inliij<. llDimau, J.ihn«i>n, 
lv-ll'i'.,'j; ( 111 }, KiTrig:iii, Knupp. I.aw, M.'n/ii-.s, 
>T..rri'. Norton, od.dl r.'ii.Ilfnm, ri-rrr, f.irtiT, 
rri(», Sfii.'l, Siiii;;i. .•ii-t-Ic (\. V.). St«H-l.> (.N..r.), 
<:iii' . ^•liittKii, 1 :irn' !••, Vtillandif;iinni, Vi»rirhi"<, 
W r I. W. !).ter, Wick ilj-, Wilsoa, Woo.l, W*ood- 
ni«— ir. 

The principle features of the bill re- 
ui.T,;n precisely as they were telegraphed 
in the dispatches s >inc weeks ago, except 
in the third sectif>n. This, which pn}- 
vides that nothin ; .xhonld bo paffl for 
a'-y slave imi)orto I after this date, or to 
any ownerwlio eiihf^r is or has been dis- 
loyal, is now amended, so as to provide 
ixUo that no own t who m.iy have wil- 
fully refused to take the oath of allegiance 
to the Government of the United States 
when required th'reto by any civil or 
military authority of the United States or 
of the .^late of Missouri, shall receive 
atiy coompensation for loss of service of 
his ."•lavc.-i. 

OtiKT sections aj propriate .$10,000,000 
of tiiirty-ycars* five per cent, bontls for 
paying loyal owners ; pledges the United 
-Slates Government to employ all reason- 
able measures for the colonization of the 
emancipated slaves outside of the United 
States ; and providi-s that, to secure the 
benef.t of this act, the Missouri I-egisla- 
.u:c must pass its emancipation bill before 
tlie iir.st of Januar\ , lvS64, .ind must make 
its emancipation innicdiatc It also re- 
quires ii.tcreston those $10,iXX),000 bonds 
to bo reiml>ursed lo the United States 
Treasury from tha j rocecds of confi.-cated 
rebel property 



luis unit! lae i» t>;uuii;i.ou jiamj-.^ aua , oi j lis ..iaj'Siy |i!aj ^i iiie lyoiuvul lie nt 
bilire injei'tors were entirely competeiit ; tends to strike a blow, he is loudest in hi 
to keep the vc.-sel free. At l'> o'clock | jiroti-.vt.uions of hlend.ship. So tiniver- 
sevcral heavy sees struck the vessel in s.d, indeeil, is this opinion, that one of tJie 
sucecs.>ioii. wlien w.ird was sent fiom the ; s':cces:.es of the i^cison is tlie followiivcx- 
engine rooms that tlie water w.is gaiiuiig I »iaiiiation. -^^aid to have Itern lateh uttered 
on the pump.*. Orders wcr.- then giv-?n by one ol tiiemost distiiigul.shed liieuibeiv 
to start t!;e ccntrillrra! pr,:op, capabl.' of | oiiIh- dijtloniatio corjis at Paris: ",>,■,'-/.' 
throwing tliroe thonsaiiii gallons per niin- i <'<:! Inr.mnc. ip'l u" ptirlr pax, cf tjiii itni.: 
ufe. lor a while i'lo water appeared to /fj(//".//,r.* .'" ("W ii;it ! That man who 
be kept nndvT. In a sliort lime, however, ,«:ly;^ nothing, and yet alwavs bes !") IJiU. 
wo.'d was passed troin the eii<;ine ro Jin tliis ju.IgMK :it is too sivere, ami 1 need 
that tlie water V. a: aitaia gaining on t!;e I liarilly t. 11 you. is of lln■^I.^h ori-in. 
pumps, .ind was at that time up to the a-li i .Moreover. His .Maiesty's taeiturnitv to 
jiits. stopping in a groat lueusiire the 1 his own .Mini>t"rs "ami ollii-i:.| pejplc. 
dialc. The water at this tstne was ^tami- I lends itself with sin'ctdar la<ilitv to the.-e 
ing two lietdeip upon ll:e wanl room j d.;in:i!,dng ajipieciations, 'Jo " lii'^ own 
lloor. All han<!s were ih- n si t to w-or'< I Mini -t.-rs he is an ciilguin, and while the 
witli every bucket at hand to bail, 'ihe Cabinet may give out indications ola cci- 
waicr, hov.-evcr. kipt gaining upon the tain lino of policy lieing ailoi)t<'il \,v \].r 
juimps until witliin a ieoL of tiie llres in Government, the "Km]»e7*f.r ni.iy abriiptlv 
the larnace. ehaugo that jiolicr. and thus <:'ivc ri.se to 

A Coster's signal was then dashed to | a belief in t^e peWidv oi his.CJovermueut. 

call t!-.e attention ot ilh- Kiiode l.-biiid to t , t, , ^ 

our cotuliiion. Alter much delay, conse- 
quent upon l!ie heavy sea running, a boat __ 

was lowered fiiun the lihode L-laud ;ind | I'o'.r-orricK I»ki''t, AenMxrMKVT Orr-Tcr. ) 
sent to our a.«sistaneo After severa' ' 



I»<nf-offici' Ti:p;iciliiti<tiii (uni-erniRj; 



WAsin:;..ii.x,.);(n. -i. 



trials she sureeeth'd in getting alon;.'>ide j J\Lany Po-stmastors persi.vt in sciidiii;,' 
Kl'ode l.dand at the .same 



aunch 



ot us. 'I'.'ie K.'uiite 
time, m going astern, caught her 
between her own hide and our ve.-.^c 
crusliiug tlio boaf badly, and b.-ingiu^ Ic.-r 
own counter very i:eavily down iquei our 
le. Tor a tiaie she eoi.hl r.ot move. 



side. 

h'T 



_ - en;_;i!,e getting on a cei'ter. Siic 
finally starteil ahi ad, nnd the h'.Mnch suc- 
ceeded (suKisluil as sli'- was) in convey- 
ing safely to t'"0 steamer lliirty of tin* 
crew ofthe Monitor. Afrerthe departure 
of tlie launch xVtOf.-* remaining on board 
worked at t'le liuekets >vith a vi!!. The 
gale .at this time was ragitig luriou^ly. 
the seas making a clean sweep over the 
top ofthe tr.rnt. 

Jhe waters at tliis juncture b-td sue- 
eeeiled in rising up to the grate-burs in 
the fi:rn,ices,.ii!d w.-'.sgra.hially exlingMish- 
iuLj the tires. Ti.e stenin iu the boilers 
( ousetjufiitly ran dov.n, .".nd the pumjis 
eouhl not be worked lor want of .snlHciMit 
.''I cam. At this time three bo.its we:-<- 
discovered coinl'ig toward the vessel. 
U'ord was passed that boats were at 
liaud pullicieiit to take all from the vessel. 
The Monitor was now sinking, eveiy 
pump was >tt>iiped, aii<l her deek.s were 
under water. Several iu coming: oil' the 
turret were swe[)t liV the wavis to b.e- 
ward, and must liave peri-l.«d., as no as- 
sist.ance i-oti.d be reiid»red them. The 
boats then shoved oiV from the sinking 
vessel. Allliough several times entreated 
to come down ntid get into the boats, 
sev?:al remaineil staridiu.: upon the turret, 
afraid ot being swept fioia tliC deek, ntu- 
pei':e<l with lear. 'J'iie boats sucetede<l in 
rea'hiiig the lihode l-land in salety, and 
all in ihi-m got on board. 

A pieked crew, wIlli a g;5l!ant cfiioer of 
the IJhode Jslaml (Air. iJr.Jwn), then 
shoved olf in a launch to retiiin to tlie 
Abjuitor. The moon, which up to this 
time had been throwing some li^ht upon 
the waves, was now shut in by dense 
masses ol blaek clouds. At a quarter to 
one in the morning the Monitor's light 
disapjKared beneath the waves. 

The llhode Islaml was then ftarted for 
the spot where the Monitor w s si-en to 
go down. Coster's signals wen' eonstant- 
ly kept burning, and .'•trict look-out kept 
up on all parts ofthe vessel, to (.afeh a 
glbnpse. il possible, of the mis.?ing l/oat. 
.At daylight nothing was seen oti the 
waves, and, with a heavy heart we ran 
•around the spot, .is near as we eouhl 
judge, where the ?>Ionitor had disappear- 
ed, till late in tlie alfernoon. .*>everal 
steamers and other vessels were spoken, 
to barn, if ])ossil>!e, the (.ate of the miss- 
ing boat, but ni>iie could be had. 

The survivors reached Fortress ^^.fon- 
roe that evening in the llhode L-land. 
Xothing, whatever, was saved, except tlie 
apparel the oflicers and crew sloid in. 
The conduct o( ijoththe illivcrs and men 
o( the Monitor, on th.it night, is beyond 
refiroaih. Not a signtd a jiaiiie was vis- 
ible. F.aih stood to his post, conlident 
in his commander, and it was hard to 
prevail upon the men to get into the 
bo.ats. each wishinti to remain bv until the 
last. 

The names ofthe onicers s.ived, are as 
follows : 
J. P. Dankhead, Commander. 
S. D. (ireeno. Lieutenant. 
Louis N. Stoddard, Sailing-mr»«ter. 
W. F. Keeler, Acting Assistant, Pa - 
master. 

G. M. Weeks, Acting AssisLint Sur- 
geon. 

.las. Waters, Senior I'ngineer. 
Mark Sunslrum, Third Assistant En- 
gineer. 

Tho names of the missing ollicers arc 



.\Lanv Postmasters persl.>t in Kciiding 
through the mails packages of clothing, 
boots, i*re., charging thereon only one 
cent an ounce lor iio.st.i<r^*. T^Is is a pal- 
pid'Ie violation oi the l.iw nnd regulation.'j 
with which every i'ostmaster should be 
t.imillar. The pA-kage.«5 are held for the 
Ieg.il pr).«t.igr' at tiie dl.-tributing ol'bes or 
ojiice ol dclivi'ry. aceumuhitiu^ to sueh 
an extent as to be gi-caiiy amu>yi;ig to 
these uliiecrs, and, iu a large majoiiiy ol 
cases, never reach the partle.s ;K.dre.s'se.!, 
thus cri<Inga 1 ss to the parties setiding. 

Tiie law and regulations e?rlv «!el>:ie 
wdiat is mailable matter, and prescribe 
wliat amount oi postage is to be ciiargci 
tlicreou, aud hirlher provides that ^ a!: 
oilier matter, or thriig, if sent by juail is 
letter postage. To prevent luvther io.-.-, 
to parlies interested, and the iniproper 
intenuntlon ol bu.-iness at the l.u-' i- 
odlccs, all Poiifmasfers .ire recpiired to 
nnke themselves (nlly a-nuainted will, 
the laws ami re;<!n.')tions re'ating to thr- 
Postal service, and the maiimg of pack- 
ages hereafter of the character referrcl 
to by any Postmaster, wllliout the iiropc 
post.ige being jjiepaid bypo.vtage stai:i|>s. 
will Ikj considerel good cause for re- 
moval. 

Al.nX. V.-. RANDAr.r., 

t^-t .V>-t. l*. M. tion, 
— »«♦«»- — 

— .\ wee little spi-eimen of humanity 
about half as large .is Dollic Dutton, by 
name I..aviua W.irrtn. ha.s been making a 
sensation among the guests of the St. 
Xieholas Hole! in New York. Baruum 
olfered her Sl,0'Jt> a week to show at his 
.Mu.seum. along side of CumnWdorc XuU : 
but she does not propose to give public 
exhibitions until shi' has appeared before 
the courts, f I'uropc. 

—The Connecticut St.i,tc loan of que 
million dolhirs was .iw.irde<l on the ."ith. 
at a premium of nine to twelve ncr :ent. 
rh(! .unnunt of the bid was over eidit 
millions. 

— The Iicpubliean Convention of Xew 
Hampshire, held .it Conconl, on the 1st, 
nominated John A. Gilniore as their can- 
didate for Governor. Patriotic resolu- 
lioiis were a<lopted. The election will 
take place on the sciond Tuesday iu 
Mareh. 



PKETIIEST B.\U10KAL SKIHTS, 

'\ oii over i^avr, {;o lo 

HOGAX S<, CAMP'S. 

If you v..Tnt logft t!io 

Bo.st iloop Slvivt. 

Tou ovciLrjii, gj to 

HOGAN & CAMP'S. 

If yo!' want to .<TU t!;r> 
la town, JO to 

iiO(iA:: C' cAMp-s. 

In fr-i-t. nn-thi;!,t you w.TPi to ln-v In iho T'rv 
Good.s l.iii?. 

HOG AX i1 rA:\IP'S 

I'-c'-.'-tf is (Tij p!ae.^ to buy it. 



T WATsox wi:ny, Jii., 

(y^e<n'scnr to ATatter W. W b!.i,) 
wrioi.'\<! Ai.i; nr..\i,i;u ix 

FOKKIGX WlXlli; v^ LK^rORS AXD 

OLD lioritHO.N ANI> itYK WMlSKV. 
junl If SI r.LKT CLOCK, TIlIIlD-fiT. 



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l!f pclv.d on roii!:i;rnnicnt aixl t<> ho do.^od out 
■Upn.^ — n.»;»vi;.!iiiHi.diii^ an advjm.ing iii.irkcl 

I.. IS. .'c r. (iiM-.tc, 

do.?i'.::w rorne.- .Si!.: -y and Tliinl-st. 



A X T i: D 



A COOU (,ii;!., to do i'.\:> work of a .•iimll f.ini- 



ilv.' To oiii; 1' >.iip'':e:;t,go.(;l\vaAt-!:i v.illl 




i:vo:i. 



di'Cvi.-lw 



COOLEY, OAR^-JER, & CO., 

(Sncoc'ssors to Cooi;rt, Tow-»:r & Co.,) 

WHOLESALE GROCERS 

AND 

Ooxnmission IMercliants^ 

IMPOllTEES AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUOLt 

FRUITS, NUTS, tVINES. &c., &c., 

JACKSON STREET. UET'.TEEX LKVEB AND THIRD. SAIKT PAUL. MLNX. 

Tonasi --- C^IlSH. 



r!:A('in:.s 

UA>!'iii:in;ih:.s... 

IW.Ai Ki;KliKJi:s. 

<iiKi.'rtii;s. 



. . .500 dozpu, fresh and fine. 
...veil do do Aq 

...yi« do do do 



.•JdO do do 



do 
do 



W O O L LET. 

I..)Vri:U I.KVliK, SAI.XT PALL, 

AX1> 

Ooinin^.s.sioii j^lei-eliijiit, 

i>kai.kj: in r.nucEniKa 
tiltAIX, nwviisiOX.S, LLMi:, &c., &c., &c. 

A.ND 
A O r N T F O V. T TI B 

PEXXSYLVANHA RAILKOAD ^VXD 

.CONXKCTIONS. 

•roT,'nrf.^f.ir tran<«Tiorfrt:o<i botwofu Kt. Pant, 
i:»1to;i, N..\v i:;iKlai,d, .Moi.tr.Ki, .New V.jrk Hiiii 
all po;•ll^s Last, I'lade upon the lowest and m-ift 
Uviii.ible ti-rai;. 
31ark paik|..S(.ii, «'C. \\' . V.'OOl.l.KV, 

■ , „ Kr.l'Acr, 



JOSEPH L K W I S 

Keal V.^\-'\f Ajr-'iit, Xotn-y Pitt-Jir and Convoy 
.'nf-^r, I (»lriliii-.-;,.neror |;('^'.•;.^ lor t!i,' Stat'iol 
.\ewiYo.-k, IViinHyiviiniaj .Mas-aciiiiM-itst, Ulii.» 
and Veiiis.n:. (V li-. ii(in.s nia.lir— i:;xc'S paii': 
for iiou risid.'iits. iii>i!.M' rt'ii'.fd. 

Oil- •■■ ihird .-li-i'ct, liviii-,-V Hiook. 

••ll.'fiTi'niv, Hon. Ai.k.v. Kamsky. jvto-dty 



Vvlloi:rhfc-,i;i.i;uiK.'i..^oo do' d« 

Koroijxn P'ruits. 

UAISTX.S. (Layer ti M. it.)— ^r'.iolos. halves &qr8. 
CUUIlANT.S—f.i'sli and good. 

i'lit. NLa — kt'^» and jars. 

PLLTM.S— Frenrh. 

UATIiS. 

Soaai:.'*. 

100,00(V— cmbracin? larp.' v.T^riefy, and iacladiiig 

BOtuo choice and popular bran-i*. 

Xob;ift'o."«i. 

i.'iO PacVn,Trr>.?, inciiidinpr ii'sorted srnd.'^— Pla", 
Kino e%!t C!:..-\vin?:, .Smoking, J;i!ly HowleB:*, 
McltscIiuum, Iviuulkiniik, i.c., &c. 

Oy«<er« an<l Sartlin«'f=i. 
A full lino fuvorili' brards ; also, LOli-STERS, 
.SALilOX, IIALIUUT. HKUKi.NG, &c., &e. 

Brandies, "Winoa, Bour7>on 

Wliifslcj"-, A:e. 

A LirK-^ v.ni-i'ty, inclnding some fine Old Bran- 
<.i.-.- .-.itd Wlii.-k>s, (boiiird), whidi we can i-ouU- 
d.'uily roi-oiiiun'iid a« vcrj superior. Also, 

Gi!i;ri'rAVino, KLickborrv BranUv, 

O'n.if.'i- I'.raii.Iv, A()i.Ie Ura'udv, 

l'«ii;li lii-uiidy, ClKiry iJrand/. 

Conroc'iionerr. 

\"\Z ra?tf , assorted Candic.*, Gura Drop.s, Loa 
engi's, U'luorice, .Spruce Guui, &c., &c. 

>riita. 

A full fine, including crery variotr. 

Oct.jb.n- M, is'U. 



G" 



A X T & FREE M A X , 



In the Dppartment of 

r.IQXJOI£S ANO SEGARS 

Our Slock win be found laugh and complktk irt aU tlmos. and at prices to suit the views o 

J|Wb».yors. ixcomber 2. ^^^^ 

^ U T L E II S E M r O U 1 U M . 

Ooole:y', Cai*ver&; Co. 

JACK.^ON STitKi'.T, iw:t>vi:i:x li;veb 

AXU TUIKD, .ST. PALL, 
llavlnp lat.'Iy made liboral aUdit'ons to their larire 
C!:a well aK.-iorifd stock of 

Fniio.v Oj'oc»or'iejB,irrMitai, 
"VViiiess, ^eg;urs, «&o., 

invito the early sufeiu'ion of .Sut»ler!< and others 
s.'e;;mj.' Army . supi.Ii.'s, to their. selection »f(Jood3, 
w i::.M they oL.t at clos« ligurcs for Cash or Got- 
ernnieut Vouchi-rs : 

Canned ir'rnit.<3. 



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ATTORXEY.^ & fOLX.SKI.LORS AT LAW, 

OiUce in 5M:inns's (n.ocni.x) ISIock, corner of 

Ihird and Wakishavv-si.-., 
^^' ^'^^''' MI.NXESOTA, 

; Will praciic- in all tlio .Stat" r.nd Federal CourU* 

aioin-y loaned on good security. 

•*-«r .'Sj;ecial aiteutioji pai-l to collecfinp. 
W. n. ui'.tM-. di.cMiMoS J. JI. l..e.i,i:MAN. 



J^ S P E X C E li , 



Dentist, 33 Years,' 

MIXXEAPOLIS, MIXXESOTA 

As far as I know, my terms for practice will \m 
the u.-ual l.^es of Uenti.-ts of tlu« .-state 
«r?. 'T^u\ .'^I'^'*''»'»AL PIVOT TEETH, which 
-rt liealtlii..r, cheaper, m«re beautiful and durabirt 
than teeth .set on piate. 

Pivot Tketii no >..t Pr.KVHNr thu Tastiku 

OF Food— fi.Ari: Tekth do. 

I so stop decayed places in the crowns of Teetli 
Xelejjantl) ,) at. to last the life of the patient. 

«#-Gou8ulwtions without charge. 
! a21-Cm 



TED 



TIT- A X 

3 Cabinet Makers; 2 Chair Makers; 1 Good 
Chair I'ai liter, ut the 

I-Iatstinss Steam S.-^sh and Fur- 
nitiire If^jictory. 

.Ylso, for sal.i, a 

I'OhTAULE stkam engixk a boilek, 

C ylluder 8 Inch bore, and 14 inch stroke. 
sS-U" HEi:ZO<{ & COILsiOX, Uantings. 



IJ^RIEXDS A:XD PATROXS: 

n*\"r fi**^K.V% ".",^' '^""P'*'*' embracing ALL 

il A 1 IS AEW I\ 

Millinerv Dry G oods, 

!|."«'.,^Al>lE.SFUKXL'S|nN(f»nd FAXCY AR- 
t .:■."•-• ''"""ireKoh Hat.sare.juiteprettv; in 
l-elt, IJcaver and Plush, we have the laf c.'t des'lRns, 
V>« liave Jtillin.Tv aiticUi by tin* .luai.tilv, to 
suit the trade. In t^huwls, Cloaks and Cloatiue, 
we have a large supply— ««• hav« tw^-nty diii.ivut 
pattfrn.s: one is the -McChllan— the pattern lost 

.^iiO in Paris. Al.so, the Gothic and ExccNi«tr 
( loaks, so muchadmin-d in hi^h circles, last 
Our stock is larjre In Xiibias. Mood.s, Soniac-. 

< 1- nncU Opwa- II oods, Zef.hxf Worsted V. ^rol. 
\arns. Hosiery, Gloves, Eiiibroideries, "VVliito 
Goods, &c., &c. Drfiis Goods, liHlnioial and IIoov 
hkirt--, by the quantity. Fiv« dozen Winter 
."^hawls, that must be .sold, with almost ev.-rv ai tl- 
c.c wanted in the housekeeping lino. Wo solicit 

: an early call. Respectfully yours, 

„ , ^ , JHK.S. J. .1. DL(;AN,. 

Below Day & Jenks' Drug .Slor.', Third Street 
where tlie wax lady is in lh« window. ovi-t/ 

M~. N. KELLOGG, 

WHOLESALE AND nKTAIL DEALER IS 

TOYS, 

Apples, Quinces, Chestnuts, 

LEMOXS & COXFECTIOXERY. 

Children's CABS— every variety; Egp, Lemon. 
Ginger, Boston and .Sotia CRACKEH.S : Travel- 
ing. School and Work BASKETS; MAPLE SU- 
GAR; lYesh CANDIES from Kcw York— also 



p^ L A K G E D W F. L L I X G , 

.Xosrthe re.-idenee of Got. Rnin'Ov, on the 
bank.-, oi ilie MIssi.-sinpi, in a locality ti oncocen 
tralaad retired. 

UKXRV McKENTY, 

' , ^ , Dealer in Real Kelate. 

j«2S d.lwfira 



l^rgal |loti«jSi. 



as follows : 
Xorman K 



Atwater, Acting Ensign, 



Xew Haven, Conn 

George FrederI<kson, Acting Ensign, 
Philadelphia. 

S. A. Lc whs. Third Assistant Engineer, 
Baltimore. 

^ Robinson ^y. Hands, Third Ai;sistant 
Engineer, IValtimore. 

The Rhode Island's bo.it, first cutter, 

referred to above, containing \\'illiam 

Rrown, Master's Mate, and seven of the -■• ...„.., ,,.,t ...-.,t ^.-vurru uy s:i„ 

crow, whose names we h.ive not been ible i "'W''»'P'". <""«i".vi art thereof. and no pact thura 
- , , ' i <>' l'»s been pai.l : 

i|.fll-(l M-z-krvl ...1 I X* .t .... ._.._•., ■ .. . _ . 



^OTICE OF .MORTGAGt: SALE. 

V» iH-rea*. AVilliam C. Grn>,«f the city ol .»<alnt 
I aid. III the Colony of itaiii-i.'v, and Slate of .»|iii- 
nesola, i,o\v d.f.aie.l, <>n tbi>''J d dav of .Mav, .\.' 
I'. l.Mio, cxeciiliil HiMt.liliv.H-e.l to |»nvid Siuif.ml 
of tin- i.aiiii. pl:ic', a c-rtiin ijidentiire of mort- 
giigi' of that date, whicli w.w re.-orde t in Kie 
olheeof tte; Register of I>,wls of the s id connlv 
ol Kani«*.'y. Sli.in.'snta, on the.-.:jili da v ot .Mat- 
Is ■», ul II <.'.l..ck A. >!., in itook "y "of .Murt- 
g.i;,'--.', on p:ig.'H IJii, 4-.M, \l-l nil.) -|-,", whenby H:,- 
«ai.l Williaui C. <iray dkl gr«n», barfjtin, sell hikI 
convey (in in.nlgag.) -o ^iM DavM .Sanford, lii^ 
heirs :iiid assigns, t:ip foIloMing d.'scriin'.r piive 
op prin-el of hiii.l, siinate, lying and being in s,iid 
co-.uityt>t Kaiiiscy, Miiiiii'si)t,i, viz : 

Till' iioitii h lit ( ',) of thenorth.'a.st qnarter {'« ■• 
of sei-ti n nuiiibir twi-nty-two (:.• of to\vn»iiJi> 
niinib.' I\veniy-e4g;,t(.'^) of raiK" mnnher twen- 
jy-lh-ec (J.:) west, eoi.taiiiii.g eijrlitv (.vi) aere.s ol 
Und, a-^ordiiigto tii.> I'nit.-.fSiati's'.snrvey there- 
of, Cogeili.r witit all aii.l singular tin- ln-reiliia- 
meut.s'nd nj»pi:rtfnanc.- tlu'reunlo inaiivwi^- 
appertaining, to fecnre to.- piym.Mit .d" the suni 
of isf,s, and interest thereon ace.irdirg to th.> 
eo'ditivn of two promi:jsory nole.s, dalid suid 
•-•id d.iy of .May, l.-^irf), ex.'.nt.'il br ..iii.l WilliamC 
Gray, pivaWe an.l delii-,.ic.l as follows: On,' to 
.said David Sruifoid Air $l.s, aiMl ono to M. M.^an- 
ford K.r Jsir', both iliie on.' year from the date 
thTiof, an.ri«)th iio-.v in tli«> possession of au.l 
rontrolleil by said David ."^anford. 

Aecomjiapjing Kuid inortgiige and recorded 
Ihi'reniHi. is a wai- erof said William C. (Jray ..' 
his rL-rlit of redemption of sal - ])reinises in wri- 
ting, duly oxecuted and acUiiowl.'dg.'d piir<iiiHit 
to i!ie act ofthe Le^'idiiti.i.' of .Minn-..ota, ol 
.March loth. iSKi.ontitl '.l " an act to reguluti- the 
loreel••^u^e of ri-nl estate'" 

And, whoreas, there is now, at tho date of lliis 
notice, clainieil t >b-da"au(l is diicon-aid pro.n- 
s«>ry notes and mor.gaire, the s-uii of «i:,fH:j.M. 

-And wlier.'as heretofore notic<M hav.' b.> ii 
published accordoij to. liw bearing date roispc-c-, 
tivily,.)une 1st, ls.il, <),tob,'r J.Mli, iH'il. and Au- 
gust -.'d, lsi-.-i,of U.e loredosure of said inorlgagt 
Hiiil .sal.' of s:iid prcniiscs, w hi.-Ii no(ic"s liavi- 
Im I'll di.icontinueJ, aiel n <" fr.recf.,.>iiro of .siiid 
mortgage or .sal ;i ol .«.»M preniiw.s has be<Mi liad 
or in i.|.' by rea.^oii th •reot'.and iiosuit or i roqi-i'd- 
ing.il liwesce- 1 as alorc-ail, hai been had or 
iii-littit.'il to recover the derjt secured bv sai.t 



J^ A L 51 ORAL S K I R T S , 

Kalmoral Slcirts, 
SILK S J R I P E D . 

Tli« cholcJ'U selection of 

BALMORAX. SKIRTS, 

Ever bronght to the city, ju.-ft received by Ex- 
press. Also a splendid line of 

''Bradley's Hoop Skirls," 

Including tlie favorite brands «'Prido of the 
World," "Favorite Diamond,'' " Inimorabic 
T.ipr," |„aco Gore, and a great variety of other 



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styi 's, at 
Uec'jr-tf 



iio$.-.!i:v & c'A.ni>'s. 



ill.' Great We.stern .String Rand (fomaerlv Wag- 
ner's Liind) is again prepar.'d for the winter sca- 
.-oii, "1..1 oll.-r th. ir service to the public generallv 
lor r.ali-i, Tiirties Concerts, etc., etc., at Ubenil 
i-ai.'s. Parties wishing good niuaic and calling 
will jilea.-e a.idress th • undersigned. 

<Ji diT.^ for the Pand may also be left at Manger's 
Mu.-ii; Stole. 

GEORGE SEIBERT, 

Uetii.I('nc(» on Tenth street, north of Jackson-st., 
n(?xt door to the Scandinavian Church. dec-J-2w 

Q. N. BE MAX & CO., 

CARltlAGE JtLAXUFACTURERS, 

COKWKU OK FIFTH A>fn KOBKKT 8TKKKTS, ST 
PAUL, MIXXKSOTA. 

We ?.ro prepared to manufacture to order all 
kin.Ss of ucooiK.s, < rxTEUS, ll'mbkb wagons, 

I.Xl'UKSS AND GKOCKl'.r WAtJOSS, COXCOKl) 

HACKS and -STARE .SLKIGIIS. of the best qualltv, 
and latest jiattern, and of Eastern stock, which 
enabh"" us ;o w-arrant them in c-'^-ry particular. 
Also all kinds <if repairing promptly and faithful 
ly executed en tho most reasonablo' terms. 
)o4-d''m 



■ TUB BBSr CICAr.8 IN TIIK CITT. 

«* M. N. KELU)GO. 



TO EXCHAXGE FOR REAL ES- 
TATE. 

$.'},»00 in Goods at Xew York prices, ccn- 

sisting of Hats, Caps. Raw Horn Combs. Rca.iy 

, Made clothing, and Jewelry, Is ottered for iiupioT- 

f ed or unimproved Ijiads in this or the at^olniof 

counties, also city property iu St. Paul. 

dec-it»-tf IRA ltll» WELT. 



H° 



LIDAr BOOKS. 



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EWSOX'S COMO SKATIXG 

PAHK, 

TWO MILES AND A llA LK FKOM ST. PAPL. 
» J- Park kept in good c^adlflon f.ir Skatin.-r. 
RclVujhmonf.»fur;ushed when. ordered. jan4 

fTi O IJ A C C O, 

Cijynrs, Pipos, S^nufl*, Sec. 

F. W. TUCHELT, 

Third .Street, n^xt door to Comb'i Book !=»ore 
WlKde.-^Hle aa4| I^'iall D.'aler In-Tolr.eeo, Ci/»ars 
&c., is just r">ceivin« hi* fall an.i winter stock 
and is prepared to fill or.b'rs to ahv extent, for 

FIXE IMPORTED CIGARS, 

MUtsonri, Vjrjfinia and Jientuckv Smoking and 
Chewing Tolwiro. Fin«' Cut Che'wiug, superior 
toauy in the cityi 

SWEET BUIAR ROOT PIPES, 
a largo assortment. These pities are all the go 
now. ^ 

^,_. , V. W. TITCHELT, 

•Third street, next door to Comb's Book Store 

8t.Panl.>'oT..ir. nowirdiy. 



TXDI^VX W.Ut LMPLEMEXTS. 

Thn undersigned arc Agents for 

BALLARD'S CELEBRATED 
Breech. Ijoading Army Carbines, 

riie mo?t perfect and most convenient breech 
loading gun In use. Orders received at our oIBce 
where a sample may be seen, 
sy-tf J. C. BUUBAXK tt CO. 



6IVE DAVENPORT A CALL. 
Great assortment of 

Photographic Albiims. 
AXXUALS. 

JUVENILE BOOKS. CHILDREN'S BLOCKg. 

Dissected Pictures. 
POrtTFOLIOfif, 

GAMES OF ALL KINDS. 

TOY BOOKS. J 

Er«rything iB his line. 

DA\'T:XP0RT HAS GOT ^EM. 

decao 



(^\9>\l PAID FOR L.VRD AXD 
V.^ I'A^.I^W. 

^t the .'-t. Paul Soap and Candle Factory, Eagle 
strei'f , near L'jiper Levee. 
deci:-:Lw* L. BEACH, Prop-'''*-: 



"fpURNITURE. 

JOHN" PRIIHROSK 

Manufacturer and Deolepin 

CABIXET AXD CHAIR 

FURNITUHE 

OF EVERY VARIETY. 

Keeps constantly oa hand a complete assort- 
ment of .... 

PAP.LOB, 

CIIAMBEi:, 

DmiNG-EOOM 

or ALL STYLES, AND OF SUFEBIOB WOKK- 
M.iSSIIIF. 

Most of my Furniture is of ray own manufac- 
ture, made of thoroughly seasoned material and 
eeual to the best there Is niado iu the U. S. A. 

As a nimble sixpence is alwavs better than • 
slow shihng, I am d.'terniined to sell a very light 
shada above cost. Evervbody is respectfully in- 
vited to give me a call before purchasing. 

«9-REMEMBER PLACE : Ston«« Balld- 

Inp— Tiiird Street— «bove the Bridge St. Paul 
ilmn. J«n24dly 



JJ^AILROAD TIES WAXTED. 

The undersigned will purchase 

15^*3,000 

OAK, NORWAY PINE OR TA3IARACK. 

Kailx>oaa Tics, 

.Sawed or Hewed, in lots large or small as mar 
suit tlie party proposing to furnish. To be « feet 
long, f. inches thi.-k, average ? inch faces, deliver- 
ered from 1st of May to 1st of July. 183.1, on ihn 
line of the Itadread at any point from St. Paul t* 
St. Cloud. 

CASH PAID FOR SAME. 

For any further iofonaation apply personally 
or by letter to ^ ' '^ ' 

WM. B. LITCHFIELD & CO., 
declS-tjanl St. Paul. 



Q A T A>V BA BRAXDY 

The undersigned having been »ppdintod sole 
Agent for the sale of 

LYON'S PURE OHIO CATAWBA BRANDT 

For the State of Minnesota, calls the attention ot 
Ihysiciansand the public to Its medicinal qnali- 

•> T> IT. « WALTER W. WEBB. 
St. Pau'. Jnlv M twa. |y»,^ rt^„ 



^y ^ S . COMBS 

Is on hand with his usual larg« - 



jy£ETAI. WAREHOUSE. 
VANDERVOOKT, DICKERSON & CO., 

IMPOr.TF.r.S OF 

Tin I?l«to &«., 

AOKNTli FOB 

U O W E ' • 

IMPROVED 

X99 an«l 201 RaMdol|ili.8t., Chlcaro 



AND DEALERS IN 

T 1 5f Jr E B '• « 
STOCK. 



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r. 0, Box 3167. 



IJ»AX DEEDS 



-•-•-♦h 



— PwobertJ. Waker baa just written a 
lengthy paper on t le financei, in which 
he takes strong ground in favor of tha 
policy anaouDc«M hj Stiwratu-/ Q^f^y 



soine eoastiii.r v<.s<!i.| n« il,....,. ,,-,L '„ """•>'",'-"''. t«^th" 'iigli-st bi.ldor, for cash, at thf 

some toasting vtssel, as llierc was a n-ontdorofthecourt II use, Inlhe cltv of st 

nuililKT p.ising the ne.xt morning. Pa-il, inthec untvof liamsev, and state of .Mln- | -^t- Vk t^ t r^ T-^ 

Respectfully vonrs, \y \\ k nesofa, on the 7th ilay o' I ebruarv, a. D. Js^;:!, i i\I vJ 1 1 l^ il* . 

\ , ^ , ^ 1 ' ' I at 10 o'clock iu the fore oon of that dav, to satisfy | -•-" 

!I!!l'?.?li'!r.*2"T."M^"r".\^'?'lP?'7^'^.***'"^J.*^''* ' „Tlio undersigned have removed to Messrs 



^7- \ -OTT-rr^^r ^T-, -r^^^T^ ^ ' THE PRESS PRINTING COMPAITT ' ~ 

I VARIETY OF BOOKS H«ve now on hand the latest ana beat form of 

taxdeeds. Itlsauitable for sales under the spt- 



AND GOODS SUITABLE FOB THE HOLIDAYS. 

The Public arc invited to examine hli Stock 

which Is now open ft>rlnspectlon, at hU 



-The King of Brazil is about to .tart ' "- '^niJraMllir ^STS^ST '^^, ' nSH ^^^!l^i. S^^lS ^^^'^ ' 
^ a n^agnifieent bender-a vi.it to all | 1^d December «d^ | ^J^^^^^^^^^^^T^ ] BOOK & STATIOXERY EMPORIUM, 

th. European cOurU mcoputo. I ., ,.^,^^ ^^^^^ •^^ES?a.^. ; |.**2:V-W«. l««i. '■ ^' * .^' ^- '"^^ j Third-St.. St. P*,l. 



213^1"?.*.^ ',**** Legislature, and In conformity 
s2?e^{&';S'^^"^'"' "" " *"*^ ^ -^ 
PrloeSOeent a per doMn, or •« per kitiidfv>d. 

QASn PAID FOR WHEAT, RYE, 

BABLET, OATS and CORX, and DRESSEI> 
HOGS, at W Wawlnnne.lWt t*T«e,afnSj!' 






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15c>ot ami J^'"»« 

MAN U F A O T IT T i E K , 

TiiiRDsruKKr.i;:r.u>:^::ur5.JArK»uN, 

ST. rAii., Minufsota, 

Ker^' con-'.:n::y on haa.l «n 1 mak-, to orJ.T 

IK^OrS ^V?CD STIOKS, 

n-'ii.-'i ar- wrirrant-.l to .!.> :»' ff ■>:'•' '^''J^if,/, f",' 
of «■< 4 xa *:\ !'• uud vvorkm.in-^iip-'-^ It in-'.> s. 

RKi*AU:!Nt'. a->-.i^ oa tho i'lji-i St noti^-', ai. 1 

y A I II h A N K' S 

STANPAr.n 

S C A I^ 1*: S 

or ALL Kirf-.i^. 
.\Ui, AVnrwI'.oviso Trucks. Lett-I 

yAn:»AN-K?,onKi!N!J".Ar.v • •>., 

irj l.i'it* Stnvt, rhi«!.i.'J. 
For talc ia St. I'jul. '-fJ. t • ^ ''•*■'• r>jrbin' 

•Bp c»r«»ftil to »>nv onlv the jronr.ln'' «>!4-'1wi^ 

^ II 1 C A GO B 11 K W E R Y . 




• ' ssu 



^it.$ mtd ^^mp. 



§nj 6o0fe 





y A .M I* S AN D OIL 

A new and comploto stock of 

And tho best brandi of 

OIL. 

VoT salottt rr-iCEH TO Sl'lT THlt TIUBS. 
S. K. rLT:»AM, 
s1« Oornor of Third and Mnrlcet streott. 

JLT^ A K V I Jl ' S 
CKOOKERY HOUSE. 



» 1862. 



ianUvatf. 



Post Oillc«> f^t* l*ditl, :Minn«K»t«»> 



•Omu 



CA.SIl (\MMrAI.... 






DiriPKf n^ i>\ (AVI I A!. i.t'tTTrn r.Tirsrn.vR. 

TT.I: 1<1 s.'.vi N I .1: H.N r. r KS a.v.m vi— 

iMi.si V iii.»Lii:;r.i. 



JCST RECKIVKD AXD 

SELLIlXCr VERY LOW, 

1,(KK) LOOKLNO OlJLffSES AKD MIKP-OUS. 



OLLi—XIiE VKKY BKS T. 




C 



LILL & DIVKRSY. 



LILI.'S S TO Civ, 

LAG K n n 1: J" 1: . 
pontEn AXD r. no fry srorr. 

8o!d bj haltbarr.l and d llvfr.-.l fr.'.» of charge'. 
\VM. COXSIANS, 
j^^.«,.^._ A.'.K.\r. St. Panl. 



-p» L O II E X C E S E W I X C, 
MAClII^Tli; AG-EXCY, 

Ono <loor Ea-«t of Uavor^porfs Book-^torc, on 

^Tui^'-FLnUKNCK" SEWINM SrvrillX?:- 

mat.' v»ri: riKtKuiisr »fitc:i.*< on on-' and tn 
saiu! iniciiin... Thu* thf i..»CK. I> 't Hi.F-i or:. 
EXUT AM> u..r-BT.K-K:si>r, aU of wl)icli in:iK-> tti' 
aeatn alikf oa both siil.« af tli" fabric, i^itlif r u: 
mil cju 1-3 tn-.^Jacid whii." tli.* Mvhiii'j ii m mo 

'Iv.'v ;'.,-ir> ihn r.v.vtT <i^: r. rrj'-r> Morton 
whiV-ii' • li.ir :.'i tij.-- Oi..r.-.t>>r to invo th*> -TO'-k L-ar 
ry eith.T wav, ar :j cJuiiiii-" l!ia dir-clion, an-. 
A^fii tUo •'"ud of*-:-ia*, w.'ich, toRflhor wit!, 
makias a'.ou.ff aud .■« s'.iort stitcti, i* «loaa aimrl; 
bv turning a thumb ^i<•r■>^'r. 

Thinr luotioin are ail po.«it!Tr«. Thore ar* n: 
•'>riii;ri to ?'■* oat of or-l-r. llJ.-T ar^ so simj^ 
that I'.v ini>-t iu,>xpt'rit'nr>'d t-an woife tlnnu ;/"r- 
f.jctlv and with oa-.'. I'h-y sr-* s. >i-i;. .:>;., au' 
on i)'-' u.*''d whtTf* imii't is n'''C'^-«*:irv. 

rii.'V ar^ the KASlKsr .SKWKU' in th" 
Wtll'J.I), making' nr,^ »ti:i-)i(».'< to i'u-h r.'voJation. 
TIk'v oil uo dr-'.-i.-t'.s. TlK'ir stitc;i i* th-' wond-i 
of all, bi'v-aii^f of itJ combiiifd liLATi'i'irT 
«niKN«n u an 1 BK At- rr. 

Fricoi \o. 1, *-!.'■'">. -No. ;. »'i7.C>\ No.^, I CM' 

No. 4, i:.:.'^). No. j. ?r:,')i), >o. i», ?-•.', -i, Xo. r 

Cabiai-: Oi-i-u.T, $'.Kj.o«j, No. 7 C.tbir.fi ea <'i! 
$.»:..'.!", Mahi'ginv $'Jr."0, Uo«<»w.iod S.v.i.f'. 
Mvmiiiorsan.iull'nt'cesiary loola iuciudud in tht- 
ttbovo price:*. 

On hau I <li:5front kiudi! of lowpr priced Ma- 
chill"*. Call and M-et'io" Flore i;oo M.ictiiii''''." 

jvi,v.lrf <;. vv. HAtu:(»<:K . 



vritll a 0:'.-li (Miiil;:! 01 ,jiiv>,i»<,:i ,:i.;n»>iti>,'l iir.'Voca- ! 
ti!v witli til.' iti-'iinin"' " IV';>:tr!m<'tit of tin M:il<' 
ot' Ninv Vi>r\. in I iiiu'd Statos boii'N, oa which 1 

it nlloTVI t'.lt 'Hi*!! T> T Ci'Tlt. |>0r iMIIIlltll to tliC I 

^•«.i.-kliol,'.'rsa:i'l tU.' firira ]..-i>i;;j of th" bini- | , -^ r.AM.OJIl AT FROM TniSTT T roSTT 

,)..«« ij ^Iiartvi I'T the Iwili'-T hold-".*. Tiio n'-t 1 

profm ill iwo \i';r-« iiinnunts to ^ii.M.iHO, which ,„«— >nAiTr>« 

«:i;i-.v» an iinpai-.illi'U» I .itici-i'!!* in tli* hi.^iory el j iiiSTa a uali.u«. 

I.ifp IiisiiM:' ■''. I's I pi'i-ati.>!t-i art' iniin^- '.i hy a 

IJ.iar.l of l»ii or.« i unpo-i'd of t'lt* m.' ab!.>.-: 

hi.-iiii'':i riisi i'l" liio . ;)iintry, and i!.* b!i<iii''r<.-i !.■< 
i"on,hu".'"'<' ''ntirt'lv oi '.he ou-*'! n'.aij. Dividi'inl.-. 
to tiip policy holiJ.TS a ill bo nial.'ovcrr fivj'VPar.H, 
an 1 i'.o foiii-ian- in I . • country o.lcri r-iu il ai- 
rasra -''•< t'^ ir* i! ■al"r". 

W-r. r. A l.rXANHr.i:, IVsi^nt. 
!Ii-"?'.;^- It. 'lvi>::. Vi ■" l*r<>*iv? ist. 
G;-..>. \V. riili.i.li's, '.ctinr.-. 

II. ^. I»n:A:.l). .Milt!raul:.»<f. i>n. Arr'. 
^V. \V. i\r; ,, M:iti> Acontioriliuuo-tou. 
r>i;. Wm. CAisi.:, St. Taul. 
ir.i.-. :■ ;■ •.' 



yOTT ly STOKI, A TOLL 3TC>CK OT 

CIILN'A, CKOCKERY & GLASSWAHE 

AT WIIDLKSALK A^IS RUTAII. 

^T Pi:icBS Hucn rkducb 



SPUUNO. 1862. IXtOTV and «TEEt^ 
DRY GOODB FOB CASH. 



^tttimttk'is €itAmxu 



c;yici; hocus. 

On week days from 7 o'clock A. M. to 7« o'clock 1Q62. 
r. >f. ' I 

On Sundays, from 32 o'dock M, to 1 ©'dock : 

P. X. 



1862. 



1862. 



HEAVY HARDWARE 










DuvoTr.DTo: '.'K ..\hma:.i.\ki:<'l";:.vnC!: 
^.\sa cAriPAL .'V^ As.scrH or tub 

OF iiAinro' I). (•uNNi:'jrn.-.UT, 



JVST KBCriVEO, A LjkSOa STOCK Of 

Xitl3lo Sc I*ocliot Cutlor^. 

Tha merc■^an{• wh« pirohaje in St. Panl will find 
th?fe eoodi very do»lnble, and at 

V r: R ^' I^ O W R A. T IC s . 



p n ( !•: >r i x , 

OF nARTFOLD, COXXKCTirn, 

nr.voTF.u TO rir.K ixsfitAN.ri-; i..\» Lf!*iVEi.T 

A--i :rs I'F IBS 

pji(i:xrx rxsruAXcr: com pax y, 

0? lLA;;irOiJ), CONNIX'Tl.i:!', 
f^JI.'^-.O CO. 

OF II A 1! TFO 1, /). ( V).V.Y/;< ' Tl C fj, 

CX^n CxPlTAI. ANO AS.inT3 OF vftr. 

CITY rliih l\SUivAN>"K roMI'ANf 
or iiArrFo tn, ros.MXTii-CT, 



JUST laJCEIVBD, 

A F I X E A S S O R T M E N T O F 
Silver I?lato<l 

BRITAISTNIA WARE, 

UOUSEKEEI'lXG GOODS, LAMP.S, *o., &C. 
iriioLKraAt. .vsn BKTAti,. 

R. MARVIN, TiTiKD Street. 
jfii 



OIL! 01 L 



NORTinVESTKIvN AGENCY 

OF W [ f^ C X S 1 X . 

">Txu:.\<:i7/.'i i: smnt rwi., is»;2, at 
Tur. o.-iicc 01' 

. G L: R T I S 

GLNLiiAL lysrr.ANC!: agent. 

al-ly CornT tif Third and ?.Iinnc<ot9-'«ts. 






QIL 

aOO bsrr.-^ls T^rt. l.ntanrtard host qnslity 

Oiirbon Oil, 

Just rt'cMTi'd, and for ^ala to doalfr*. 

i). r. V.'ATSO.X, 
n.Vtjnnl Bric't niock, Ko:H'rt-it., .St. rani. 




T D K G II A ^Y , 
<• J • 

T?UIT.r>ICR. 

Shop w^nt iildi^ of .laf-kJion, botwern Fiflh and 
Sixth strt'ot,«, vvlit'rf! overytliinR rt'o.tilrnd lu th- 
tiai!<)in>; lino will be promptly aif»*n<li'<I t". 

iiT" J oI>bin;» done at short nalico and nn rt-a^ot! 
ablp U'riin. novK-Iy 

p A L M K K ' S r U U E 

I >r E a ^v R . 



I>, W. In|jfor»oll &, Co., 

■AVB JBOT aHUKlVBU A L-VBOU STOCK OF 

SPRING DRY O^OODS, 

ooasianao or 

FANCY DilESS GOODS, 

Of trtrj T«ri«ty «f quaUty, wiU bo sold at prices? 

T* SUIT TUB TIMBS. 

MotUod Morullo Cloths, from 10 to 25o per yard t 

FLAin roil. I»B »-IIKV«^KS, 
KURItOIDERRt) TOII. Dli CHEVr.K.S, 

EVERY TAUlIiTr Of CHALLKy* 

■ MBROlUErF.D ASDOUKY CRWAII.MIS 

BLUR, ORF.K5 ASD RINB nitRltAOK LK.'UKINA. 

RXOMSn, FRKSCn ASI> AMKf.lCAn MOUSLISK UK 

UAisrs; rui:«TEr» LAWNi is 

ORR.\T TARIKTT. 

A STLKNDID STOCK OF r.INOlUMa 

AI, a o 

BLACK .VXD men F.VXCY SILKS. 

MRS AND UOTS' SUM.'^ir.R WKAR; 

BROADCLOTHi, BLACK k r.VKCT C.V38niEUF.S, 
BATTTNItTS, A!f D Sl'MMRR CLOTIH. 
ALSO 

A TEUT LAUGE STOCK OF 

HOSIKRY, <3-r.O\ KS, 

A5n 

rARAfOLS, SV^ UMISUKLLAS, KTC, 

ALStt 

A LAKGE STOCK OF 

D0M1-:STIC AND FOREIGN GOODS. 

BT THB nZCB OR rACK.\C.R FOR TTIB 

COXJNXRY TK-tVDK. 

COUNTRT MRKCIIAXTS 
Can purchase their Goods of us, and 

SAVE TIME AND MONEY. 

We Invito the attpntloa of the ladit»3 to our now 
•tylP« of Cloaks and MantlUaa. 

O XT R M N T I rt IC STOCK 

vrii.x. nn 

AT PRICK.S TO DKFT COJirKTITlO::?. 
The pnbllo arc Inrlted to visit 

OUR :n'kav stork. 
D. W. LNGEUSOLL & CO. 

•pr.TO-dly St. Panl, MlnncsoU. 



O K D E K 
SHEET IR.OTV, 

NOEWAT NAIL HODS, 
BURDEN'S HORSE SHOES, 

IJS ails and Spikes, 

SLEIGH SHOES, 

CUTTER SHOES 

Sleigrli and Oixttei 
XMJIVIVEI^S, 

lient Cutter Stuff, 

.HALL, KIMBARK k CO., 

O II I C A O^ O . 



Wl N'TF.U AKK AN'G KM i:5T. 

AKRIV.V'l. AND DEPAllTLKK OF MAII.8. 

For LaCiossp— Ka^tern Mail— Leaves dally, ex- 
x-j't Friday, at 5 A. >r, 

Arrivi'i daily, except Tuesday, at 8 P. M. 

1 or Miun«ai>oli»— '<.-.ive4 daily, oxc^-pt Sunday, 
at 8 A. M. 

Arrivi's daily— except Sunday, at 4 r. M. 

For SI Illwater— leave* daily, except Sunday, at 

7 A. M. 

Arrivf^s daily, except fSundav, atrt r. M. 

JFor iiudson— leaves daily, except Sunday, at 
C A, M. 

Anivos daily, e.xcppt Sunday, ni 7 p. M. 

For ilankato— leav«s daily, excj-pi Sundaj, at 

10 A.M. ^ ^ 

Arri. ra dailr, pxcppt Snndav.at about 12 M. 
tor NoftUti'fld— l«ave* daify, except .Sunday, 

atlA.ii. 

Arrives dail.', rxr^pt Suiidiv, at aoout 7 P. si. 

ForfiunriseGty— U-'aves Monday, Wecnesday, 
and Friday, at li a. m. 

ArriM's iuo.sd.iy, TLuri?J:iy, and Saturday, at 

about 7 I'. M. 

For < annon Falls-^'^aves luosday, at . A. 31. 
Ariive.s Wednesday, at 7 P. M. 
For l!o.! WiuR- leavi's Wedjiasday, at S A.M. 
.«iiriv<s f ucioiay, »t <". p. .v. 
Vol '"arviT — li-aves Tliursdav, at 7 A. M. 
^r "» •< W'odnofday, at 7 r. M. 
For CottajTO Grov<»— leaves Saturday, at 1 P. M. 
AiTi\.-<;>at'jrday,at 1-.J .M. 
Slail.s Itaviag b.foro 7 o'clock -V, M. close at 

7 I", y- 

All otherfJ <&>.«e hf 'f an ho;ir before th^ time of 
d.sfaitin?, extt-pt K!i.«.'ern which cio.ses at P. M. 

Tln^ posiagi' iijijii uli )rausii-!it jiriiitcil niatt<T, 
foreiff.i auJ dornetij;;, luid upon nil U'ttorr<, for- 
I'ian aud domestic, in ijow r.'<!'iircd to be fully 
prepaid by United St:".i^.< ;)osta;;>> MRUip.<, except 
III cafi'.s where prepay nu-ui, s; 11 it'tter.-t, tec, to for- 
eign couutriei' !.•> o;.tionsl aiwi the ccnders do not 
wi-Ji to i.ri'iMv. 

I'lTsoiiR mailing l"'fter». new£pRj)ers, ftp., 
v'helher doini.'.si '.c or to foreipin co.uilries, should 
tluT'M'oroayc'rtaln a: the uillce of uiailinp, the 
exact posta;;:' in <'acii ra^e and alfix Uuit''d elates 
uost.;;;'* stamps of fuiricit-nt value to prepay tho 
fall Dost.'ige th«'roon. 

CHAS. KICIIOLS, Tostmaster. 

St. P.iul, Novcmbi-r l.'i. fH'^. 



WINTER ARRANQEMSNT. 



yilNNESOTA STAGE CO., 

CABRTIBO TUB 

NOItTHWEST'N EXPHESS 

A5D TBB 

XJuitea states MaU. 



The roads ara well stocked with first class 
horses. Concord Coaches, with careAil and ex{>e. 
rienced drivers, all aader tb« o»atr»l of oompo* 
tent agents. 



nW-'v ^ 

ipiONEEU FOUNDRY AN J' 

AGP.ICULTUItAL AVOllK.S, 

Corner of Fifth and I'ike str^ct«. 
T!ii« issiabtisl'ineat Is now in fall oporation, ar- 
ia prepared to furnish all Wnds of 
IKOX AM) UHASH 

CA.STINGS, FOUGING, ftc, 

at the lowest Ha^teru rates, viz. Heavy 31111 ca^t 
injC'i, Columns, ^;a!ih weiirht.i, Gr.ite IJars, Sltig:i 
shoes, fee, three cents per pound, lira's casj- 
inj?«, P.abbit ini'tal, .:j to 33 cants per pouad. 
Lutlie work $:i."« per day. Farticular attf-ntion 
(fiven to .>ieaiu Kn/ine and Boiler work. Thresh- 
ing Machine repairins; promptly attended to. 

6ti'a:ii Kn^ines and Itoilers, Tlireshiu? umchlned, 
new and «i!Cond handed, for sale or exchaugi- 
very low. 

OILMAN t BUSnNELL. 

St. I'A ri., .)u ly f»th, in-'.!. diy_ 

i~Kr O N . 

J. 15. I3Xi,^I>EIV, 

PRAI-rR I!« 

IRO::^, iS^AlLlS, STEEL, 

SrUINGS. AXT.E.S.CARUIAGK TKIMMIXGS, 

l.«ath<r r.eliinp, (Joil Chain, Horso Nails and 

Shoen, Thimble .Skeih.-> and iioxes, 

Window sash andt^ilass, A.^-'S, kettles, .Shelf and 

IIoti'^'T' Hard-^^^'iire, 

PITTSBXIRG- COAE 

A LARGE 8T0CK OF PLOWS, 

Warehouse on Tliird street, between SHnnesnt. 
and Cedar-vH., .^t. Fan I . "f-tl 

IXON'S SSTOVE POLISH AND 



(Bx(^mkx 



/-i E. S C U N A B E L , 

i:.- 5J0FFATT'.<^ CASTLE, CORNER OF 4ti» 
AND JACKSON STKEKTS. 



scnenvLBOP departvrks from saint pacl . 

For Hastings, Red Win^, Lake City, Reed** 
Lauding, Wabashaw, Minneiska, Winona aud La 
Crosse — conneciing with the LaCrosse andMU- 
waukee Railroad — urery morning at i A. M. 

For StiUwater— DaUy.at 8 A. M. 

For Shakopee, Jordon, St. Lawrence, Bel?« 
Plain, Henderson, Le Sneur, <.)tuwa. Traverse d«s 
Sioux, St. Peter and Mankato— Lhkily at 2. P. X- 

For Rosetnonnt, Castle Rock, Northfleld, CaB- 
non City, Faribault, Medford, Clinton Falls an4 
Owatonna, connorf ing at Owatonua, for Wiltor_ 
St. 51 ary'ii, Winnebago Agency and Maukatu: 
Also for Kice Lake, Clart'inunt, Wa..doja, Man 
torvUle, Rochester, Chatlield, and Winona— Dailjr 
at 4 A. M. 

For Tndnsitrlana, Anoka, Orono, Orlando. 
Monticello, Clearwater, St. Augusta and St. 
Cloud— Dally, at t A. m. 

For Sauk Itaplds, 1; 'lo Prairie, Fort Ripley and 
Crow Wing — ruesdnN's, Thursday's sind Satur- 
day's at 5 o'clock A. M. 

For Richmond, Sauk Centre, Alexandria. 
Chippewa, Pomme de Terre, Breckinridge, Fort 
Abercromble — Monday's and Wednesday's at U 
o'clock A. M. 

Fer Sunrise, with connections for Superior 
and Baytield — Monday's Wednesday's ana Fri- 
day's, at 7 o'clock A. M. 

For furt<ier particulars Inquire at the Geaera. 
Office on Third Street. 

J. C. BL'SBANK fc CO., 
nov2t-dly Proprietors. 

18G2. 1862. 1862. 



j>EAi,::r. t"? 



D 



M 



11 



1 S S K L 1 Z A W A S S . 



Tiii!'.u STi-.rr.T, si:xT I>or>p. to Grkkni.eai-'.i 
I* now receiving 

Direct from !Xe\Nr York, 

A I.AlUii: ASSOUTJIENTof thevery 

RICHEST AND LATEST STYLES 

or 

MILLI^TERV OOODS. 

To which sha Invit'js the attention of 

The LricUes of St. T>.tiil and other 

Town-M iti tlio Slate. 

St. Paul, Sept.urth, lO.'. «27-l7 



p w . :? I c II o L s , 

General Insuranco Agent. 
fd;e insur.v \'ce. 

M vuiNE insi;ra:^ce. 

life IXSrUAXCE. 

Issued on fivor.iMo terras, in the Dust ro'.iab'.. 

(.'ompniiii--.'. 

DFFli E AT Ur. ) LITTLE'?? BOOK S TOIJK, 
jaril.i.l.ip f liir I str'M't. St, P.iul. .Mi". 

A r p L i: s : apples! 

73 barrolii choic', Just received and for cnle bjw 
•uy S. K. PUTNAM, 

»1« r.rni r TTiirdand Market 'treets. 



•T17 M. I L L I N G W O R T H , 
TlTatcU 3Ianiifaeturcr. 

- A S tJ — 

rro'WN' CLOCK BUiiiX>ER : 

SIGX OF THE TOWN CLOCK. 

JACKSON-ST., - - - ST. PAUL 



Ilavipghad over THIRTY YEAR.S EXPERT 
EN'CE in the best Wafh Factor!.'^ ia England 
and America, he feels himself comp'-tcnt to do 
anything in his lino 

A LITTLK STJrKRIOR 

io sny other e-stabli^hment in the Northw.^Kt. 

»:y N. H.— P'T^ons wi^*lI^g to perff>ct them- 
■p've»"in the h'i'<in'»^^. will b" rec^ivi'd under in- 
■ traction on VKICY MODEitATE TEUM.S. 

^f Fine work done and ( 'lock and Watch 
Wherf* cut for the tnido at low rates. mrVy 



A BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE 

A #ha.-Tning re-sid nee in Willi:'' Adnif lor., built 
by the owner t'or hi ■ own u«e, with every comfort 
an<l convenience— V ell of pure w.-»t''r, >'(nble au'! 
out-buildlngi, and a yard with 8hrubb<>ry and 
afravi'l walki. 

The hon<e fi not a mere shell or Ijnlloon, b-it 
built to ri'sin tlie 'oM of our winters and thu 
float of onr sunnnP! .<, and Is le«.vated in an ai.'y 
md che'>rful ivigiil ortiood. 

St. Paal, Joae J-H. iwv,>. 

HENRY MrlxENTY, 
p?!% d^w'rn T>o'i:-' in ItAa! F«t9»*. 

MM^UFAOTJEINa COMPANI. 



Th:< is the kind of Vloogar that Ehoald bo osc 1 
by all h jusekeeners fjr 

I? I c iv Ij la s 

AND THB 

T-A.I5LE. 

It Is warranted pure and wholosonM", and t-; 
give perfect sstlafactlon wherever nsed. Try it, 

AND TOC WILL HAVE NO OTHEK. 

For sale .-.t onr worij^ oa SIb'ey street, and bj 
all grocers who hava an eye 10 keeping 

CHOICE CtOODS FOR SALB. 

C. C. LEWIS Jk CO. 

"TTiri^t O V A L~ 




ALfRKIl D. PAV1S05. AI.0X7.0 P. COXSKI.V 

AINT PAUL CLIPPER 



S 



rLO^W F.tYCTORY. 




Till' undersigned having farmed a p«rtnpr-*hl 
for the manufacture and sale of I'l.'.jWS, ara now 
praparitd to famish farmers and dt-alers wits 

THE BEST PLOWS 

Ever offered In the Stat", and at prices tosnit th 
times. We will always have on hand a large stoc 
of Cait Steel and Common ."<tet>l t^oxs Plows 
I-'- -n Plows, lireaking and Grub Plows, of al 
and w." and of the host m.aterial. 
*'»' 5avinghadthe material ■•elected for our espe 
e>»i tratle, and thp Plows being manufactured un- 
(Ur the supervision of 

AX.ONZO Lie AlVITN-Gf- 

(FORMEKLT OF.ST. ASTICOST.} 

WE WARRANT THEM 

T* be of light draught, dean in any soil, and give 
good satisfaction generally. 

PARTICULAR ATTE5T101I PAID TO REPAIRtSO. 

Farmers ! save your old plows and we will work 
them over much to your advantage and satisfac' 



ste;*:! EXfifr^iEs oil BCiLERi 

PATENT F;::n evaporatotts, 
rvrr.NT *cgau cank .v.iu.a, 
r \ rrNT -;ti:am rcn, r.VAPor \Torts, 
PA TENT ST.VMP MILLS 

FOR 

PIKE'S PEAi; OR LAKE SUPEKIOH 

Send for rircn'ia 's, with cuts and description) 
pric<'.s, &c. ; al-o, 

SAW MILLS, FLOURING MILLS 
Axn MAriiis: r.T ok all i>i;s<RirTioxi», 
Too ni morons to menllon. 
CUICAS ), - - iM.iSOfn. 

P. W. GATES, President. 
N. B. .\ gents waided everywhere. 
mr7-.l5t'Vlv 



\ T W n O L E S A L E . 

A large assortment of New .Styl« 

Hoods. iiSTubias, 

SoiitaffS an*l Coanrortorn, 

MAO 

MEN'S SHIRTS AND DRAWERS, 

WOOL SOCKS. 
Buck Oloves ^ IVIitten??, 

Qarlng a snrpltia of Uiese goodi wa 
WILL CLOSS THEM OUT AT P.ARGAINS. 

VLofCatii &; Camp. 



BLACK LEAD CRUCTP.M:«, 
For sale at WEST'.i P.^per, Tin nnd Kag Ware 
llfU>", wiieri' you can bi;y .Stove pipe live e.-nt.' 
Ipss than af otht'r stores. Also, all kinds of ne.^- 
on<l hand M'-rchandize, old Iron, ltag:», L;Md. 
Copi)er, Tin, &c. Stoves wanted. Cash I'aid on 
d-liverv. Two rnd one-haif cents paid in goods 
for good Cotton Rags, at 

WES i'S, on RolM«rt-st., 

c?fi-tf Lnrge .'^toiie Kuilding, n<'Xt to ."id-ct. 

Kags ^rRni.'d- for which 4o per pound will be 
paid. Mink TrapH for sale. 



OliOCESRITCS, O^TtAJK, 

AND 5»ROVISlC3r3, 

K"epsco;istnntly on K&c4a full e\zj:f]? of Ccm , 
Corn Meal, Oat?' and lirai.. 

Kice Leaf Lard »nd Suf;arCnrfu uanis. 

Anv quantity of butter «id e^-,-r8. 

Il.»lms made arraugem.'nts lu receive two or 
Ihree times a week iVoui t'ao country the choicest 
ro;l '-'Utti-r. 

A'soagencvfor C. H. H. Baker's f'xtra flour, 
whicli ir; proiiounred the l#est in the city. 

Goods delivered iti all parts of the ciiy i.-ee cf 
rl:arge. __i£li!!i'L 

T^ W . EDDY, 

Ocneral Orocor 

ASD DEAtKP. IS 

THE BEST FAMILY PHOVISIOXS, 

FORT STREET, ST. PAUL, 
Koops constantly on hand the best of Sugan and 
C>oliet!. 

The choicest Green and P.ltick Teas. 

.Stewart's and I'.erchei-'s Syrups. 

The be^t fainily bi-auds Floor. 

Drie<l fruits. Pure Wines, and Liquors fiH- nie- 
dieini'.l purport!'. 

ihe be.st Dairy Buttor. 

Uurkee's .^pi&^r'. 

■(he celebrated Dandelion Coffpe.' 

],ntnb'.i Hams ami An>»'.-<' l>ri*-d Beef, 

Wooden and Earthen Ware, Ac, 
Wliicli will be sold as low as tbo lowest and dej 
liverod promjjtiv, 

FREE OP CHARGB. 

je27 d;y _ 

TOEYNOLDS & ^McCAllGAR, 
Wholesale Orocers 

AM) 

OonkiuiNsion ]^Xoircliaf*t«, 

UPPER LEYE'' 



Xnipoirtaiit to Sliippors* 



a:<J-tf 



Saint Papl. 



TT O U S E FOR RENT 

A small house with five rooms, and a good eel- 
ar, for rent on easy terms to a good tenant. 
LOCATION CENTliAL. 
Tn»ini«e a t tliis office. ''"^■■f 

"tTpau l c h a 1 R F A c t o r y 



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HAYDSN, KAY & CO., 

Have removed to 

iSTcs. 15 and 47 Lake St., 

Where they are preisared toshowcAsn BCTKRSof 

SADDLERY HARDWARE 

[AND 

Cai*i*iag"e Trimiiiing-s 

The largest and best assorted stock to be ft>and la 
the NORTHWEST, embracing 

SPULNG3 AND A.TLE.-^, HUBS. SPOKEF, 
FELLOES, Ac, ko., 

Carriaor Bodies asp SR.tT.^, Ksamkled 
Ct.OTII, Patf.st Lrathtir, 

Al.so a large assortme"* of 

Horse Collar.^ and DJavi fis. Whips and 
Lashes, Hkirtin^, BriuHe, Collar and 

HARNESS LEATHER, 

All of which will be off .'red at 
I?rioe« that ■will not be X7nil»rs ol<l 

Agents for 

MOWRT'S SPniSOB A>-I> AXLKS, Cr<^ iCKET'8 

VAit.NMonna. 
Dole's Hub Boxing Machine and Hollow Angers. 

P. nATr>i^x, W. V. Kat, r. Wiwiojf, 

New York. Chicago. Oil icinRati,0. 

a23-amd 



CARPETS. 

CARPETS CHEAP. 

CARPETS CHEAP. 

CARPETS CnEAP. 

I WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. 

JOSEPH 13UCtBEE, 

THIRD-ST.. ABOVE THE BRIDGI-:. 

^tee fVitw -ST. PAUL. MINNESOTA . 

NION PARK HOUSE, 

LITTLE CANADA, MINN., 

G. W. FEW, - - Propribtor. 



II. GALLEY, 

Mannfacturor of ' \ 

Cano LUid AV^ood Seat, 
c n A. I n^ » I ; 

1 

THE TRADE SUPPLIED. j 

WABASHAW STKKET, BKT. STII &6TU, 8T. PAIL 

>nssi;.soTA. nov'S 



ViJIOUX DEPREDATIONS. 

I will attend pronrndv and faithfully to the col- 
lection of clairas arisinj; out. of the recent depre- 
dations of l.iu aiuux Jiidiaii!<. 

(JJO. A. NOURSE, 

»?n.tr AtforiK'VJit l,a«-. St. Panl. 



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TRIES' EXTRA SWGAR CURED 
H ^ >X S , 

R. K. PUTNAM. 



For salo by 
sift 



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$2.50 



A N ACRE! 



l.JO Acres in KAMSF.Y roUNTY. within 10 
mile<> of the t.ity of St. Panl, th'' Cai>itnl of .Min- 
nesota, in tracts if 5:! acres and 77 aer.'-:, will b'> 
sold si'paratelvortoj;>'tli'r. Ti-rms POSITIVELY 
CASH. 

HENRY McKEvnr, 
D''a!cr in Ri-al E.state. 
St. PaiiL Dec. !1th, ISi'.J.— d&wlin* 



This llonse Is pl«santlr located In Little Canxi 
da. on t'hP bank of Lake Elizabeth, live miles froir 
Saint Panl. The Hou.se and tlxturcs aro entirely 
Bew.andhasbeen r.tiedup more paniculariy s^ 
a howo for Invalids, and persons seeking recrea- 

Tlie Hoase Is provided with boats and all the 
■eces!*ary fixtures for hunting and fishing- and it 
one mile' from Bass Lake, which is consider«d the 
best Tishimt ground in the State— where fcoats .^re 
also provided for the nse of guests of the Hoiue. 

'i.nard by day or week at moderate rates. 

jVl4-dnm 



U R S . FURS. FURS, 

C. .T. KOVTTZ, ■ 

SLVNUFACTUUER OF FINE FLTIS, O? 

ALL DESCRIPTIOTSS ASI> KVEHY STYLE, i 

THIRD ST., Concert Hall Block, S-UJTT PAUtj 



Knir-rt^'- 



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tiOB by leaving them at our Factory, on Rob«Tt 
■ and 5th, St. Paul, sign of th« 
DAVUON h OONNOJULT, 



•treet, between 4th and 5th, St. Pau 

Kow. 

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P O L L O C R; 

f> DONALDSON AND 
O G D E N , 

China, Ol a?js & Crockorv 

PLATED WAP.K, 
CARBO^T OtL. -AJS^D LAMPS, 

TVBI.E CCTLERT. 

House Furnieiltinsr GrOO<l« 

of every description. 
ROBKBT £>TBHBT. ST. Pavl, MIbb. 



y E O N A R D & S II E 1 H E, 
BUILDERS, 

Shop In old Baptist Church Bulli? hagS on Fifth 
strei't, near Jackson. All kinds of Carpenter 
"Work done to order. 

MSIIEIRE, ARCIIIT ECT, 
• ();7:ce In the same buiUI' .ng as LeoBart* & 
Shf'ire's Carpenter Shop, on I- Iflli sirept, near 
.Jackson. D-^xigns, Plans ami Sppcifl cations r>r 
Buildings of every description, prepared on short 
notice. feblC-ly 



gotete & f alotWiS. 









A.*"' 



KNIGHT 



pLITTON HOUSE, 

MANKATO, - • •_ ■ 3IINNE.S0TJ.. 

Tills Housis Is situated near the steambo* 
landing, and Is among the largest in the Minn» 
■Ota Valley. Is 

NEW AND NEWLY FURNISHED, 

And the proprietor, from long experience li» the 
kusiness, flatters himself that ho will bo able to 
satisfy the traveling public. 

*»-CUARGES MODERATE. JDT 

M. T. C. FLOWER, Proprietor. 
Mankato. Minn., April 29th, 1802. 



ARC HIT KCT, 

Will furnish designs. Plans, Details, Sppclflcsttons 
and Estimate.-* for buildings , of every kind, got np 
in the best style for the n- iuced price of one piv 
cent on estimated cost,ar <] will, if required, su- 
perintend liie erection of the sara«, both In the 
city and ceuntrv, at equr Jly low rates. OfBce in 
French's Block, Third itroet, St. Panl, Minne- 
sota. mjS-dm 



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^T A G N E T I 
Taclc riaiMi«ior». 

If yon don't want to mash your {leg«rs,bnv onn 
for i cents, r.t E. fc H . V . BELL'S. 

Coifee is high. BnvapalPtit Cet.ee .vtmiu'T; 
It clears the coffee, and saves one thir.l. (,».-5;y 
ojconts. E. &. H. Y.MKLL. 

Patent Llflers. Will lift evervtliing liot. oti the 
Steve, without barnisis yo-ir llug.'rs. Onlv -'5 
oents! E.&.H.\.BKLL. 

Agents wanted to canvass the Stale for the 
above ftrticl"3. A s-nart man cn» mnlve big Avages. 
For particulars, address, en.dosing sfarnts, 

L, Sc H. Y. IlKLL, 
Sole Agents for Minnesota. 

Pt. P agl. .Taly llth. 1>)C.'. J>l"rl*!"!.^ 

HORACR R. HI«KI.OV,r. OLIVKR DALKYMPLE. 

BIGELOW & DALRYMPLE, 

ATTORNEYS ANDCOUNSELLORS AT I^W, 
St- raiil, :Mii\no.«sota. 

Will attend particnlarly to collectians through^ 
out the State; and, nnfUtlielr payment by the 
Government, will give especial attention to the 
« prosecution aud settlement of clairas of INDEM- 
NITY FOR SIOUX DEPREDATIONS. s%-.tm 



Keapci* aiit«l 3X0-^01*. 

II. A. PITT fcCO'S 

THIIESIIING ilAClIINES. 

We are now Boiiciting orders for the above cele 
brated machines. 

Persons in want are invited toexamiue themat 
our Ptore on Third str.'i't, r.^ wo feci coniid.nt 
our ti-rms an<l pries, as w'll u.^ the macbine:> 
themselves, wi'l In; found sati.-factorjr. 

A gi'iieml a.<sortni''Ut of Agricultural Imple- 
ments on hiiud, 

j,.-:- MCOLS&DEAN. 

^ndas mills' 
cX:lebrated xx fajsiily flour, 

For .sal'i in bbl<. or sicks by 

E. fe IT. y. Bell, near ll.e Winslow Eonse ; S 
K. Putnam, corui'r;iiiaud.Market .-^ts.; l»>>aumont 
and (iordon, corner yd and .l«ck^on Sts.; J. B. 
.■jiichter, corner of 7th and Jackson Kts. 
Wan-anted thu bevl 

X.\ FAMILY FLOUK 
offiTPd in this market. C-rd'^rs from Hotfd « 
Bak'.-rs and others shall havu prompt attention 
and immediate delivery. 
,„nrI5 .T. R. ARCllinAT.D. 

TT O R N , L U N D & ii A L U S H A , 

attor:;ey3 k cou:\:;ellor3 at l.vw, 

(Supcessors to Horn & f;:i!usha and Sanborn & 
Lund) 

S\iXT Pai-i., Mixn::;ota, 

Prnctice in all tlr> Courts of the State, and in the 

Courts of the United States, at Law, in Chanof-ry 

and in Admiralty. 

Colh'ctions carefully and pioinptly attended to 

mh J': ly 

1 fiO '^ ^' ^' ^' ^ ^ ^ 

■ Xiiu.bcre<l Laaitl 

Will be sold at such prlcj? that the tlmlier at City 
c»nts per cord wood-leave, will i)ay for the prop- 

Tile sop. is of expfllent ounlity, with water an 
ini-adfiw, and is sitnnt'-d wiiliin om- Tv.i a lisll 
hoiirs' drivo of Siiiit Pani, and within five 
miles of the Saint Paul and Pacilic R.ailroad 
at t.vodi'Ter.'it d>'p.>ts. This roa.l is now being 
consfructt'd and will be tmislipd to Anoka the 
coining f»dl. HENi;V MrKENTY. 

Dealer in ll»al Estate, 

Pf. Paul. .Tnne -fl. :^9. )..-vs ^-,'« ... -y.^ 

]RNDER'rAkj;:irS CAliX). 

Th'^ iinder>!giiPd won'ld respcctrtilly anncnnce 
that afier th!> oolicilalii.n of many frien-'s, he has 
concl'.idwl to engagi' in trie above business, and 
would therefore sav to th<> cilirens of ilinmapo- 
lis and virinltv. th.it hp wi'A bp i>rLpaied in future 
to furnish Coiflns of V»'alniit. Mptalic, Cloth cov- 
ered and Common, and all ti'.ingj required in an 
Undeitikrr's line. Havin.'? ha't .-ipvpraly.'ars'cx- 
iierienoe In the above bimi.ics" in ICasterii oiti«'s, 
111! f.-vls coirp.'tent in oiVeriug his services to tr.ke 
the putire ch.irgt' of Funeral.-, and would soiicU 
a .!iare of the patrona.^e. ^ ^ ^-^k^^ek. 

. M I nnea poli', Nov. fitli. '> ov 1 i 

y^T T H E R A N D F IN D I N G S, 

saddlery, lurdware and tools. 
XjKjvthkr B£:ltiicg. 



J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & CO. 

Having been oonstltated sole agents at St. Pa« 
for the 

LACROSSE & MILWAUKEE RAILROAD< 

AKD ALSO F«S THB 

LACROSSE & ST. PAUL STEAMEES, 

Would respectfully call your attention to the sa 
perior advantages offered bj them over any otbvf 

competing line, 

rrhronflfh Oontracts 

Will be given to aD points East. 

ALL CLAIMS FOR 

OVERCHARGES OR DAUAOSS, 

Will be settled upon presentation. 

WK HATS ALSO THR AOKSCT OF 

DAVIDSON'S LINE OF STEAMERS 

On the Minnesota and Upper MisBlssippi river i. 
The La Crosse and Milwaukee Line receive tn.l 

forward aU freight freb of WA&BBOVbS 

CU.\RORS AT 8T. PACL. 

MERCHANTS who design visiting the East! « 
Goods will please give ni a call and obtain FCi !• 

PAKTICCLAR,'*. 

J. C. &. H. C. BURBANK & CO 

St. Paul. Feb. 86. 18«tt. ftbafi-dtwly 

A/TERCHANTS' DISPATCH 
Fast Frefirlit ]L.iiie, 

OWSKU ANO 1IA;!IAGBD BT 

A.1MKRIC-AJ*- KXPRBSS CO. 

All overcharges setOod by J. CUR, C. dat* 
bank & Co.. Agents. 
New York office, IH Murray street. 
Boston office, A9 Washington street. 

mar25-dlv _______^____ 

-\r\f\ ^^^^ SUGAR HOUSE, GOl .- 
J.Vf V/ den and Ambre, a choice article, .at 
J. C. k H. C. BURBANK & Co.'* 

LAIiGE STOCK OF FINE L - 
quors and Cl^rs, which we ofi'er at prii. s 
that will insure quick sales, at 

J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & Co.V 

BBLS. ASSORTED WHIS- 

key, for sole at 
J. C. k H. V. BURBANK k Co.'b 



300 



Q/^l^ WHOLE, H^y.F AND QUAK- 
O V^ v-^ ter boxes Itaisins, crop of IbOI, at 
J. C. & 11. C. BURBANK k C o.V 

C}{\ BBLS. STUARTS BEST HO>- 

^i\J ey Syrup, a choipe article, for table u.se -X 
J. C. fc 11. C. BURBANK k Co. '?' 

TO-^ PACKAGES ASSORTK ) 

XiMlO Fruits, consisting of Plums, Pruu- -, 
Currants and Citron, all new crop, for saitt .\ 
prices to suit the times. 

J. C. * U. C. BURBANK * Co.'s 

'\Ki\ BOXES W. R. CHEESE; V 
Xxj\j prime article, at low figures, at 
J. C. fc H. C. BURBANK k Co. '- 

KC\ GRANTS PATENT FANNIN i 
%j\j Mills for sale at manufacturer's prices, t 
J. C. k H. C. BURBANK & Co.V 



YOU WILL FIND ONE OF TH.l 
largest and best selected stocks of Groc^.-. 
ies in the West, at the warehouse of 
dac i'. » J. C. & H. C. BURBANK fc Co. 

TOR INTERS' INKS. 



AH sorts, kinds, and colore, fk-om thecelebrat I 
manufactory ef J. E. Wade, New York, for sa » 
at manufacturer's prices, by _ „ 

dec U J. C.fcU.C. BURBANK fc CO. ^ 

liC%C\ BOXES ASSORTED Ti;- 

^L^yj bacco, comprising all the favorr 4 
brands, at 

J. C. fc H. C. BLTtBANK & Co.' ' 

prrw DOZEN DUBOIS BEST CAS 

OvF Steel Axes. Also 30 dozen Red Ri^ r 
Axes : also '.25 Boxes assorted Blued Tacks, U: t 
quality, at ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ nuRBANK fc Co.% 



RECEIVED ON CONSIGNMEN'i . 
4,000 PotSDs Drikd Pbaches, and 7.' » 
I'of sn- Dkikd apples, to be sold low for ca- . 
mynitf 3. C. BURBANK fc CO 

E HAVE JUST RECEIVED \. 

ga supply of Westerk 
hich we offer low for^OMh 



w 

Ch::ksk 



lara 



supply of Westerk Reser ) 

re o'ffer low for cash, 
j. O. fc H. C. BURBANK fc C'« 



J. 



H . B Y E B S , 



M.V!fCFACTUE^P. AKD D8ALBR !■ 

COPPER, SHEET IROX AND Tllf TTAXM 

OFPOaiT Jl THB BIO CLOCK, ' 

JACKflON STraiT, St.PavXv 
aovlA-dfcwlf 



Came to ravnlaceon tiiesom a.iy oi i^oremofr, , #3 O B E R T P_. L E W^ I S 

a stray Calf, red color, with white star in fore- < J^ — 

^VTv'-paTl'nVcTa^gera.ld m\rn'gt?T;!^;'^ '''"^- I ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW 
erty,pa.ing fc THOMAS THOM \S. | St. Paul, INIinnesota. 

Upper Town, Winslow's Addition, j . . , „ , „, , i. » •» 

f«t, Panl, Dec. n, l**''.i—*lccHW* ' fifflreon TJnrd-nt., Roger'! nhck,nfrtrtiie lirufj 

BARRELS 
— or — 

OARBON oir.. 

AL«0 ▲ qrARTITT OF 

CHICAGO CREAM ALE, 

VwsBloIr J.0r*K.0>BimBAJrKft<]0. 



50 



AiAO Bkakcii Aghxt of 

j "THE KATIONAL CLADI AGENCY," 

f-Of Wsshfngton,-D. C, wudu ctwHiy Harvey 

1 eoUins & Brace. .. , • ^6. 

i claims presented and prosecuted beforf t»n- 
1 gress,Ceurt of Claims and the Departme'ht* at 
' Washington Citv. Special attention paid to seen- 
! ring Soldier's Pensions, Bounties, Back 1^5^ &e. 
♦^Advice given soldiers and thelrmrads by 
i UMor or at the office, without chargo. 



TAICNEKS AND CUKKIERS, 

"^eep'oMiTtantljMonTiand the largest an'd most 
complete sfock of 

LEATHER and FINDINGS, SADDLERY 
HARDWARE and TOOLS, 

LKJITHKR BELTIN-a, ENAMEUKD 

CLOTHS ASD LEATHER, fcC, fte., fcC. 

All of which they aro now offering at prices to 
suit the times. 

PARTICrLAR ATTENTION PAID TO OBDXB8. 
4Gr<)Mh paid foe Hides and Fan..iM' 



10 MY FRIENDS & PATRON .S. 



Having engaged my services to the Messrs. ^ 
C. & H. 0. Burbank fc Co., comer Levee and S • 
ley streeu, J may be found In the W holesale G ' - 
eery Department, where it willafford me pleasn 4 
to see my old custosaere onoe more. 

We shall have a Urge and well selected sn- t 
of goods, usually kept in onr line, on hand, wh' » 
I respectluUy ask you to examine before purch. 
ihe elsewh«*B. I nope to merit for thehout- t 
portion at least of that patronage you have h^» • 
tofore^so UberaUy ^^-j^^j-r^^;^^^^,,,^ 

U-— J 1 

WILLIAM D. STOKER 

ATTORNEY AND COUWSELIX>K AT LAW 
. ST. PAUL, MIXKKSOTA. 
BBFFBBBBCBS: 

Hon. George Opdyke, • • ;/JL*J^ J?' V r 

John G. Treadwefl... ....... "AlbMr, »ew T ■ £ 

Hon. Amos Dean, L. L. D.,....AlbMiT, NewY.. ^ 

Hon. R. A. Law^. ii'^Sr^^J^A. 1 

Oeo. S. Blanohard,.... . ^ ClnelBBBU, «• • » 

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- •! :.::■_ '■■.IV. ^ . rt-./a n wiiinn 

• ;rv , >,i tljat those \v!ium- 

I .. , ..n ;:i".-i;il an hov.r or twi,. 

ut beisi;; coinjullinl to 

. inl'fS. or pxy tn.t ( :• 

-'.■.. _. . (ioOlI lU>lnl> 

I lij ;it t:.i' if: inniiijj of wii.ti r 

- .1' •' I- il:_v wiii-rt} tlicro 

'......■■ .-.J. at .-ii''Iit t'\- 

li .r .1 wor'tl c)l ;;u»nsoincut 

ti.i' nniiiiiti. 

. .- -; itetliii al^->-i:.'o "f -nr.v.-. 

?^ L;ot,; ftn;ii»l c; i •. ■ ly i!- <:!.- 

nt fli."JU'cs f.tr >■.'' : .■_. :i: d 

-.•:,:.! t' ■■ :,'! Avi..t-v ^.. ll;r. 

'_•:!■ -. tih- ^^i: :■•.• - . Ilir Ii;:s 

■ !ti..sta:;il;ni,' tliC atj- 

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T.li: in: ; r.\i'ii-i (_:i;i:<tr. — ( »n 
\Vf(in«_-sl.iy 1%. •:.;;.'.>• >■; l.i.-i v.-.t;*, ti.i-: 
('iu:rcl.ii'-^l it^ .T:.n;:..l cluciint! fl'oliif.cr-:. 
TI;!' loUowiu'r i-' ll.' 'Myain/ntltjn (>i' tl.c 
'?■•, vjii'y l')r tlif \'-i.T !-• ■ : 

; ..j-:,,,-_t:,.v. Join, i>. ;' , 

.''•..■'.,..■— \>;;..:ii ;i. i'.,^.::.' r, i m-! > I; /:?-. 

I'i-. Ivv. ll. 

;ri'-:--, — A. U. ; ...■■i;.i- r, Wni. W ;:k-;;.-:.:, <. 
j:. I;iii(!<<ii.li..I. 1.. 1 l..itiii;^oii, tiorai'i-XIiiiii; -'III, 
i>. II. Val>.-:.;iiK'. aii.l I ;i.ic !-"aiU<. 

(\ .-,". — Jtihu II. Kuiii'.u:!. 

I 'rjtiiii.^! — M!>- .l.'jiiiy Ku™._'r?<. 

Si'peru.t' . ■ ' ._' -■■Mr ,1 .-.,/■;, '_«,...-). V.'. 
IVfscott. 

J*resirl..Mf ut S'- '■ •'■■- '>.-. \V. fav/.l. 
Tbt; ."^•>i'ii'ty. v, liich l.s n.jv/ jn-t f!t- 
Teriiijjiis Iitliyt-ar, li;:viii^ ijcciiurguniziij 
Jrtnuary 1, l>."/0, Is in ;i vi ry l^'i■.ri^!(iI);;r 
aial piii.-jn-rous coniliiiun fv< !v w?.\\ 1»> - 
Jai; lortnn.'.ti' ii:'r"j'i ii>^j)u<-i->., ;i l';--tii;' 
ci4 luuloabicil :):i :y ;in.I u(;!;n:.i\v!«,-':l^:t.' 1 
utility, and a nn uuicr.'^iiin ztnil'jui iunl 
intfiii^ent. Xo bcUer evi.iiuco ol ti.e 
latter nt'i-il 1 i ; ivcn t;;afi tlut in a year ol' 
war, doubt and uni nuiiiity, tin y jmr- 
din-cd a lot and trcctjjd thcr^-on a Chapel 
:it a eu.-t vA .<?!0i''). ^il pail lor. Tl.c 
t l..'.rr!i :.; i; - i..t rnal 'k<.-orat:oa aud aji- 
]'i Intn.int is a modil ol m-.Uness and 
good ta-^te, rciltcti!:/ ;;rL'at ercdil on it.s 
dtsi;_'ner, Monroe .^l;iejv, K-sj., a yonni: 
arL-Iiitect of tbi." city. Tiio arraii}^enit*nt 
ol tbe aisles, siipj, and diolr h iiim.'n 
Ion:?, — while the plan 'of the seats, the 
jmlpit desk, tli«! harmony mI iivloron- 
.•-erved in painting the interior, and tlio 
decorations on the ceilin;,', ail combine 
to make the First Baptist Church one ol" 
the only two or thice really t;;>tefid dinrrli 
interiors our city can boast of. Xo ilirthcr 
(ll seriptioiis are neces.?ary — tlio.^.' id onr 
t itiicens wJio h.ive not visited that Churdi 
;incc it has been ihiithcd ;.nd hirnislnil, 
.shuxdd do .-o. 

Tiji; ladies' .society connecttd with the 

• •• 

( hnrch, a most nnport.ant an.\diarv, have 

recently punha.scd andjjnt down a hand- 

f-iMise carpet over the entire Hoor, costin^x 

^■^•i). 'I'lie Chnn b is warmed Avith fnr- 

nances, and lighted with ^'.as, alfo.L'ether 

rcnderini^ it a very comfortable IIous- of 

Wor.'ihip. 

The annual rentinfj of pews will take 

jdace on Friday evening next. l*erson.s 

«.lesij'inj^ to become members of tlie cor.- i 

•jregation during tl.e j>r*.'scjit year can 

i.^nrc sittings at that lime. 



"i • 
^li.-s.-s .Xla:^;ii«' 1\1< >ctinioi', l*!iiUni«'Ii'liia. 

Pi.ir Majrs'*'. the iiK'niluj; wi- j»art.»<l, 

.So teriiMy lull olt'i Mm--, 
t jiri'i;ii-c.l tli:lt ;';i> iT •'::il-lu':«rti'tl, 

I w .>.il'! « rii:' ><iii 111 ,1 It'll you til'" >H'»»»; 
Ami 111 lii>;iit I rf.ni'Ul H-r, luit ■«i>lly. 

lix" ju-ii;ui.»i' I niaili- to yi.u tln'ii. 
.\iiii, aloiii' ill \u\ tliaH"U'i'. 1 nl.iiilv 

».i».' loo-i- t«> my ^<>>*i|il'iuK ln-ii. 

\oii lvii'>A. '.'■.»■ <'''"■ "^l '.%'-. vM- iiri'tlictoi!. 

Ho!'..!-.' < I.".! ll ..i 1> u ii> l.i^i lull, 
Thu VI' -iiJulil 111', 111 1 wiiiiiT, ulllioti^J 

\\ ill \ ory Uii'.l tiui.'> in Saint I'uul. 
i':.;,t ImIIp, panii'>. Ifi: lirt'!t ui.il i-ulling, 

\i uui>i »t> U'W b.-, ;il ll m> far Ij.tWv'i'li, 
r;i It ill.lliK'>s woiilJ ;. iivo i|uiii' u|>i>ultiiiir, 

.\lu\ li:tU'ot'ii- ail' « la tlu' sjiUfU. 

Viu -vaici'ly iiaii l^'l'i ii«. luiwi'«i'r, 
\t Ik'u till' (uii r» I inapturi'tl us u!I, 

iiv aillluUIKUlj; flica ll 'Ws as WiT*- lICVlT 

I .\i'i'i-.i-.l i:: ijiii. I Milt I'aul. 
I '...,,-,■ ;-, I..; I'k :li ' luiii.iai; 

Aim ,1. •-■».-. jj.i.'.u. "lull Wi' WiT.' ill .ir 
Jliat I'ni).' ami la- ■^Mil' wn- ail coiiiiii!;, 

lii 1 ;l.iliu.-li l!iv..- !u I't.iuarii'M In ■•• 1 

; li.r,' »vi I.' L. U; , aii>l I.'ittii-. ami U.tt.> . 
\i.il I.\.i. itiii) Aatia iiii'l >■ il. 

1... ... ; .ni.' >i'.i ..i.>i>> i^ •■:!! It'll iirflt.i , 

I .......i;:i i .1 11 !>>ri.' 1 ii.'. > 1 I'oiiKl trtl. 

1.. '>.■ -It:, -; r i- ivi~;. nut yiaitlit'ii',, 

\.:\\\ I't y l.w piaii ) aii'i ^illg ; 
I-i iiMiic:, ami .xuiK'li't, :.u<l truthdil, 
liiil 1 r.i'.'ii' iiii'. .-lie 1 au\ know U lliill;;. 

; .;■ ,I;i' i;.. II ar.' .-ucli l.'ir iili- oroatui.-i, 
111..;, ll. ; ..-.• iin'Kl; i j;i.t'', tUfy jirolir 

.siv.all Li'.iivii'- :u.(i r. .ni .ir li-.i'.iin'^, 
villi .to tU.'y all run alU'r l.i r. 

1 .■ ritMuiV.iui tliii maai.il ilii;ri'>- ion. 
;.- \v iiom >o I \ory wt'll kuuw 

i> > 1.. . :• t'l ^. e wliit ij;!i>ri'?>ioii 

i . ;. v.>j,:ai UKiI.i' ou :liis ucw kiiulot' U'ail. 

rUoy !i;i,l I'luUl.il ail. I i irtiii with laiH'iiue, 

'.'■ 1 tioviT ooulil Uriu ,' him to t<'rin> ; 
1...'.. a.i.l tortuii' 1 aioi tuiituli^i-U liraji.'\iiii', 

■ 1 ;U 111' will •.! ll ■ w. s loo.l t'.)r t!u' worin*: 
lii ■> h.iu >.iiii'. -.1 mi.ia luili-x, lUo SOOT. 

' i ill hi" It-ll liatl nioaiti'U to ilfriik' 
I'u.ita I'rioi- f:'}::iK""'''"S '* "" ''•"" 

ll. s.iit al'uT sail lor u I'li.! . 

i, . ;' I h. rat.'- -"U « 'ril-i liny had li>ti'lK'.l, 
1... Ill''; toiinil it Will lum-i'ii.-'i', or »t>r-o. 
Villi ;in l i.T lioM !> 'ail I'li y li;ul christi'iicil 

.'auMi' iii :■■ .ir.'ii .a .1 [i:\vx •; 
A r ■-,• tlii'>M I'lali'tnoii'il to {jaiiior, 

fit. i.i till' !>uiU \>liit.'h t!ii' Siuiiniit ailoni, 

; l.i ii.iuul it. -o ;; — ip rua-i." ratli.-r 

i.. -■ 1. 1 a r !-■' tli.iii a liorn. 

\ -t V iiti .ill t'.iii vaiiou'i ninniia;^t', 

io." lovi'i.s at I'Vi- ami at morn, 
i ' . ^^■•^l.' roaiiy wit'.i i>i>or .Mr>.l"iiiiunnig^. 

1.1 i'.M.luiiii ••«.' .ir.' 1. ai'ly aiiii lorn," 
r..i; Ti ' ii.iia;j 1 -, .«l»i ot'. iii^iiirc tluni, 

1 11 ;n..'iui-.' lur aiii^tlii i' fampaijiu, 
1.1 uii.c.i i'\.'i_. L.-au -!i >i:lil alinin' tli -ui, 

A;..i :ill' ,'ia;ui' -\m'.'.! to tl.i tr rvigii. 

\Vi II, ilii'v caiiic witli llii.'ir sjiiirs aini tin!'. 
J -ll -.'''. 

1 . .:'<'.■. • .' la 1 ;iiu!i':t.'i fitli', 
s ■;;it' la ll. i- .'., »oii..-, ll J.ily, ahijli', 

I'.it' l.iltiT, 1 I'.iiiik, 111 lul.iTCU niiif; 
Tlii'i-i- was » Lil. Moutcaiiii, a tiiio Mlow, 

Ai i'\ .'1 a w.ii--..iMI.' -ai, 
Aui * .:. !".....;. W. .-..111. .viiat yt'llow, 

l;i',: i'.\.c. 1 .i.i.-'i> I'i.' ior a' iliai. 

i;. r.' wa- taj.t. Allsi'ii f. with >ui'h gUaci'^. 

1 ...it ail ft' 111 \ oli'il it trai'. 
liiat it ho v.oultl u-e th in a- lanoi"4, 

rii'' rt»l»i'ls lor pi'aco mouM iiooii »ue: 
T!it'rt.' wa- al.-oa \ o-.;iig < '.iiii. rojipr, 

<jiiifi' -'.Vi'i'! , i; jt lio •••> i.>ii aitU itu.-lU, 
Yft Iiaudy, w.ii- a -'ili-vi atli-ar»' sKij.py, 

1\. cr:-;. a Ijar.I.'ii-i.ii.i' -haul. 

Di)>-bfau.\. air tl.ofa-.hlaii wi'h many. 

llii\M'V.'i'ia>lj)ii.l and lann', 
U.;t t'lr 111 '. 1 ilon't car. a pcaiiy 

I'or all ■^.icli liiiiiia.iti. <• yiiai'. 
i.riiii ;i;.:.; '- it.' .ilu.i;'- taihi'altliy, 

.■\ iij .-ucU 1 ,-.;-;.' I't lii_\> to f"», 
'i'liK'.i};!! l'i'".t; .iiul win . ati'l wtaitliy. 

llii-y u;.. nor, Ji.ii;, • 'he niutiiiiii for nie." 

llr.t as^iiii, tli'-i' was l,i lit. I.acy, 

Ai.lra--<at •i,;rt'<,ab!i» man, 
(i''ni'roii> an I ;; 'iiial, g. ilaut ami raiy. 

Ami ill i. ill,;,' a beaiititul ."[miu ; 
t >'.i : Ma;. , how wo girli iitj iiuinf in rf, 

Til iihTaiii tlif lir-t dr \t'. ti-trtt U'tf, 
An I 'iwa- r 'Ck'jni-'.l a ^I'liinliil chef Wa-uvn:, 

io wiiH' s* t'ae j-iiaii it ont-'sKat". 

lliiri-'-aiiothor -woi-t Mapr;?i'\ my ilcar.'-t, 

l; It I cannot di'-i-rihi' him just yot, 
Il"> ou'il V, ait I ill my ii' tt not.' apiK'art.'.-t, 

I'rl ,'_'ivc you a ski't 'Ii i 1 iny p't : 
1 ill tli'-n, darlii!,;; 31a;ri:ii', rt'tt duly, 

( "titi'iit. and I'll C'Vi'i r.'inain, 
Voar- l.)vin','Iy. I'.iithl'ul \ , truly, 

A.;"i-!ioiiati'iy, Ki.i;.\M>i: .l.k>K. 

1*. s. ihal aliMo-i n.iji tvn<'d. 

To ask you coiiciTiiii p fhosc rvat. 
I'relty boiinit- you wrt'ti' you in<iM-otcd, 

.\ I'.'W days a^o ' Ar. thi'V swt-ot ? 
If thi'y'ri' ]i"rfi'i;lly .-^pli ndid, I'llorJiT 

111!" - "<: nil' at onci' ly I'xprcss, 
For I kimn- no moni frightful dUordt-r, 

Tiian a bi'mii.t to old for one's droi.s, 

iMilii and .Map, if yoa 11 "o far bt'frii-nd tni'. 

I w i-h you uotiid \>\c : out .toim- lovts 
< > ■ roUar- aiiil Inci--, an I ii -i.d nn-, 

Witti ad'>7i'n or -i. ..'kid .■,'liiv("' ; 
Yon St' • ila;.', 1 \x-- tin'. a jio'.v, d-i\ ing, 

A.id -oini'ii'iw my gli.Vi'- do not ui»af 
ViTv loni; for he's nlvvuyn conf riving. 

To -nui'i'zt; my — well now, I declurc. 

» » ♦ « ♦ ^ 

niockudo Broalccm. 

— Private lettcr.s received in Washin;^- 
ton Iruni London say : 

"I he newli=t of IhjcKudt Ireakcr.t, as 
wi- call thcni here, comprises the Jastilia, 
.hu.o, Fortli, Wave. Queen, C'alvpto,' 
iioyal Ibid-e. Aloinci, Douro, Deenbigh, 
i' lura and lieacon — nil steatner.s but the 
l.:-t named, owned by ;Mr. Lind.sar. The 
t'jllowin;;- saili-ii; ve.s.sds cleared from 
Liwrpool bctorc the l'>4th of November 
List, viz: I'ecp 0'l)ay, Mary, Frances, 
I Laranie, I^lonmontli, Digby, Intrinsic, 
Queen Ab, llsk and Severn. There an* 
now .at seaalloat Ibrtv bloek.a(h' breakers 
tlint have been lilt..d out and loaded in 
British ports. 

"Lar-e ([.lantities of rebel bonds have 
been .sold in I.,ondon at five shillitiffs per 
jionml. These bond.s an; secured on cot- 
ton at 7 ceut.s per ])ound. The bonds 
have been mostly taken by merchants and 
manula -turers, and the rebels have al- 
ready raised the sum of i;7;>0,00<>, which 
account.s lor tlieir ability to purchase so 
many .steamers. Lat<r letters also con- 
tain the followinj,': 8ix more blockade 
lo-eakers have been b')u^ht by the rebels. 
Th se vessels are laden with arms, pow- 
der, clothes, shoes, medicines, and all do- 
laestic things now m eded in the South. 
Th^- Sumter was sold on the .Sth, but the 
sale has b<.'en broken " 



S 



A T K K .S 



j-o 

The Northwest. 

m,"a17!rf.i'Vl""ri •^'""■" «-'""P"»<"l"iitirclv of 
n ta ard fa,t..4ud by a ^. r.-w and clanip... which 
atha-h It hrmly to U„. Dot, without tL u.'...of 

OIULI. SKA I k now 1, uio. I'rI.us accortliu» 
t ' lU'lnlxr ot boot, viz: »».wuiu»u„ 

.^izt' ol b.)ot-0. 1.2 *., ,,, 

'•" «o .J, ■«, ,1, ( ^^ 

•'' "" ■.«,«,«• :4S) 

( )i, rt'c.ipt of «bov.. pri.;p, stating sIm of l^jot, 
.Skates will bj tonvtrdpl by express, fre« of 

«•''••"■*;" OKU. K. .scovilLe, 

jaulJ-Jt 45U Sute St.. Chicago, 111. 



THE BAlIlsT PAUL PRESS, TUESDAY, JA:SUAKt \b, l^tih, 






Logialatiiro of Minnesota. 

l-' I !•' X II eJ 10 H >< I « > X . 



Cit Ui!;n:v.lToni.&a. yg^mm.^uaifi. '» lcn<rthy, but dear, lej^al armnnont in ' 
favor of its con^■lItut1onaIi^v as a war ! 



jii:xATr,. 

.■-.VINT t*.\i'i ,.laniiaiy i'.'. 
Thi'.s.'nari' met at 11 o'clock, ami wa* t-alhul to 
ordiTliy thi' I'ri'.Kiili'iit. 
l'rayi.-rby thv Cliaplaiii, Uuv..!. O. Itn li. 

.Mint 1. iir nil. I.-. 

I'.y .Mr. M.-cl.l i;i:— lo K'-nii a l<rn thart.r 
tu-i'o.-^ the .Vliitsiiiiippi Uivor al itfd >Viii.", to 
kraufit 1\»'3. 

l;y .Mr. t»l i MAN— rt> donat.- to thf stvi-ral 
c.niiilii- lit tl:i- ."-lati- tin' diliiLiiU'iit taxo- ttr 
lilt' yi-ars iN'i.i, 'j7 ami '0.'<, to bf t'.\p«'iidi'il wlu-ii 
t'olli'i'ti-tl iu till' I'ou-truoiiiiu ol roads and oridj^i's 
tli'^rcm. 

IN rKMotrrioN or hm.i.i.-'. 

Ity Mr. ll:\IM.— \ bill to annad tb- a-"! of 
Mai-i'li !l, l.»<:.', ill nlaiioii to tin' rnniuiilii'ii »a 
laud -old lor l;i.\«'>, so far a.- it ri'l.H.'s to l" louii- 
ty I'f K.ini-.'.\ . iCi-ad tin' ;ir-l, >.'>'on,l and tliird 
tinii -, and u fiTrid '.o a .-' ii'il niniiiiiltf.' id' li-i', 
witii i.i-ii luTioii- i.> r.'i'Oi't 1. II' .-anil' Imfk lo-dav. 

Ihi'Caair nppomt.'il .Mcs-r.-. Miiiiii, Uauii-l-, 
L*ailfy, Irviiu- aiul lUiu* us .smU t.-i>:uiuittc<\ 

I'tN \1. .VlMtU l:N'>lhN '. 

rii.' coiicarr.'iit ri"«oliilit'ii ofAlr. Ilaldwin for a 
f'.nal a'ljoaniiiiriii oi tl.f l.i'!.'i>l ituir oil lin-^tli 
ul 1 \.'t>raar>, I'aiuc up in its ii.tifi'. 

.>lr. l>.\.NIhl..s iiio\>'tl to l.i> Iho ra.-olutioii on 
tlic talil.'. lo-l— .i\«'- -. nay-'.'. 

fill.' it.'M)!atiuti «ai ll'.iii lt»l — ayi's ,', us} < tf. 

r.;v i>v or:'ii i;;;-.. 

Till' ri'so'iitioii of Jlr. .sco iu n-lation to tic pay 
of |>t!it'|'r^ of till- .si'ir.iti', Mhi-li \\a.s laUl O'.v.*;' on 
l-'riilai , I'ann' iiji in its ord.'r. 

ill' r«'.-oai:ioii'< ti.M's liii' /><■*' (.'(.'.'I of (111- .s. iTi'- 
I'lry at »i\ dollar.- pir it;i> , aiit! Ihf iitlii'r oHirvr;. 
al thr-'i- il.»!r.ir>, .iiiii iir.it im' ---icrft.iry .iliali ul-i» 



ABsTUAt fs UF TIIK MK.s'.sAtil'.S (dTlli: 

«,()vr.i;xoKs or (»iin», M':u' vokk, 

ILLINOIS, I'K.NNSYLVAXIA. 




2Ei*5ia1iauC'OU;5* 



mea.M,re; but dwdl.s cbielly upon ij-V ^j^ux DKl'ilKDATIONS. 
dieet as a ^.^ri-at, miM al and nghteons ad- f^^ 



»iti\ i:i:xoi: toi> or ouio. 



mission to the progress of the age in re- I llldciniiity Cail be liad 

n.rum nnil liniii'iiiit' lie dwells -it b.iiotli 1 ^St-ps tno boins takenby t!H> Covi'muKnt to 
ligion anu numanii.. . in uueiis at iuij;tu j p,.j.i,„„ v.iiohav,' suil'i-rfd b.-s in proptTty.s 

Th.MiU'ssat'eof liovernorTod of Oliii), ' upon thc^ "ivat l»e!:ellt accruiii'' to the ; <'"',«->-t''ni of -uch los^, by tjio lato .sioux Indian 

'' . . Ill- I •iii'irtak, Willi till' vit'w of adja^flnJJ the ^aIne. 

is a verv brief and business (bK-ttnient. material interests ol tiie .'^oiiliurn . Elates i 'i;.i' uiidt'rsiini'ilb;ivi' ail tbi- iiori's.sarv forms, and 



, ., . , IIII' ' Jkri* po.-si'.sst'd ol suiti'rior advantage.s for haviiis 

by thi.s j^reat measun'. Imleed, his en- j „,(.;„ ,.1^1,,,, aiiow.-a .„„i M-ttit'd in tin- shortest 
tire remnrk.s upon '• our country,"' in the j )-'.-l^'" t'>.i';,an l •.vilUdv 8p.;.cial atteutlon. to 



ll i;ives an uiii|iialined support to the 

Federal Administration, and in the matter v..v ..u,i..«.. ..j,.^.. i^... ,.,^,...i._. , •■« "-v- 1 „u,.im. .,,.,. j,..,-.,.,| j„ ,|„.ir •,a,'„|< 

ol the arre.>-t of citizens of ( )lii«i, by the | presei.l crisi.s, present a slatesman-like ."^MI I'll ."t GIL.MAX, Att rnoys 

mililarv iiullioritics, l.oids the loUowin;^ ! soliilion of our dlliicuUies — a p.dicv and ' — '_:_ — ' 

' ~J> O V yi D 



the only policy by which it can be saved 
from the daii^ers that biset her. 



liOV. (I ttllN Oi' PKXX.SYLVAM.l, 



lani^uaj^e : 

" Sincerely bdieviiijj that the Tresident 
and those who surround him have acted 
soldv with a vl'jw of re,-lt;riii'i pea 'c and • 1 • 

hariilimy to our di.-lra.tid (Joveriimen'. I " «' '">'' '=' "'>'• Lste;n e.\<i:an;^es the 
and to all its citi/eii.--, wliether Ni ith ». i- ' an:u'.\ed brief abstract o! the nu'dsa;^e ol 
."soiitb, I l:av«' ]>ri>mptly rendered them a'l j Ciovernor Curtin : 
the aid ill my power, dieerhillv and dill- ; 

-eiitlv. 'Williont llelin-a.id niaiiir.'.stie;; ' ^ J1M.ai.i:i.:iiia, .I.m. 7.— I he nessage 
such ii M irit, tb.- power oi onr mvat Stat.-. ; '^^ <'«'N<nu.r Ciirim is aimo.st exdu- r.i ly 
iii.rnshin-the rebellion, would have been \ <h'Voled to .^!:;teal.:ius. neree..im.:e:n!s 
wa-led :;nd frillored aw.ay. This .-piiii j eompeii.-.-Uion to lliose who sullered by 
and determinatiini led nie most dna-viully ! ^. ", i. ''•";• , ... 

It) aii|nii's( e i:i tlie SI vi ral orders o( tbe 
President deiiyini^ certain pri\ ileges liere- 
l.iliire enjoM'd by the jieojile, ami still 
bi;ilily i»ri/.ed by ;ill. 1 allude partis u- 
larly to the temporary modified suspen- 
.-ion of the writ oi /inhfa.i ri.ij»tis, ami llio 
order for the arrest ol citi:!ens truiltv of 



bi- allowi'il ihr.'i' dollars joi- liay !».- iiuiMuj; tin- | interferiii:^ With eiili tments r.i'd the ordt v 
r.'i'orii- oitii.ji.arii.il, of lii.'.xiiaif. -^'-'iu'>!- ] |or the exeenlion of tla; 'Jralt. and llieir 



Meeessilv. .>;tt'rn neeessilv. will 



lioi'-i' or Ki:i'Ri>i:xTATivr.s. 

■fho llou-o was i-a!Ii'<l tu lUili'r ai r. «i'.' 
I'rayiT by tlw t'liapUiii!. 

sr.WDINt. « tniMII r!.l.s. 



i trial. 

Ibis nec<'-- 
sity. in the al'MMice of ."state le«rislatioii. it 
is known to all who riad. liid tusoine e\- 
tciit I'.Ni-t in oiirSt:".te ; ami the indlvitlual 
who will complain of tin- e.\ec;i!!on of 
the-.' ortbrs. uniler ti.e elrcumstauce.s 
attendiii;^ them, would cmnjdain oi tin' 
neighbor wiio shouM break open his nian- 
sio:i, wiiin on Ire, to s:'.ve bis diihl Irom 
perishin^r in the ll imes. For the honoi- 
id our .^t:ite, it siionld \w. made known 
that but eleven such arrests Lave been 
I made within onr borders, as jar v.-* known 
; to nil'. »>f tlie-e, three per.-tms wt re 
n-moved from tlie Stati', lour were con- 
lined for a short time at ( amp Maiislidd, 
and till' rcmainin" Ibnr r.r Camn Chase. 



temporarv cunnneiuent before hearing or 

•VI'iTi itiN Hi' 1:1 l.:.s. ..».-. 

.^Ir. MI Li.l'.lt.fi'om :hi' toiaiailli'i'iii wlinin was • » i . 1 1 

ri'lV'rii'dth.'.-iibj'it if ptTiiiamni nil.'- i.,r th.' alone toler.ite sii.-h orders. 
(;ov.'riiiii<'nt id the .~»i':iat.', iianti' u r<'j><>rt siib- 
staii'ialiv ailoptiiij; t'.ie rub'.- of tbo la-t ."-I'liati' a.'^ 
till' n.b'* tor ilii't'oxfrntui'iit i f tiie Si'iialf I'ortlio 
eu-uiii;; >«•— ion. 

I'lU' ri'lmr! was ad ip.'t.t. 

Mr. f.Al.liVt IX,iioiiith.'joi:iti4cl<>oteoie!niii<>o 
low horn w.i- r.'f.'rrt d 111" i-iJji'.tof prrii' iiii'iii 
jiiiil ri'lt'S tor tlio ■rovoinr.iiui ol tin' two ll'm-''^" 
in Joint c iiiM iitioii, inadi' a lepoi'l -ub?taiiti.iliy 
ailopim;; tin- rule- of 1-^iJ. 

■fill' rt'port was ;.d.>| t 'd. 

f hi' Swiiatv thi'u a''ji".irued. 



Thi' .s r 1 ; V K Kit annoanc.'d th.> folhiwintf stam! 

inv' ' oniniiitt'.'- : 1 » n . ■ 1 • i- 1 1 

WiKii ,:,i,i ifr ;a«— .Mi'-'^r*. fhaihiT, Mnrroy, I All tiiose eoiiiiiud wiiliiii lue .N;;ite, lia\i 

(lo-w'ill, \Vi-w.'il ami \. '..mail. ' ] b ell .-et at liberty. All the :'jTe.-ls. -i 



■/(/'/.' inr<; — >i.'s-r«. Taylor, llri.<>l>!n, liases. Itui- 



»#l*l» HI I f4 11. ■--!-. 1 Ut IVI ,111 l.Tiriil, Il,|-t -. K*lll- , g* 1 l-l 11". 

ler ami Caiiii b'll. f"" "'* » 'i"> ailvised. Were in:vle by virtiM- 

/: '.'/rixc/-— M''--r«. W.iit. Mai"-, WomlUir... . of orders from the War DepaMment. and 
Y.y.nian Ki.M.'r.T;.>l.n-ai.d Uidk.r. j !,„. t.vo upon Mv reeommem'i.U ion. 

t iti'u /.■'iKi- — .iii'-i.-rs.t nrlii'r, \» I- wi'il, ^» tioti, 1 i ■ 

rornant and llaml 'iM'ti. | "I'rom the knowledge 1 h;'ve, as to 

i'.7,n;: /.'Wo/e',i.t— .Mc-srs ranip!«'II.Kii-hard- | i]^^. ^.■J^^^..^ of' arrest, I belii've the action 
son. Ilaniii'rsoii, li'imant iin.I .dc».i.''.b. • .1 n , » 11 ,.• 

A''i''(.--<r;o,-.->U's-rs. Wakoil.lil.i:a.'ll,fl;aih.'r, .( "• tl'i' I >epartnieiit was basi d upon sniU- 
Mottraih and .^liicbi'l!. < ci"'!!t grounds. I li;it this t Xfi-eisi' ot 

w:^:b;;nLVuUH;H:;/::;;Tu:;:rN^. '""""• "'■ • ( ■••ilitan- l-^ver was ..ecessan to enabh' 
Mi'it.irii .;>.m'c.«— Mi'>-r>, llati-. AVyr.iii.'ld. I the several Stale aiitlioi-ities to raise their 

I5iiib-r, .>-.'.".inil .•«pia-u '. ■ ) quota tdtrooi.-, I Lave no doubt wliati-vrr: 

/;i.'ii/-u..ri..'» ■,/•— M. --r-. A\ eo..t:ij-.r KirliarJ- i; * , , ,.' . , , ,, 

joa.iainpb.'!L lla.'> aid nilT..:i. ' | il'>d -) _i-el e\ in.LT. 1 inu-t < iit'crlnlly :n>- 

/•/•i.'.^'.i',— -Mos'.rs'. alitcht il, yly, < luejibi-rlin j pi't.>vtd it. It is th.c duty <if all good cill- 

'";'S-M..<<r.. II. \Vulk..r,Kidil.r. luilM^r. h'"'"' t" ^'•'"■"^ <>» any a::id all s:ieriliees 
llu.-v ami Waiti'. • iiecessarv to maintain the (lovernmcnt ; 

. ^'"i': /'•.■■.'"-Ml— ri. A"-tin. Murray, t haS- .j,„[ the" hkmi ula. will eomiilain of the 
lant, Kicliard-oii an.i .Vsa u iik.r. . , , ,.'.,, 

/..'."ii.l.'r.M'r.--— M-.&rs. rortor. i:i'ii!li'y,l>avi«, ae'^* relerreil to, V. lien his neigi..ior on 
Murray and \Vaki'ia'!i'.. ' either side of him h:'.s given up forever 

Y':Z::[CKi:^^:L!C:Z:::li: ^""*^*-"--- | h-s damng s..n. sh.mi.l be frowm.d upo:i 

Auri-iiltun <t,i.l .l/,iaK/iit'/«;'t»— Mer.<i».Wood, j Ifvall gotid men. (lod granlthai luiiher, 
BulttTsandltamer. " { aijain, inav ever be called unon to make 

Mt-!«rs. llan.bTon, Ituitt'rs aii.l ( half.int. 
/{(O/.'-. — ali''^'*rs. sniitb, liui'il aixl .Monllon. 



/■.Irrlloiis — -Me>-r-. Uutii'r, Uri-biu aii.l .\sa 
Walk.'r. 
('"wmcrc't'— Mc;-rs. n.'uiI.'N, Kii'd.T ami I'lir- 

bi>r. 



aijam, may ever 
th.! sau'iliee ! " 



J^mi^ratioH — MfsT-i. Da\ i-. Murray and IJut- 



«;o\ , >i:Y.\iori: ok mav youk. 
The message of Gov. Seymour enume- 
rates the same peculiar political ^iews .vet 



ler. 

I'lililu- j:iiildinij.< — Mi-.'sru. Mouitoli, !>l!-biii 
auil Hilton. 

J,''ile.^ tiH'l Jiunt iUtU's — Mes-rs. >Ictira:Ii. Vi'i-- 
wt'll and .Smith. 

J.iortirii — Mi'--r-. Ilainof, Ilri-bin and Hilton. 

^'i'n\^(tllll J/i.'K ruli — .M.'ssr-. Cro;v,ei', I'ort.T 
and fliacht'r. 

Hiiiirosiiiifnt — Messrs. ^V'oodiuiV, ilu 'y anJ 
ISacou. 

KiiroUinciit — Mi's.srs.Sprajrin', Ituoliand .smilli. 

xori. 1:-, p::Tinoxs, in . 

Mr. II.VYKS i>r iiti-d a prtitioii r.f oni> Ir.in- 

tlri'd ami liiity-niin' fi'i/'iis, i'or t'.ii- r''-f'-iabii-!i- 
an'iit of tilt' otlipf of s,ip.'riutin.|i>iit of I'lddliT 
In- :iuv.'tioii. IJ.'b'rrt'd to Cotiinitt-'e on Kduea- 
lioii. 

.V!r. IIIAl IIFK f;iv.' aotico of :i bill for the 
I'olli-ition ol all iwrMdiil prop.'ity laxi'- by Iowa 
fr.'a-'irt'is. 

r.v yiv. ItKlsl'.IN'. .if nnntiicntliii.^tit toeliaptiT 
n id'llii' ('onipile.l statute-, eiititifd rioi'e.'dings 
supiili'iiificary to Kdiicalion. 

Al-o. a bill Io aiiii'iid -ifoiioii ."i.VJ of thapier 06 
of till.' < oni|'ili'il .-"iatufi'-'. 

Al-o a bill to r. .juiri' I'orforat ion's aiel j.iinf 
-itofic coiiip..i.ii'i anil a-soiiati..ns of ind!\ iduals 
doin.; ba^iii's- Aiildn tlio suif to tilf in tli.' 
otlioi' of Si'i r.'tary of Stat.', tin- a-'l of liu'or;>ora- 
tioii iiiiiliT wliii'li tlii'y a-siiiiii' to iH I»u.-iiit'.--. 

Al-o, a bill to providi' iiir Itn' .li-.harir" t'f pro- 
pertv sii/.'d by lie' i>rooi.'ss of a:iat.'hni..'nt a;;aiar.t 
uon-rt'-iti'iit-.' 

Al-o, A bai to ;d!o'.v courts to inip.-i-'" tornn 
of condiiion of answt'rinj; where ajipeals have 
bi.'1'n niadi' to thf .sniiii'ini' foait. 

Al-o. A bill aiiii'iidatorv to tbo Act of isr.l, 
dflining liii' rij;ht of liiirtifs i.> bo witiii'ss.'< in 
'-•■•rtali: ca-fs afjain-t the repr.'M'iitat'.ves of d.'- 
ct-a-ftl jii'r-oii'i. 

AI-o, .\ bill for an act re<|uini'.;; tliepiililteation 
ofboiic-i anil p:ipt'rs iit"ces-ary i 1 coiniii.im'e or 
deli'iid actions iu court- of jiisii. •. 

Al-o, A bill ti p.iividi' for thi- publicalion of 
iud;.'in"nts by .! 'Ii-iubint- in actions uppi'ab'd 
from .J'lstic.'-t' to iJistrict Court-. 

mi.I.s VNI. ME-MOKI.VI.S i.\Ti:oi>r<:KD. 

Mr. I'oJM KIJ in'ro.liu'i'd a tufniorial to Ooii- 
(jr"sH for thi' removal <if tho Winnobatro Indian-. 
vr.iich wa- ri'a.l a I'l-^t time and ri'I'i-rri'd to Ihc 
Coiniiiitti-" on lieliaii Allairs. 

-Mr. ( .\Mi'ltKLL iiilroibi.ctl a iin-niorial to 
C.iu.^rri'-.- fir till' pi--a,!ji' of a bankrinnpl l.'.w , 
whifli w:'s ri'ial a lir-t tiiiii' and refi'm-d 10 
.Vli'-.-rs. t'aiupbi'll, .Murray ami llatler. 
..'oiN r 1:1 i.i-.s. 

Till' joint .■oinnii'.li'f on ,loiat Ilnb's, roporti'd 
ill favor of u.iop'.in:; ili.- reli's nn found in tti>' 
minuil of l>i'i'.', witii an auiondnicnt to ude I, 
wiiicli was adopti'il. 

A motion ^va- adopti.'d to print lOOroplesof 
fit' Lt'^i-lative .Mann. I. 

.FOIST <'.>>imittk;:. 

Th ' IIou-i> a.lo'.iii'.i a rt'solaron t.i notify tlin 
Si>nati> taat tlio li. nisi? would lai-ft t at body at 
V: o'.:lo<'k, Tui'-day, for th'* jmrposc- of elccliu.;,' a 
Uiiiii'd Stat.'.- Senator. 

Th-J tlou-si: liieil udj.iurin.'d. 



— In the House of Kepresentative.^-, on 
Tuesday last, that body re.'-umed the con- 
sideration of the bill to annul and abro- 
gate all treaties with certain .Slou.x Indians 
of Minnesota, ami to relieve tin; Milfeiers 
by the kite dejiredalions. It ajipropiiatC'i 
one million ami a h:dl dollars out of, and 
thus e.xtinguishcs, the trust fund of these 
Indians. For the purpose of ascerlainin" 
the amounts to persons entitled to imm;.- 
nity, three commissioners are to be at - 
pointed to entertain and hear complaints, 
iS:c. A reserve of lOO acres is to be set 
apart for each ol those Indians wlio ex- 
erted themselves to stay tii<; mas.sa.rcs. 
They are also to receive JyioO eaeh, their 
lands are to be stocked, and ihey arc to 
be provided with agricultural implements. 
I'poii taking the vote on the passage of 
the bill, no (pioniin voted. Th«! vote 
stood r»l again.-t lo. After a call of the 
House, the bill was passed by vote of 7.*< 



agnmst 17, 



In Jai Crcise, AVis., oa .Saturday evonin;.'. .Ian- 
nary 10th, Mr. Ili;i!M.\x .1. 15. .Mu.i.i;i;, ai,'<'d .» 
ye-ars. Mr. Mill.T was one of the Ilrst settlors of 
La C'ro^s.'. 



JJ E N R Y M c K F: X T Y , 

PE.VLEtt IV 

IIEA.I:. ESTATE, 

.SAINT PAUL, MINNESOTA. 
*-"*-WllI also locate Ijind Warrants and hoII 
Ko». Lstute ou Coiuiuisaion. Jan«^U&w]y 



forth in his speeches during the late can- 
I vass, on the suspension ol the linlnas i-ur- 
pu.-t. military arie-is <d disloyal <ilizens 
of New York, and other rendered topics. 
The following from his inaugural contains 
a just and signiilt-ant trilnile to tlie patri- 
otism of his late politit'al oppum-nts : 

•* This occasion, f.Ilow-citi/ciis, when 
o!iici;'.l power i.- St emirteoiis'y tr.iiis- 
lerred from the hands of cnie jiolitieal or- 
gani.-^ation to tliosc ol anotln'r, hohling 
op|Mi.-ite si'iitinents up.m piiblie :!n;iirs 
— is not oiiiya strikin^i exemplillcalion oi 
the spirit of our institntions, but highly 
honorable to the minority party. II;id our 
misguii'.ed fellow-citizens of the Sunlli 
acted as tile minority of our own .State (a 
minority but little iiilerior in numbers to 
the majority) are now acting in this sur- 
render ol power, the natijii wonid not 
now be involv.-fi in civil war." [-Vp- 
plause.] 

In concluding his message, flov. Sey- 
mour s:iys that the condition of onrcoiin- 
t 'y is not hopeless, unless it is made so 
by passions and prejudices which are in- 
consistent with the government of a great 
e >untry, and adds : 

*' U'e must acce])t the condition of 
allairs as they .stand. At this moment 
the fortunes of our country are influenced 
by the result of battles. Our armies in 
the field must be supported ; all constitu- 
tional dcmamls of onr general govern- 
nnnit must promjitly be resjionded to : 
under ro circumstances can the ilivisimi 
of the I'nion be conceded; we will put 
forth every exertion of j)Ower, we will 
use evi ry policy of coiiciiiation, we will 
hold out every inducement to the people 
of the .South to return to their al!egianee, 
consistent with honor, we will guarantee 
tliem every right, every consideration de- 
manded by the Constitution and iiy tliat 
Iraternal regard which must prevail in a 
common ctmntry, but we can never volun- 
tarily consent to the breaking up of the 
t'nion of these States or the destruction 
of the Constitution."' 

(iOV. Y.\Ti:.s, or ILLINOIS. 

This document is fifteen oolums long. 
He states the debt of Illinois to bc.$12,- 
.".'J7,.'}i''<l. The proportion assi;.pied Illi- 
nois of the .•5:>(),0n(l,0(>0 direct ta.x was 
!$l,21(),;V)l.;;:;. TMs has been adjusted 
by the United .States, crediting the State 
for advances made by lier iu sundry di • 
rections. with ^1)74,008.77. Gov. Yates 
has put into the field l.'l.'i.OOO men, at- 
tending with; great promtr.ess and fidelity 
to their various wants. 

The necessity of tleepening the Illinois 
and Michigan canal, and of enlarging tl.e 
Fastern canals ot the country, is tersely 
dwelt upon. The improvement ot the 
Illinois and Michigan eaiial is justly re- 
ferred to as a necessary measure to check 
the feeling that some secession Democratic 
demagogues are getting up against the 
Xew Fngland States. To counteract 
such feeling, and help bind the K.ist and 
^Vest more closely by the tiud of comnier- 
eial brotherhood, if for no other reason, 
Gov. Yates would enlargethe Illinois and 
Michigan canal. 

Oa the subject of the prosecution of the 
war, he ii where he ever was — for the 
thorough and complete snlijugation of the 
rebels. He believes his country demands 
thj sacrifice of any ami every material 
interest that standc in the way ol its ul- 
timate salvation. 

On thu proclamation, ho iii with the 
Prciiidttnt, heart and soul. He goe« into 



Indiniing tl e three month.s' vulnnteers. 
I'enr.-ylvania has fnrni-in'd the (loverii- 
ment more than J(t(»,(M):j men shiee l!ie 
Ireaki.'.ir out ol the lebdliLtti, besi.les 
some ,"(l,rnl'.» wlio are in tl.e s.'rvire. or 
aetn.dly ready i..rit, as volunteer miiit!;t, 
iiiider the cull of the 11th (1 September 
bisl, making in I lie aggre:iafe more titan 
l'.",(t,(iiii» I'.ie 1 rennsvlvaiiia h.is sent to the 
ser\i"e. 

lie says necessary steps shoiiLl ioith- 
wlth be commenced to amen 1 the CDnsti- 
iutlim so as to ^.dve t!ie ri-ht (if suflVage 
10 citizens v.hu are thus exilid^d. 

lie :ilso ,v;iys tluit the peojib? of Penn- 
.sylvania leel that on llie pres'-rvation ol 
the I men and tla' stnipressiuii ol this 
mo-i cansi'|.,'.-s and wiekcl r.I"llion tle- 
pund the honor, inlere.sl and future wel- 
fare ot the eonnnonweallii. 'J'hey will 
ii.'ver toh-r.i'e selu'ine-- tl>r deslrinin"- the 
lioveinmi'iil of tin- L'nited States, or for 
forming,' other coiiieder.n':.,'. , or any other 
seln'ines for creating conliision and end- 
ing in comfort in ; traiii-r.- in arms ii^.-.Inst 
their conn' ry. 

'i'lie ."Stat-.' (..f IVnn.sylaiiia l:as fnrni. lud 
more men for tlie dei'-n-e of onr iu.stitt> 
tiuiis, and hi.-t mure by tl l- c;!sn:dti( s ol 
war, il;an any olli r Stale, tier peojtli 
inter.d. by the Mes.-ings if Cod, that th s 
rebeilion sL;dl be suppressed, and will 
not be tnrni'd from their purpose bv t!i>' 
wiles of masked enemi'--. or the v:iM'iiJ:i- 
tioii ollet-ble mlml . Oil the eontrarv, 
the)- will, as is tlteir right, imiist that coiii- 
pet'.ncy, integrity, iniellet t, earnestness 
and vi'^fir sl..';ii be empl.iye.i in iia- public 
service to preserve the Covi.rnmeiil and 
mui.itain tl.e unity of the eunniiy. 

(^ I'AT]': 1 1 1' :,: ; :\ x ksi )r a, ( -t )i: >. r v 

KJ iH KAM.sl.V— Msi i;i! 1 col itV -oi.C- 

o.Mj .Kill. ;ai, Di- 1i;.ci. 

■fliaildiiH ::. l'itlc)i*'r. I'laintifl", t.^riiiis: l.'ci'r-^ 
K. ii'm-'il an I .laa • I", f.'rn';!, !.i:; v. ii'-, \S il:iaui 
11. Ii'aii.iai! a. It! .Natiiau Sj.'cr, i'.'b-iidaiit-;. 

In jiarsnanci' anti by viitiu. of :; jiiil;iin"iit am'i 
d.'cn 1' <:i' !'o''rc!^i.--iiri' ami sal.., mad- iu ihc abov. 
I'aMiIrd aciitia Oi: III'. L'j;h liav i.'f Ociolwr, A. 11. 
1-i'v, iiy 111.' Iiiii'ricl Cofrt of lie' Si'i:..jid .liuli'.i.i: 
Ifli^lii.'t, of til. St:;t.' of .Mi'iia-.-oia. la.' s.ib-cri- 
l.-a-, .'-^iii'rili' i.f sai.l Kainsey Coaa:y,duly i.j.iioint- 
• ';i b_\ -ai.i Ci.:;r; to exicu!'* said jnti.irinriii am 
liecii'.', will ^.'I1 jit jnib:!!' amtioii to ilri' hi-l!".-:; 
I.'idtii'r, i'tir <".'.sii, ra ibe front il". or oi' the « rur 
ll.iii.-i'. in lb ' ciiy iif St. Pa-al, in "-tiid Coini'v e 
l!a.ii-t'y,oii llii''.';tii .lay of i^i'i-i'mbor, .\. |i. f-.1-:, 
r.: I'livi ll o'clock i 1 tho foie.i.ion of l!i:U ilai , tb- 
foHowiic'ib'-ciibed •M'cmi-t's a;id real e-tati'i w 1:1; 
tin' iip;>aiii'iauic,'s, i i,; : 

■f h.> t' Ci'i tain jiii'.'.'.-. pnrc.'I- or lots of latnl sit 
awie, l.iiii!: ai:i'. bi.;i.;» iu thi' Cminty ct I'ani.-i'v 
;"id ?:alc of .'Vliniii'-ola, de-crifieii iis follow.-, io 
wil : coniniciiciiiijai a stako on the s.nitii .-iiio o: 
I'ilih stvi'.'t I'lH'rii'i-a (II) lin-t Wfstward from tin 
iioillii'a>t eon.ir tiMot livi- ("1} iu ijimiv .-I'Vfit.'i'i, 
;ir), ia th.' low n .^aow ci:y/ of S|. I'.m;, riiiiiiiav 
lie uci' -'.lutliw.ii'i! at risJit aie.-Ii'-; tolLi-.-aid lilii 
-tr.'i't, on.. iKni.U'i'd a. id lifry (;.",); l.Tt, tia'ucf 
e.i-iv.ard iilon;r liie .-oalli li'ai' of lo!.- four am; 
li\i' ill -aid I Kick M-vi'iite-u (!;,, thirtv-i-ifiht I've! 
and .-ix i'.iclii'i, to t'j.. mid!!.' of I.ii' foitr ( 1} in 
'..lid block, thi-ttt'.' u irilnvur.l | ai-allel to ilio i:r-: 
III 'iniotii'i!, dill' lint:'.!:, ll iimi l'l:y (i.V.O fi'.-t ti- 
liflli str.'i':, la.'ii'i' wi-:na!d alon.^ l-'ifth street 
l!iirly-ii;.hl f.'.'t «ilid si': iiiolii's tii ibo i»iaci» oi 
ii.'p'ianiie.s :>i'ia;.j i.Kriy-. 5;r'!t f'l'i am! -iix iiu-lii'- 
I'.iiiit and rear, iiad one ii.iidie.l and tifly l'.'.-; 
d,'i'p:foiir f'i'l ami six .':•.! :;i'.. off tiio t-a-t" sid. 
from I'r.iit to r-ar .'riholo! I. ■iti;;ac..iii:aon a'!ev. 

AlsD, I'.r liuaieiT two (•,') ia .-..'Cti la miia;it''i 
ttei'.. e'l; tow ii'liip inniibir toirly (:lo) raa;;.' leiin 
b.>r t m-nly-tw.) (■.'.'}, conniiiiiii;,' l-"» f'-Vii.oacrts. 

Al-o, (Ii ;; c.'rt.iin 1 !•'!•', jvui-t'l or ti-cl of I'lii-' 
s'tieil.., liiii'^ HI. a beii:^ in '.li.. t ounty of Anoka, 
ami .stale of .^!imi.'.-.ita. i!'S!'ri'..'ti ii>" l.alows, to 
wil : Til. .-oaili !i:df .f ',]:<• i.ortliWi.-i fj'iar'tiT ol 
-t'l'ii.oi maiibir tv.eai ■-.'-i.x {■:•'>} lowr.^iiip nuinbi'i 
iliirty-twn (:;i) ran;e iia'.nb t twenty-two (.'JJX 
cont.iinin;;; i'i;;l!ty aci't.'-' of l.iiid. 

Al.-o, ti:.' follow iii^' pii'Ci'S or parcels of l3iiv' 
lun;;:n;d biiii/r in iae C.auilv of Wavliin-ton. 
and .~-lan' of .\iiiiiii<sol:i, df.^ciibed a- I'ollow.-, ti^i 
wil : Lot liiiinbi'r one (1) of .-i-clion iiunibfr cii^li- 
ti'i'ii (l-i. and 1 i|n luiinbi'rs |i\i' ami .-ix (.'. aiui ii 
of .-i".'iion leiiiib.'r .Tvouti . 11 (i;}, all in totvn-!iii. 
nuinbir tliii't -iwj (::■.•) iiomIi 01 raiis" nambi'i 
iwi'iify-oiii' (.'!) w.'.-t, coiiiaininj; ;•.: »')-:ooacre.- 
of hu'.il. 

L'aietl, St. r.inl, Xovenib.r Itth, ISi'..'. 

DAXIKL A. i:<i!!i;i;t.s.»n-, 

th novl':'-i;w Shoriif of llaiii.-.v ( onntv. 

Hi:xi;v H.\i.i:, riainiiifc Attornev. 



On tbi' uioniin-? of Friday, t'i<' Hih insi., au 
ON'i'MtCO.AT. Till' ovv HIT can have it bv proviiix 
projii .-ly and piyingfor this adverliicment. Ap 
(.:.. at thi.s oi'ic... janll-lw 

P K N A U F T , 

(Corner of Seventh and Olive streets,) 

HA<« IX AimiTM.X TO UlS XEW & IVIA. STOCK OF 

Oi*oc»o:i-sos» «& r»i*ovisioiis, 

A coniplcle a.ssortment of 
QUlX.Ni^nAilE, LAMl'S, &c. 

All of vrhicii will be sold at tin; lowest possible 

'"■'"XFVv' i'LATFOU.M SCALES, 

tir F:::i'''aii\j' he.st m;ik<', alwavn correct and 
rt'idyi'-r n<". Tlio e who hav-'llay, tirainol 
Liv.. Slock for ?a!'.) ccn save ni-nov bv L'i'ttiii)? it 
•«.»lplirtl. •prll»--feb-.2ti: ly. 



■JOHN A. STEES, 

COIiNl'-.ll Tlllllb & MIXNKSOrA STrtKFT.S 

,v7'. /•.;'■/., .u/x. 

.•-'nin r.i^.'nt for Mefiliic Hur'.alt'ases.and Casket* 
'iiii.'Sl.'ifvly. 

TvriCIlIGAN CFNTILVL KAU.- 
-i^T J. ]:< IAD. 

Oi'osit Oeiiti'iil Route 

?.-.-/ iLiii j:^i;:!:^3afc? I^SCTTS^-* ti^^::!^aH' 

To New York, Xew England and the 

Canadas. 

On aie! alTtcr .Sl'NDA Y, Nov. r:, lSf,2, trains will 
loavi' till' (iifat Central L'liiou Depot, fool of Lake 
strei't as follow s : 

ii.'iit u. iM.— iiay I'xja-i'SH (Kxcupt .Sundays) 
:',rrivi'.< :it I'i'troit a! .'>.'''> r. J!., 
."••i-'ia'a.-ion iirid;re lit •-'•..'.i.\. .M., 
Al'-aiiy, •J.::j v. .m., Nfw ^ork. 
.•• . ." I'.' .M., Itoiiton, 11 :;;> i*. m. 

O.-ii p. Ml. — >.i'.?ht I' xpri"!- (Kxcejit SatP-nlays) 
."^rT'ivi'.s at Oetroit at li.l.'i .\. if., 
S!!.-pt':isioii I'.ridfet.', l.;')'* 1*. .•.;., Al- 
bany, i> :!o A. M.. New York, 11. ij 
.\. ?.i., Itostoii, :j.'.;(i 1'. y, 

Cincinnati t.-.dip.'', \in 31. C. Itailroad, b'svi' 
< '!iic:!;7.i at li.::.) A. .v.. Mail 't';-aiii : ti.li e. M. Fust 
;.\uri'.-s. Ariivc in Ciiii'iifTO at io.'C. a. >l., Fast 
K\;ir('. .-•, and io.la 1\ .M. Xii;iit Mali 'I'rain. 

'M><it'.-I,'"i I'. >;.ti:'.in b'avintjChica.'torun.j through 
!o Cinchiuaii wilhout chaiiir.' of <ars or ba;;};'.'ge. 

ItLTTAN'.^ r.iTl'Nf Vi:.\TILATOIl.S 

< Ml Cars of Day F.\pre.-s Trains. 

I'u'.i.it Sh-"j>in(j Cd.ift <,n Ni>jJil Trains. 

lia-^^w^v C'li«'cUt'<l 'rkroH;rIi. 

/ 7~'i: !'oi!;.:li ticket.- f.T sal.' in all Frincipal 
itaf. road Office- iu the Wisi.at tlii'.ieni'ialOiUcc. 
i-o;ai'" l.ai.i' ami D.-arbirn Klit'cl.s, (under tlie 
rri'iaoni Hoiisi-.) Cmcafro, ami at the D.-not. 

U. N. l.'iC'K, (i.'neral .Superiuteudent. 
I. ^V..SM!■J■ll, Western Fasiseiiger Ag'nt. jan:: 



A M 1 X 1: 



1: A X K 



>ii;aai.jed iiialer I'l' Ocnornl lianking latw of 
Miiiiii'sot:,. 

•.i;.Tn:!;r:LL,Cashi.-r. C. K.WELL.s.rr.-.'t. 
tt^Ollici' iu Coaltor'ti Ulock, Jacksoti Struct, 
cl.JVel. dcclG-;}ni 





J^J^KW goods:- XEW GOODS 

-T u s T n !■: c E I r E d. 
DRY G0OD:S AT GRE.Vl' BARGAINS, 

Splendid chance to purchase Holiday I'rci. nt* at 

S3JITH &, TAYLOR'S, 

" dieui> OaNli ^tovc.^''^ 

THIltD bTJtFKT. XKXT DOOH TO TlIK X. W. 

KXl'ltlvS.S OFFICE, 

We have on li.md a choice lot of 

BALMORAL SKIRTS, 

the cheapest in the market. 
SOXTAGS, NUBIAS, HOOD.S AND .SCAUF.'J, 

111 great variety of styles and color-.. 

OUR STOCK OF DRESS GOODS 

Is unefpialiedinthiscily, cou^istingin part of 

Sr IK SI) 11) ritK.KCn MKi:i\OK^, 

of the best make, Iu all colors. 

ALL WOOL REPS. 

PLAIN AND FU;l UED I NlOX IJKIV. 

riaiii and Fig-jredDilaiues, 3Iottled Cloths, Em- 
press Cloth.s, Valencia I'lalds, Lc, ic. 

IJi'sides a larg.' variety low prict.'d I)re« Goods. 

Also choic patttrns of Flannel >)lieetisigs. 

All kind!) of While and Colon-d 

F" r. A INT IST K T^ , 

Great IJarffaiiis in Bleachetl and Brown COTTONS 
and all kinds of Domestic Itood-SjIIortiery, 

Glovei*, Ladies' and Centloinen'i 

Wnipi^rs and Drawers, Hoop Skirts, ('or-'eH, te. 

.Vll of whi:'!! v.e will .<e]! 

for cash at figures to .suit the closest buyer*. 

e^- Call and examine for yourselve.", at 

"The Cheap Cash Stoi«e " 
S^UTIi & TAYLOR, 

«h'i -0 ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA. 

J o Ills A*.~s tT: Frs^^ 

MAXCFACTC:-.!:!: -AXD liEAI.K.". IN 

Furniture and Cabinet Ware, 

Of every variety of style and pattern. 

corxi:k3i> Axn mixxksota st.s., .saixt paui. 

Al! kinds of lumber taken iu t:atl-.». 
i3i!.'>d«vvly 



N" 



TICE OF DISSOLUTIOX. 



Tiie (Inn of Cooley, Towt-r & t.'o.. Saint I'anI, li 
dissolv.d by mutual consent. M. C. Coolt y ha. - 
inp pmchas.'d theintcri'st of(i. F. Jfc It. E. Tower, 
till' bii.-iiu'r^s will bi' roatinued, as liert- tofore, un- 
di'r the iiami' and stylo of < ooley. Carver & Co., 
wlioHssuine all the' liabilities and adj.a>t all thu 
nusettied busiueiis of iliv latt- liiiii. 

-MAItTlX C. «'4)OLEY, 
OKOittii: V. TOWKK, 
ItLFLS K. TOWKU. 
Saint Paul, D«ceinli'r 1st, ih.jj. 



/''^OLOXELS AXl) I'UlVATEtS, 
^^;^jors and Sori>'eaut.«'*, 

And all other 

^EILITARV MKX. 

win find ut 

K I LP A TilKJ K\S, 

Tim l^cat assorttueut ot 

MILITARY BOOTS, 

At very I'nv prlc,>«. 



¥\u. galf:xs private DISrEX- 

i-> SAltY. 

.V.i»\l>XtMl5c»ttl:ixi4l!*iiii*«>-ieal 
Ollico. 

r.-IAl!LISHKD IN ST. 

PACL, .lull.'. Isii'..', f.jr the 

care of ibe I'.illowing coni- 

]il.iin!r : Ciinoxii' AXt> I'lli- 

vari DisHAsi:s, incIudiiiL' 

tilt' VFXKi;i:AL IrlSEAS- 

K.S inall i!s form-, stricture, 

^ I'ik'S, Fi-tula, L'liptun-, Dis- 

"~" ea.'^es ot ;lie Kidneys, liiad- 

iter, &('. I'll Y.if.Nii Mk.x, 

1 articular attention given 

to tlie secret inlirinitios of 

youth and manhood arising 

iroia ci'i'lain secret liabit.s. 

Minni.K Ai;i':i> and even 

Ol.n Mi:x, who ie.l a debiltiy in advance of tiieir 

years rt'Stor-.'il to vi'/or. 

r.> iiii'; l..vi)ir.s — l''enia!eI):.soascsc',ir«^d, such 
:i'S 1-1 aorriji-a, Menstrual Diseases, Faliiug t>f 
ihe Vv'oii.a, Vicoralion oi tin' O.s fieri, &c. For/ 
■ali',l>r.l>.'\vi'i's I'i >i A i.!:l"ii,i,s for obstructions, 
iiri'gaiari!ies,.Xc. Safe ami ee!t;iin at ail limes, 
bat >lioidil not )>•' n-id .luring la-egnancy, as they 
wonh! pro'lsic :' M'i.<c<irrhuii\ I'rico .s^l jut box, 
:'.nd Ki'.iy 111' sent by mail. ANo, Dn. O.M.nx's 
ri:i:\ i:'sTi> 1:, lor ilio-e wi-hing to limit t!ieir 
oll'-iniiig, will I'.i.-t a life lime, aiitt warraiitid to 
not iiijiiie ihe li.'i'.lth. Price ?;■,;, and may be sent 
!)v ni.iil. 

■1'AIII:N'IS at a DISTANCK— Treated bv 
I'orii sjiondt'iict., :nd Jl.'dicincs sent un.Ier sea'l 
!0 car.' any case at lioin.'. 

N. iJ. — For